RECIPE FOR A PERFECT WIFE extends West End season to December 22nd

Recipe For A Perfect Wife 
launches Vintage Wednesdays and Cupcake Thursdays 

- extends West End season to December 22

Recipe For a Perfect Wife, a comedy with music set in a 1950s TV studio during a recording of the hit show 'Britain's Best Housewife', has had its booking period at the West End’s Charing Cross Theatre  extended to Thursday December 22.

The production now plays every Wednesday & Thursday at 10.00pm (the show runs 65 minures without an interval).

The producers are also introducing fun-themed nights:

On Vintage Wednesdays, audience members are encouraged to come along in retro clothes.

Thursdays are being branded Cupcake Thursdays, with delicious designer cakes laid on with an aftershow meet and greet with the cast.

Recipe For a Perfect Wife peeks beneath the glossy veneer of the picture perfect world of the 1950s housewife. Every woman who knows her place wants to be the perfect wife. And what could be better than appearing on the  hit TV show 'Britain's Best Housewife' which is putting housewives to the test?

The women all know the rules: Never talk politics, wear trousers, or speak before their husbands, but will they crumble under the pressure?

Your hosts are waiting to show you a jolly good time, so come on down to the studio and sing along to your favourites tunes. We guarantee to serve you with a smile!

Cast: Antonia Reid, Matt Houlihan, Kate Collison, Kate Thomas, Harrie Hayes, Rachael Boulton, Rebecca Hack, Leah Grayson, Kate Sandison, Juliette Power

Recipe For a Perfect Wife is wrttten by Christina McCulloch and Nadia Papachronopoulou. The Producer is Christina McCulloch. The Director is Nadia Papachronopoulou.

Presented by Practical Magik Productions.


Recipe for a Perfect Wife

now booking to Thursday December 22

Charing Cross Theatre
(formerly New Plays Theatre)
The Arches
Villiers Street
London WC2N 6NL


020 7478 0170 (booking fee applies) (booking fee applies)

In person: Charing Cross Theatre (no booking fee)

Wednesday & Thursday at 10.00pm (the show runs 65 mins)

Tickets: £15.00