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Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. 

Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. 

When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting our inebriation to good use. You’re welcome. 

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The Drunk Women once again took to the stage of the Soho Theatre and thought they'd invite comedian and fruit enthusiast Olga Koch along for the ride. This show has it all; strippers, a heckler, a case involving poisoning, a missing leg and possibly the sexiest of all crimes ... insurance fraud.Plus, as always we hear from a member of the audience who need the help of our tipsy detectives to get some closure from a crime they've been the victim of and so we hear from Becky, who is the repeated victim of crime at family functions. The Drunk Women will be live around the country through 2020 so check drunkwomensolvingcrime.com for updates and why not buy a T-Shirt in the merch shop whilst you're there! Plus you can find out what Olga is up to by checking-out www.rocknrolga.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Although at the time of release we're all gearing-up for Christmas, the team at Drunk Women Towers invite you to cast your minds back to Halloween 2019 when our tipsy trio boarded the ghost train to foggy Corsham so they could bring Drunk Women Solving Crime to the West Country. You just need to know that because they all talk about being dressed up at the start, but other than that it could be any drunken evening, as the team dive into the life of a confidence trickster whose story became a blockbusting film... don't try to guess what the film is at this stage, because it's really annoying - all will be revealed.As usual they enlist the help of a star super-sleuth and so the wonderful actor, writer and right good laff Kerry Howard engaged her little grey cells and pretty much solved it (along with a woman in the audience who clearly LOVES the film of the story).Huge thanks to all at the Pound Arts Centre, Corsham for supplying a fine wine cellar and for their hospitality.Don't forget to check drunkwomensolvingcrime.com for show listings (some in Spring 2020 to be announced) and for exclusive Drunk Women Solving Crime merch! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
As 'Men's Month' draws to a close, the Drunk Women are joined by the man to end all men - the one and only Joe Lycett!He came armed with a bottle of bio-dynamic red and a curious mind to help the gang solve a case in which the perpetrator set pulses racing - and not thanks to his criminal tendencies... goodness knows what Joe's Fitbit will make of all this.The team then get stuck in to a listener's tale of woe and attempt to bring a housemate's despicable behaviour to justice; I'm not sure they helped, but they didn't make it worse.Our thanks to all the fine men who have joined us over the last 4 weeks, back to normal next week with an all 'female workplace' (FEMALE WORKPLACE MERCH NOW AVAILABLE AT https://drunkwomensolvingcrime.teemill.com/)Drunk Women are LIVE at London's Leicester Square Theatre on Tuesday 3rd December 2019, with special guest Rachel Parris .For full info and tickets go to:drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
As men's month marches on apace, the Drunk Women are joined by comedian Phil Wang to help them get to the bottom of a case. Of beer. And some crime, too.The gang analyse the story of two women who not only had a thirst for gin, but for murder, and inspired a famous musical and film. Before all that though, Phil beguiles the group with not one, but two tales of crime victimhood and shows he's a VERY forgiving friend. Then, as usual the team round things off by helping a listener with their own true crime, which in this instance would go well with some mint sauce.   See the Drunk Women Live:Salford Lowry Friday 22nd November 2019Leicester Square Theatre, Tuesday 3rd December 2019drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
It's week two of 'Men's Month' and so the Drunk Women invited presenter, writer and all-round brain-box Richard Osman to join the force and put those little grey cells to good use.Richard (or Detective Loophole as he shall now always be known) enlisted the others to get to the bottom of who's quite literally trashing him every week, before getting stuck in to a case which coined a famous psychological term - oh and one of the perpetrators is total eye candy, so make sure you check out our Twitter for the evidence @drunkwomenpod.Come see the Drunk Women Live;Salford Lowry - 22nd November 2019Leicester Square Theatre, 3rd December London 2019For full details and tickets visit:drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
