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Andrea McLean

Confessions of a Menopausal Woman

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ebp is delighted to announce that author and presenter Andrea McLean will embark on her debut tour of the UK, Confessions of a Menopausal Woman in Summer 2019. The tour will take in an initial seven dates across the UK, beginning at the Chipping Norton Theatre on Thursday 2nd May 2019 and concluding at the Camberley Theatre on Friday 21st June 2019.

Following the success of her best-selling book, the Confessions of a Menopausal Woman tour will see Andrea discuss stories of menopausal meltdowns, tell salacious secrets and give take-away tit-bits that every woman needs to hear. Andrea will show audiences that whilst being menopausal can be tough, it takes more than sweaty sanitary towels under the armpits to keep this hot woman down.

Andrea McLean said: “I’m so excited to be bringing you hilarious confessions that have been tipsily recounted in ladies loos, heart-felt discussions with couples in the street and heart-breaking messages from women across the country, all revealing what the menopause means to them. There will be laughter, honesty, over-sharing and some brilliant top-tips from my latest book ‘Confessions of a Menopausal Woman’. For women of every age - my ‘Confessions’ tour is a must-see for mums and daughters everywhere.”

Author and presenter Andrea McLean has hosted ITV’s multi-award-winning live daytime chat show Loose Women for 11 years. She has previously spent more than a decade with the also multi-award-winning breakfast show GMTV, starting as a weather presenter, before becoming part of their core team of hosts. Andrea has covered live events and co-hosted the flagship show with regulars Eamonn Holmes and Ben Shephard, as well as standing in for Lorraine Kelly.

Andrea’s book Confessions of a Menopausal Woman (Everything You Need To Know But Are Too Afraid To Ask) was released in June 2018, and in 2012 Andrea’s autobiography Confessions of a Good Girl spent two weeks at No.1 in the Sunday Times Bestseller list.

@andrea_mclean |www.thisgirlisonfire.co.uk | @ebplondon | www.ebpuk.com

Tickets go on pre-sale via www.ticketmaster.co.uk on Thursday 21st March 2019 and general sale on Friday 22nd March 2019 at www.thisgirlisonfire.co.uk

Listings:

02/05/19 CHIPPING NORTON THEATRE www.chippingnortontheatre.com

11/05/19 BIRMINGHAM, OLD REP THEATRE www.oldreptheatre.co.uk

06/06/19 NEWBURY, CORN EXCHANGE www.cornexchangenew.com

07/06/19 LEAMINGTON SPA, ROYAL SPA CENTRE www.warwickdc.gov.uk

09/06/19 HORSHAM, THE CAPITOL www.thecapitolhorsham.com

20/06/19 KETTERING, LIGHTHOUSE www.lighthousetheatre.co.uk

21/06/19 CAMBERLEY THEATRE www.www.camberleytheatre.co.uk

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