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Anne Gildea’s 'How To Get The Menopause And Enjoy It' Goes on Tour

Following the sell-out success of her Dublin launch, Anne Gildea now takes her hilarious show ‘How To Get The Menopause And Enjoy It’ nationwide. This is a fabulous, informative, laugh-out-loud, trip through all things Menopause. Anne brings her keen comedic skills to this topic that affects 51% of the population yet is still treated like a mystery.

What is it? Why does it happen? How come it barely bothers some women and shakes others to the core? Why is it named after men? Why didn’t our mammies warn us about it? Is there anything you can do about it? And why oh why is so little known about this inevitable phase of lady-life? Anne answers all these questions and more, as she brings TMI to a whole new level.

Audience feedback:

“Billy Connolly meets The Vagina Monologues.”

“Such a fab show, the stuff around the taboos of our era brought back memories. As my daughter's friend chatted away unselfconsciously yesterday about the wonder of 'period pants', it reminded me how far we've come from the days of Sister Shush!”

“I enjoyed it so much I went a second time and brought the husband. He had tears streaming down his face with laughter. And he learned a thing or three. Go everyone when you can. And bring all the men and women in your life too. They’ll love it.”

‘This is the funniest, most honest and real show I have ever been to! Every woman should see it for really good information on menopause and to have genuine belly laughs! … I will go again!’



Kilkenny: Cleeres, July 8th

Waterford: Gealach Gorm Theatre @ Kill CC, July 21st

North Cork: CC Donoughmore, July 22nd

Dundalk: Spirit Store, July 29th


Waterford: Theatre Royal, August 26th


Naas: Moat Theatre, September 9th

Sligo: Hawk's Well, September 10th

Thurles: The Source Arts Centre, September 17th

The Naul Village, Dublin: Seamus Ennis Theatre, September 23rd

Listowel: St. John's, September 29th

Newbridge: Riverbank Theatre Sept 30th


Dundrum: The Mill Theatre, Oct 1st

Castlebar: Linenhall, Oct 8th

Wicklow: The Courthouse Tinahely, Oct 14th

Portlaoise: PJ Kavanaghs Bar, Oct 21st


Meath: Venue Theatre, Ratoath, Nov 5th

Killmalock: Friars Gate Theatre, Nov 11th

Limerick: Belltable Theatre, Nov 12th

Blanchardstown: Draiocht, Nov 19th

Ballina: Arts Centre, Nov 25th

Roscommon: Arts Centre, Nov 26th


Dublin: Viking Theatre Clontarf, Dec 5th – 17th

Anne Gildea is a founder member of comedy ‘super-group’ The Nualas and a well-known comedienne and writer. Most recently, her memoir, I’ve got Cancer. What’s Your Excuse? inspired the feature film The Bright Side which premiered in cinemas last year and is now streaming on Amazon Prime. 'How to Get The Menopause and Enjoy It!' is Anne's most ambitious project to date.

See for more.

Slán go fóill.


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