Drunk Women Solving Crime


61 DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: Andrea Hubert

Season 1, Ep. 61

This episode has more than a whiff of summer about it, as it was recorded one balmy July evening during the Ventnor Fringe, which prompted comedian Andrea Hubert to get on a ferry to help solve a crime - and confess to one of her own, which resulted in a ASBO.

The gang pop a few proseccos and then dissect the misdemeanours of the leaders of a so-called religious cult in Mexico.

And this week's audience crime is provided by someone very familiar to one member of the group, although it doesn't sound like they need any help in solving crimes!

See the Drunk Women live during Autumn 2019:

Soho Theatre, London - 17th & 18th Oct

Pound Arts Centre, Corsham - 31st Oct

Salford Lowry - 22nd Nov.

For tickets and full details go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com/live

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