Three women and one New Man offer stories, confessions, jokes, songs and music about the miseries and joys of being a woman in the 1990s. With plenty of opportunities for audiences to join in – voting on the merits of new outfits to wear, or learning to speak ‘espadrille’, the new non-sexist language – this cabaret takes a humorous and poignant look at the choices confronting women.
‘Three female performers and one token New Man grapple with… post-feminism, sex, food, fashion, body image, motherhood, menstruation, role models and much, much more.’
This Is London Jan 1993
‘The very talented quartet provided an engaging non-stop 90 minutes, making points without stridency and, more important, giving a lot of pleasure.’
Bill Stone Plymouth Evening Herald Jan 1993