Thursday, 10 March 2011


“You’ll probably never look at breasts the same way again” News of The World



A Musical Comedy

The Australian show that makes ordinary women feel extraordinary

Returns to the UK due to popular demand!

“****Uproarious, unrefined and irreverent. The show certainly tickles its targets' funny bone." Edinburgh Evening News

Busting Out! is back! Follow its hugely successful Edinburgh Fringe season and subsequent tour of the UK last year the hilarious Australian show that puts women's assets at centre stage will be baring all again for a major UK tour from March 2011.

Already seen by over 300,000 people in Australia, New Zealand and the UK this is the show that '..celebrates women's bodies and more specifically, boobs; in all their glory, with creativity, warmth, and in-your-face cheeky humour.' (Edinburgh Spotlight).

Writer and performer Emma Powell plus comedian Bev Killick are returning for a second UK tour and this time they are bringing a bosom buddy, the hugely talented Yorkshire lass, Mandi Lodge. But the audience* also play a vital role in the proceedings (by appearing on a large on-stage screen and often actually on stage) which threatens, on occasions, to turn the entire theatre into an utterly disorderly house! The up-front and out-there breast-based contortions are intercut with rousing song and dance sequences, hilarious sketches, a shadow play and brilliant stand-up comedy.

"Gut-wrenchingly funny. Absolutely brilliant" Leicester Mercury

“Utterly inspired” Whats on Stage

Emma's career has been a glittering one in Musical Theatre (she played Rosie in the Australasian Tour of Mamma Mia) “Emma has a voice so amazing that you forget she is naked to the waist.” (The Scotsman) and Bev is one of Australia's most celebrated female stand-ups. Mandi originally from a small Northern village near Huddersfield left these shores 10 years ago for Down Under and has since made a name for herself in numerous musical theatre shows, concerts, films and TV, including starring as Mrs Lovett opposite the late musical theatre legend Rob Guest in ‘Sweeny Todd’. It was following a halter neck dress malfunction at a party that her greatest attributes were spotted by Emma and Bev, so they cast her in the show and the rest, as they say, is history.

So all that remains is to say ladies put your hands together and men, keep your hands where we can see them, and welcome back the show with more front than Brighton and enough excess baggage to keep Ryanair in profits for yet another year, it’s undeniably, the most original feel good show of the year, BUSTING OUT!

For further information, photographs and interviews please contact SALLY HOMER¬  or call 07973 142127 or CARL SMITH on  or call 07753 639812.



27th BIRMINGHAM, Hippodrome 0844 338 5000


2nd STOURBRIDGE, Town Hall Theatre 01384 812960

12th STOKE, Victoria Hall 0844 871 7615

20th WORCESTER, The Swan 01905 611427

21st TELFORD, Oakengates Theatre, at The Place 01952 382 382

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