MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL 2 to tour the UK & Ireland

Following multiple sell out UK and Irish Tours with the original “ultimate girls’ night out”, Menopause the Musical® will embark on a UK and Irish nationwide tour in Spring 2022 with the brand-new Cruising Through Menopause.

The hysterical sequel to the original smash-hit show fast forwards five years to catch up with the same four characters as they set sail on the high seas. Menopause the Musical® 2: Cruising Through Menopause is a funny, heartfelt, reassuring and unflinching look at the joys of friendship, and of course the menopause.

The cast is headed by the fabulously funny Crissy Rock (Janey York in ITV’s smash hit Benidorm, BBC One’s MasterChef and MasterChef Christmas Special 2020), Rebecca Wheatley (Casualty), Nicki French (Eurovision Song Contest) and Susie Fenwick (Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, West End). Filled with hilarious parody songs about hot flushes, memory loss and aging disgracefully, this is a must-see comedy for 2022. For our four ladies the menopause is not the beginning of the end, but the beginning of a new life where love conquers all and friends are everything.

Menopause the Musical premiered on March 28, 2001 in Orlando, Florida, in a 76-seat theatre that once housed a perfume shop. The cast of four women shopping for lingerie at a Bloomingdale’s sale, sang 25 songs about chocolate cravings, hot flushes, loss of memory, nocturnal sweats, and sexual predicaments. The lyrics parodied popular music from the baby boomer era, with notable numbers “Stayin’ Awake” and “Puff, My God I’m Draggin’.”

This remarkable success inspired the creative team to revisit the fan’s favourite four ladies and create Menopause The Musical 2. Although a sequel, the show stands alone and can be enjoyed by both fans of the original or those new to the Menopause club. The show premiered in 2020 but was closed by lockdown after only a few performances. The reviews were however outstanding, and a very loyal audience has been patiently waiting for the tour to get back on the road.


15-16 Feb-22 Stafford Gatehouse, Stafford
17-Feb-22 Winding Wheel, Chesterfield
18-Feb-22 Rhyl Pavilion Theatre
19-Feb-22 De Montfort Hall, Leicester
20-Feb-22 The Concert Hall, Stevenage
22-Feb-22 Malvern Theatre, Great Malvern
23-Feb-22 Castle Theatre, Wellingborough
24-Feb-22 Swansea Grand Theatre
25-Feb-22 Westlands, Yeovil
26-Feb-22 Princess Theatre, Torquay
27-Feb-22 The New Victoria, Woking
01-Mar-22 The Grand Theatre, Blackpool
02-Mar-22 Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
03-Mar-22 St Georges Hall, Bradford
05-Mar-22 New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
06-Mar-22 Cheltenham Town Hall
08-Mar-22 Crewe Lyceum
09-Mar-22 Stockport Plaza
10-Mar-22 Sands Centre, Carlisle
11-Mar-22 Burnley Mechanics
13-Mar-22 Parr Hall, Warrington
15-Mar-22 Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
16-19Mar-22 New Theatre, Cardiff
20-Mar-22 Playhouse, Weston super Mare
22-Mar-22 G Live, Guildford
23-Mar-22 Central Theatre, Chatham
25-Mar-22 Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
26-Mar-22 Corn Exchange, Newbury
27-Mar-22 Regent Theatre, Stoke on Trent
29-Mar-22 Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
30-Mar-22 Wyvern Theatre Swindon
31-Mar-22 New Theatre, Portsmouth
01-Apr-22 Anvil, Basingstoke
02-Apr-22 Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple
03-Apr-22 Pavilion Theatre, Weymouth
04-Apr-22 Orchard Theatre, Dartford
05-Apr-22 Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
06-Apr-22 The Cresset, Peterborough
08-Apr-22 Embassy Theatre, Skegness
09-Apr-22 Grove Theatre, Dunstable
10-Apr-22 Westcliff Theatre, Clacton
12-Apr-22 New Theatre, Oxford
19-Apr-22 Cliffs Pavilion, Southend on Sea
20-Apr-22 Hexagon, Reading
22-Apr-22 White Rock, Hastings
23-Apr-22 Richmond Theatre, London
24-Apr-22 The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
27-Apr-22 Dean Crowe Theatre & Art Centre, Athlone
28-Apr-22 Mullingar Arts Centre
29-30 Apr-22 University Concert Hall, Limerick
01-May-22 Royal Theatre, Castlebar
03-May-22 National Opera House, Wexford
04-May-22 Theatre Royal, Waterford
05-May-22 Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny
06-07 May-22 Town Hall Theatre, Galway
08-May-22 INEC, Killarney
10-14 May-22 Everyman Theatre, Cork
15-May-22 TLT Concert Hall, Drogheda
17-21 May-22 Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
22-May-22 Millennium Forum, Derry
24-May-22 Market Place Theatre, Armagh
25-May-22 Waterfront Hall, Belfast
27-May-22 Edinburgh Playhouse
28-May-22 Theatre Royal, Glasgow
29-May-22 Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
31-May-22 Caird Hall, Dundee
01-Jun-22 Perth Concert Hall
02-Jun-22 Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen
04-Jun-22 Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline
05-Jun-22 Motherwell Concert Hall
09-Jun-22 Middleton Arena
15-Jun-22 Corn Exchange, Bedford