“It’s not you, it’s me”. With this classic line, hearts have been broken across the globe. In this riotous performance, commissioned specially for Bradford Literature Festival, a group of funny women share their experiences of breaking up and being broken up with and how we can come through to the other side with style, grace and, very occasionally, a whole lot of embarrassment.
Join Maggie Whitehouse, minister, BBC radio presenter, comedian and author – she’s been dumped by eight men including two husbands and several TV personalities; Wendy Wason, a comedian and actress who has toured her one-woman show nationwide and Allyson June Smith, whose bold comedy has conquered Canada and who regularly tours the UK with Stewart Francis and Jason Manford.
This fantastic comic insight into the truth behind the breakups has been put together by writer, comic and broadcaster, Rosie Wilby, author of Is Monogamy Dead?: Rethinking Relationships in the 21st Century. From the most devastating breakup to the conscious uncoupling, Rosie and her guests will have you laughing through the pain.