At Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St, Raglan. Upstairs in Whare Tapere

Sunday 27th November 4.30 p.m. Entry $20.

What does a children’s performer do when a pandemic gets in the way? She reinvents herself as an entertainer for grownups and writes her own one-woman comedy.

A ‘tongue in cheek’ look at life through the years, written and performed on stage by experienced actor and author Judi Billcliff, known for her humorous poetry. From the heady heights of young love, to the challenges of romance as mature women, it’s a real, genuine and at times saucy comedy about life, and the ageing process. Libido issues to menopause and mammograms, looking back at how our lives used to be before gravity took hold. Nothing is sacred. Ably supported by the talented muso Helen Stewart, it’s guaranteed to make you chuckle.

Age doesn’t have to be a barrier to getting out there and following your dreams.

Mature audiences: Not suitable for children.

Date:                          Sunday 27th November 4.30 p.m.

Tickets:                      From

                                     Limited door sales
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