Putting polish on a dirty job

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After a sell-out UK tour in 2014, Dirty Dusting sweeps back onto the stage arriving at the Victoria Theatre, Halifax on Sunday May 29 (7:30pm).

This is an hilarious story of three cleaning ladies about to be “put out to pasture” by their over zealous office manager Dave, and who start a telephone sex line operation to boost their falling incomes.

If they can keep it a secret; Gladys, Elsie and Olive could be on to a winner! Needless to say……things don’t go entirely according to plan.

This heart-warming and feel-good comedy will have you rolling in the aisles, and smiling every time you answer the phone!

Written by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood, this production is directed by Leah Bell, who injects this hilarious play with a fresh and lively approach coupled with her own unique style.

The show stars Crissy Rock (of Benidorm and I’m A Celebrity fame), Leah Bell, Dolores Poretta Brown and Andrew Green, in a show that’s been described as “a must-see”, “…an excellent comedy” and a “great show…still wiping away the tears of laughter!”.

Tickets for this show are still available, and range from £22 - £23.10. Purchase tickets online, www.victoriatheatre.co.uk, or by calling the Box Office on 01422 351158.

lMeanwhile if it’s stand-up laughs you are after take a trip up the valley to the GoldenLion in Todmorden this Sunday, May 22) when the latest comedy club event takes place (event starts at 7pm).

Guests for this gig include Sam Potter, Neale Long, Graham Smyth, Eddy Dibs, Mark Whalley, Dotty Winters, Dawn Rigby, Rob Mitchell (who was runner up in the Liverpool Hotwater Comedy New Act) and Dave Austin.

And for those of you brave enough there are also a few slots for Open Mic humourous poems and songs.

To find out more go to http://goldenlion.info/golden-lion-todmorden-events-gigs