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RUMPY PUMPY! THE MUSICAL  appeared at the Theatre Royal Windsor and the Union Theatre Southwark during November 2016 starring Linda Nolan and 

Louise Jameson

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A Musical by Barbara Jane Mackie

IN THE PRESS

 

11 November 2016

The Wright Stuff

Louise Jameson appears on the Wright Stuff

 

5 October 2016

Lorraine, ITV

Interview with Linda Nolan

 

2 October 2016

Gaby Roslin Show BBC London, interview with Linda Nolan

 

4 April 2015

Female Arts

Interview with Barbara

 

2 April 2015

This Week London

Interview with Barbara

When TWO BRAVE LADIES from the HAMPSHIRE WOMEN’S INSTITUTE, JEAN JOHNSON and SHIRLEY LANDELS, decide to campaign for the total decriminalisation of Prostitution and to improve conditions for WORKING GIRLS everywhere, warm and witty BROTHEL OWNER, HOLLY SPENCER  

                                    decides to contact them.

                                    HOLLY had the‘perfect brothel’

                                    these W.I. LADIES could be

                                    looking for.

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Barbara Jane Mackie

Bookwriter/ Composer/ Lyricist

Barbara is now writing and composing 'Cowboy Girls' her second musical and also writing the screenplay 'Macy and The Real Mommas', a British Comedy, for Jack-in-the-Box Films.'

How do you do the right thing when there is no “right thing”? Barbara Jane Mackie’s musical shines a light on a dark corner of British life and asks if it really has to be that way. The songs are excellent: catchy, witty and played with real verve!   An amusing comedy with some very strong songs, underpinned by a tough message about how hypocrisy and indifference condemns thousands of girls to appalling working conditions. I wish them well.

Broadway World

The remarkable true story of two genteel ladies from the Hampshire Women’s Institute who take it upon themselves to campaign for better conditions for working girls. Rumpy Pumpy! is a charming and very English comedy of manners, with a good social conscience at its heart. Its heart-warming plea for justice is impassioned.

 

Entertainment Focus

The female

'Full Monty'

ArtsCouncilGrant

'Rumpy Pumpy!' was originally funded by Arts Council England.