After 14 months of exclusively letting women flex their drunk detective skills, the ladies thought they'd honour International Men's Day on 19th November the only way they know how...by inviting four men round throughout the month and plying them with hard booze in order to solve a past crime.First off we have comedian James Acaster, who came laden with a 'great' cocktail recipe and a request for Tia Maria, vodka and stout... here ladies and gentlemen for your listening pleasure, is the result of that union.James kicks things off by telling a story that confirms he's more than qualified to join the force, after starting early in life at the detecting game. The gang then attempt to get to the bottom of a crime involving an unconfirmed spiritual possession (whilst in possession of some spirits of their own). They then set about cracking a listener case, with a slightly inaccurate method of proving if someone may or may not be guilty, usually reserved for the kangaroo court of the playground.Come and see The Drunk Women LIVE:Salford Lowry on 22nd Nov 2019Leicester Square London on 3rd DecFull details and tickets here: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
What could be more on-brand for the Drunk Women than a late night drinking session in Soho? Not much, so the gang congregated at Soho Theatre to solve a crime which involved over 600 wives poisoning their husbands.For the first time ever they were joined by TWO GUESTS, when crime fighting duo Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn - otherwise known as The Scummy Mummies - came to help get to the bottom of the cold case and to share the time they almost collectively fell victim to a crime in front of a sellout audience!Plus, the audience crime is provided by friend of the show, Jenny 'The Vixen' Ryan - who despite her fame and fortune is most definitely still 'Jenny From The Block' ... as you will hear.Come and see the Drunk Women LIVE:31st October - Pound Arts in Corsham22nd November - Salford Lowry3rd December - Leicester Square TheatreFor tickets and full details go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
This episode sees the Drunk Women back in the studio, with a crate of prosecco and a crime to solve, so they decided to call on a lady who creates crime in her brain for the entertainment of others - best selling crime writer, Martina Cole!Martina kicks things off with a petty crime committed in her youth, which lead to a VERY public punishment and then lends her considerable crime smarts to help get to the bottom of a case in which was possibly caused by religious fervour, or just an extremely bad father/ship.Come and see The Drunk Women LIVE!Corsham 31st Oct 2019Salford Lowry 22nd Nov 2019And London's Leicester Square Theatre, 3rd Dec 2019 - tickets going on-sale Friday 25th October 2019.Full detrails here: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Have you ever wondered what would happen if The Drunk Women came together with top-pod The Guilty Feminist and mashed-the-hell out of their formats, dropping a (slightly depressing) drinks trolley into the mix?Well wonder no more, as thanks to the brilliant Deborah Frances-White, this actually happened and you can now hear the result.Not only do you get some classic Guilty Feminist AND Drunk Women Solving Crime gold, but special guest Sindhu Vee lends her super sleuthing and stand-up skills to proceedings.As the gang drink the trolley dry, they get to the bottom of the case of the notorious Ma Barker in front of a sold-out theatre - and let's just say that Guilty Feminist audiences got to see their host in a completely different light!See the Drunk Women live during Autumn 2019:Soho Theatre, London - 17th & 18th OctPound Arts Centre, Corsham - 31st OctSalford Lowry - 22nd Nov.For tickets and full details go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com/live For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
This episode has more than a whiff of summer about it, as it was recorded one balmy July evening during the Ventnor Fringe, which prompted comedian Andrea Hubert to get on a ferry to help solve a crime - and confess to one of her own, which resulted in a ASBO.The gang pop a few proseccos and then dissect the misdemeanours of the leaders of a so-called religious cult in Mexico.And this week's audience crime is provided by someone very familiar to one member of the group, although it doesn't sound like they need any help in solving crimes! See the Drunk Women live during Autumn 2019: Soho Theatre, London - 17th & 18th Oct Pound Arts Centre, Corsham - 31st Oct Salford Lowry - 22nd Nov. For tickets and full details go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com/live For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this final outing of the Edinburgh Fringe, the Drunk Women welcome the amazing Zoe Lyons to the force. The squiffy foursome then dig into a case involving an unsolved murder, the clergy, and perhaps the biggest pre 21st Century media circus of all-time.But before all of that Zoe recounts the time she was the victim of a fruit-based crime, and as per usual the Edinburgh crowd don't disappoint, as audience member James tells us about a burglary which resulted in the most depressing swag ever stolen.Come and see the Drunk Women LIVE during autumn 2019:The Soho Theatre London on 17th and 18th OctoberThe Pound Arts Centre, Corsham 31st OctoberSalford Lowry, 22nd November.Full details and tickets here: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
