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Liz Jones

Liz Jones ‘8 ½ Stone… & Still Full of Issues’

TICKETS:* £24.50

THIS IS A YEOVIL LITERARY FESTIVAL 2020 EVENT

Liz Jones, much read columnist in the Mail on Sunday, with over 69 million readers around the world, makes her stage debut with her brand-new show.

The Former Editor in Chief of Marie Claire, Fashion Editor with the Daily Mail takes to the road to celebrate her debut novel 8 ½ stone.

 She will be accompanied by her not inconsiderable collection of Jimmy Choos!!!!!!!

Not known for mincing her words, she will enlighten you about the horrors of the world of high fashion; regale tales of  what it’s like travelling the world in search of the perfect pedicure; corralling Hollywood stars to grace the magazine’s cover; which Oscar winner needed air brushing to make her put on weight and which stick insect supermodel has cellulite.

All this before being sacked - although she did manage to smuggle 22 designer handbags out of the building!

Ever wondered what it was like to go under the surgeon’s knife for a boob job and a face lift?  And the ignominy of having done all that, having been on a diet since the age of 11 and discovering your frankly somewhat obese husband cheated on you for someone younger, dimmer and slimmer!

Love her or hate her – You will laugh and cry!

Age Recommendation: 14+

This is a full length event with a 20 minute interval.

Tickets: £24.50
Footlights: Discount Applies

A £1 ticket levy is included in all stated ticket prices.

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Due to ongoing limitations as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, we can confirm that Liz Jones ‘8 ½ Stone… & Still Full of Issues’ has been postponed until Sunday 3 October 2021.

Our team is attempting to contact all patrons who purchased tickets for the original date of Saturday 31st October 2020. If you have any queries regarding this event please contact our Box Office on 01935 422884.


Duration: 130

  • Sun 3 Oct 2021 7:30 PM £24.50
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