170 DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: With Felicity Ward
The Drunk Women are here again and this episode is hot off the press of their double show at The Leicester Square theatre only last week (at the time of release - obvs). As this was recorded at the start of December, the vibe is very much that of an office Christmas party, mainly because of Hannah's outfit. Someone who didn't get the Christmas memo though was the first guest of the evening, the wonderful comedian, writer, and actor, Felicity Ward!
Felicity's outfit AND crime take us back to beachside Australia of the 1990s - a welcome break for us all before our main case brings on the debate of when the Bikini was invented** and this week's audience crime will have us all wondering if the perp had a gun in his pocket, or was he just pleased to see her?
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**FYI, the heckler was WRONG... they did exist as a two-piece in the 1930s, but they weren't referred to as Bikinis until 1946 when the name was used to commemorate the nuclear tests carried out on the Pacific island of Bikini Atoll.
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