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Rumpy Pumpy archiveBased on the true story of two nice ladies from the Hampshire WI, Jean Johnson and Shirley Landels, who set out on a campaign for the decriminalisation of prostitution and to improve conditions for working girls. As the conflicting worlds of Women's Institute members and working girls collide for tea and crumpets, comedy and chaos ensues in this very British musical comedy. Jean Johnson and Shirley Landels are contacted by brash brothel Madame, Holly Spencer, who claims to have the "perfect brothel" that they are looking for - a health and safety checked brothel that the police and town Councillors are aware of, "they're our best customers". Travelling to Amsterdam and to the Bunny Farm Brothel in Nevada, Jean and Shirley are universally unimpressed by working conditions. When they finally do find the "perfect brothel" in New Zealand, stripped of pimps, crime or Madames, they decide to head home and set up their own mobile brothel on the streets of Winchester to change people's hearts and minds.


Linda Nolan (Madame Holly Spencer), Louise Jameson (Jean Johnson), Craig Armstrong, Basienka Blake, Liberty Buckland, Claudia Cadette, James Charlton, Tricia Deighton, Sally Frith, Alex Roots, Scarlet Wilderink


Author: Barbara Jane Mackie
Music(s): Barbara Jane Mackie, Steve Parker (musical arrangement)
Company: Tea and Crumpets Productions
Director: Simon Greiff
Musical Director: Paul Smith
Design: Gregor Donnelly
Choreographer: Carly Hainsby
Lighting: Will Brann

Rumpy Pumpy

Rumpy Pumpy (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01450273897. Details of all Rumpy Pumpy archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S795281748

Archive Listings

14 Nov 16
19 Nov 16
Union Theatre
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
1 Nov 16
5 Nov 16
Theatre Royal Windsor
Windsor, Berkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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