an evening with Virgina Ironside

14th April 2016


When an agony aunt reaches sixty, she can lie like a trooper, jump off a bridge – or take to the stage.

In a one-woman show directed by the Young One’s Nigel Planer, Virginia Ironside explains that unlimited free drugs, boring for Britain, fun funerals, grandchildren and sex – or, even better, no sex – make the sixties the best – and funniest – time of your life…”

‘It’s the first, and probably the last, time you’ll ever hear a colostomy-bag showstopper or a glucosamine sulphate-related heckle.’ The Independent

‘This doyenne of Fleet Street delivers her observations with precision, style and wit. Her writing is beautiful, funny, sensible and smart – and her show… is an absolute delight.’

The Scotsman

£10 per ticket
including an arrival drink

clubroom bar open from 6.30 pm; talk starts promptly at 7pm
followed by a Q&A with Virginia Ironside
to book call 01749 814070

meantime curated by Emma Craigie