• 3rd Apr 2024
  • 7:30pm
  • £10.00

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Meet the Booming Lovelies! A poetic Tour de Force!

“FUN, UPLIFTING and NOSTALGIC (even my husband enjoyed it)”

 Fresh from their performance at the Guildford Fringe last July, these ladies of a certain age are unafraid to share their wealth of life experience with anyone brave enough to listen and curious to hear. 

 Late Boomers Trisha Broomfield, Sharron Green and Heather Moulson are poetically primed and eager to charm with verses on everything from nostalgia for the last century, to lost loves, the menopause and the joys and complexities of modern life. 

 All welcome – there’s something for everyone – so relax and enjoy a wonderful performance!

 There will be opportunities to purchase souvenirs of their work after the show.

More praise for Meet the Booming Lovelies

 “Poignant, charming (in the best sense of the word) and laugh out loud funny!

A real triumph indeed”

“Transported back to my youth by three very individual reminiscences from the baby boomer era. And a hilarious account of the joys of middle age”

“The performances delivered by this beguiling, talented and hilarious trio were spot-on … come along and enjoy an enchanting glimpse of how it used to be!”  

 About the Booming Lovelies

Trisha Broomfield writes poetry and short stories. Her pamphlets The Equator and Other Disappointments, Husbands for Breakfast and When Peter Sellers Came to Tea were published by Dempsey and Windle. Her latest, My Acrostic Mother, is due out in the Spring. Her look-back poems blend humour and pathos and several have been featured on BBC Upload Radio Surrey and on the Poetry Worth Hearing podcast. Her poems appear regularly in Cranleigh Magazine and also on FaceBook: Trisha Broomfield Poetry and Instagram: @magentapink22

Sharron Green shares her wry sense of humour in rhymes about everyday life and nostalgia. She has published Introducing Rhymes_n_Roses and Viral Odes.  Willing Words, an ode to rhyming poetry, is out early this year. In 2023 she was a Head Writer for the Surrey New Writers Festival. Sharron hosts monthly poetry open mics in Guildford at Solar Sisters café and with Write out Loud at the new Fiery Bird Venue in Woking. You can find her @rhymes_n_roses on social media and https://rhymesnroses.com/

Heather Moulson has been writing poetry since 2017. She has performed extensively in London, particularly Celine’s Salon and Soho Poets, and Guildford and Woking. Her debut pamphlet Bunty, I Miss You was published in 2019. Heather won the Brian Dempsey Memorial Award in 2020. Heather also writes reviews and runs a website www.heathermoulsonpoet.com , and obsessively sketches her black cat.


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