IN PICTURES: Vicki Michelle in tour of comedy Hormonal Housewives

The star of BBC sitcom 'Allo 'Allo Vicki Michelle leads the cast of this rude, witty and topical comedy.

By Sue Wilkinson
Thursday, 21st March 2019, 1:55 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 2:03 pm
The cast of Hormonal Housewives are Josephine Partridge, Vicki Michelle and Julie Coombe, who also co-write it
The cast of Hormonal Housewives are Josephine Partridge, Vicki Michelle and Julie Coombe, who also co-write it

Here is where you can see it:

Read about the tour hereTour dates:

Tuesday April 2: Leeds, City Varieties

The show addresses lots of women's issues, says Vicki. "Marriage, emotions, relationships, families, guilt complexes, hormones for all ages! And eating habits you know how you reach for the chocolate when you feel tired or your energy is lowwell theres a lot of that."

Tickets: Sunday April 14: Bridlington Spa


What is Vicki's character like? "She is loosely based on me I would hate to say everythings true to life in case I get into trouble with my husband ha ha! "Julies done an amazing job of basing each character on each of us as much as possible. "For instance my character and I both love a glass of fizz, we adore talking to our female friends and obviously a glass of wine or fizz makes the experience even more enjoyable! I also share some experiences with my character in terms of family so its lovely to be able to bring some of myself to the stage."
Josephine Patridge
Julie Coombe stars in and co-wrote Hormonal Housewives
Vicki Michelle is still best-known and loved for her role as Yvette - who had the hots for Rene - in 'Allo 'Allo
Said Vicki: "The waxing scene is going to be hysterical! Julie and I try and encourage Josephine to get back on the dating scene; shes newly divorced and a bit hesitant. "Theres a whole discussion about how much excess hair to wax I dont want to give too much away but I get to play the waxer!
"Its so great to be in a script that you know is funny and that the audience is going to love. "Theres nothing better than laughter to cure everything so hopefully were going to laugh onstage, the audience are going to have a laugh and well still be laughing when we have a glass of wine together after the show."
"I think itll appeal to single women as much as women in relationships; out of the three characters, two are married and the third is single and we have a lot of fun in the show trying to get her back onto the dating scene," said Vicki.