Some hormonal housewives

Hormonal Housewives.
Hormonal Housewives.

Following 2012’s incredibly popular show at The Hawth, the irrepressible Hormonal Housewives are back and return to Crawley this spring.

The show for all the women out there whose man more James May than Christian Grey, Hormonal Housewives is a hilarious comedy written by husband and wife team Julie Coombe and John McIsaac.

Following on from their hugely successful 2012 tour, The Hormonal Housewives are back with hilarious all-new sketches, as well as all the very best bits from last time round, covering everything that makes today’s woman tick (or ticked off) - from the joys of teenagers, to the challenge of IKEA, the madness of holiday reps and the insanity of DIY. 
A side-splitting evening – what they can’t teach you about modern womanhood isn’t worth knowing!

With previous Hormonal Housewives including Margi Clark and Carol Smillie, this year, the ladies are led by British pop icon Toyah Willcox and writer Julie Coombe. 
From punk princess to high priestess of TV, Toyah is a uniquely gifted performer.

Charismatic, outspoken and impossible to categorise, she is one of Britain’s iconic household names – an award-winning rock legend as well as a much-loved actress and music composer. 
In a career spanning thirty years Toyah has had thirteen top 40 singles, recorded twenty albums, written two books, appeared in over forty stage plays, made ten feature films and presented television programmes as diverse as The Good Sex Guide Late, Watchdog and Songs Of Praise.

Anyone who caught last year’s tour will need no introduction to Hormonal Housewives hilarious writer and star – Julie Coombes. Since graduating in 1992 Julie has enjoyed a varied career in theatre, radio and television in productions

ranging from Shakespeare to new writing to pantomime. Julie has also been a regular at Scotland’s number one comedy venue, The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh, for the past ten years. She and her husband, John, run a monthly new comedy writing night there called ‘Melting Pot,’ which offers a platform to aspiring authors.

Tickets: £20 (Groups of 10 or more: £17)

To book please call The Hawth Box Office on 01293 553636 or book online at