On a wet August day in Edinburgh, hijinks ensued when the Drunk Women gathered in front of a well-oiled crowd to crack another case. They were joined by comedian and Saturday Night Live writer Anna Drezen, who shared the time she was the victim of identity theft before the women get to the bottom of a murder case in which the perpetrator was SO hot, they cast a spell over anyone supposed to bring them to justice. And one member of the audience really earns their DWSC umbrella, when they share an x-rated crime which produces more questions than answers.Come and see the Drunk Women LIVE:17th October 2019 - Soho Theatre, London18th October 2019 - Soho Theatre, London31st October 2019 - Pound Arts Centre, Corsham22nd November 2019 - Salford LowryFor tickets: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this episode from the Drunk Women's run at the Edinburgh Fringe, the brilliant Isma Almas joined them to dissect a cold case, which took place north of the border. Whilst guest Isma tells us about the time British Gas tried to read more than her meter, plus a lucky member of the audience gets a DWSC umbrella, making past suffering all worth it! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
After last week's break by the seaside, this episode sees the Drunk Women back in the rainy cobbles of the Edinburgh Fringe, where they were joined by comic and barefoot enigma Steph Tisdell of the Aboriginal Comedy Allstars. Steph kicks us off with a tale of some pretty audacious catfishing and the crew put their heads together to deconstruct the complicated life of a drug lord.As ever they round things off with a tale of crime woe from a listener, who then gets a DWSC umbrella, making it all worth it.For tickets to live performances, go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.comTo catch up on what the wonderful Steph Tisdell is doing next visit: stephtisdellcomedy.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Like a fine wine, this episode was bottled back in the heady days of summer, when the gang took a suitcase of prosecco aboard the ferry and found themselves on the sunny Isle of Wight, during the Ventnor Fringe Festival in order to solve a case which could mean espionage has reached the land across the Solent. On hand was adventurer and Island local, Anneka Rice - who revealed a pretty thrilling spy connection of her own, along with the ability to live a double life.So sit back and let the sounds of summer flood your ears .... four women getting drunk in front of a sell out crowd at Ventnor Arts Club. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this episode, the gang enlist a sleuth from across-the-pond, in the form of comedian, writer and producer Jena Friedman!Jena and Taylor explore the stark contrast of the UK Bobby and the NYPD (definitely not a good idea to invite them into your apartment for a drink!) and the group crack the case of a man who proved (almost) impossible to murder!Plus, one lucky audience member really earns their DWSC umbrella when he shares a time he was a victim of a rather harrowing crime.To see what Jena's up to next have a look at: jenafriedman.comFor merch and tickets to see the Drunk Women live, go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Edinburgh Fringe may have just finished for another year, but the Drunk Women are reliving those heady days through this very podcast!You can join them in their reverie of the time they were joined by comedian, actor & writer Sukh Ojla in front of a packed-out crowd, to solve a crime involving another badass woman that history forgot.Sukh tells us about the date which was a crime against romance and this week's audience crime shows that some villains have real staying power.For more details on where you you can see Sukh perform live, go to: sukhojla.comFor tickets to see The Drunk Women live and merch etc, visit : drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
As the Drunk Women carry on through their sloshed-sleuthing odyssey of the Edinburgh Fringe, they brought in comic, podcaster and ex-lawyer Alice Fraser to bring her legal experience to proceedings.Alice shares the time sheer bravado let her escape being mugged in New York, the gang get to the bottom of a case which is the very definition of 'cold' (it happened in the snow), and a member of the sold-out audience was brave enough to come up and earn his 'Drunk Women' umbrella by sharing his own crime story - although you could argue that the gentleman’s brother ended up the real victim. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this second episode from their sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Drunk Women enlisted the help of US comic and video game star, Lucie Pohl.Lucie’s crime is brought to you from the mean streets of NYC, where she developed a rather strange relationship with her muggers.The detectives get to grips with a case from history, which will make all left-handed, redhead, female midwives VERY glad they weren't around during the reign of King James.And the audience crime comes from someone very familiar to the world of podcasting - and to our Catie.You can also see The Drunk Women live, along with Deborah Frances -White when they perform as part of the Guilty Feminist Crossover Season.Drunk Guilty Feminists Solving Crime will appear at Kings Place, York Road, London on Sunday Sept 2nd at 9pm.Tickets: https://drunkwomensolvingcrime.com/live/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Drunk Women took a vat of prosecco to the Edinburgh Fringe and performed to a sell-out crowd, aided by comic and part-time detective Ashley Storrie. The gang had the time of their lives cracking the case of a 'gentleman' bank robber and a crime perpetrated against an audience member, who also gave Taylor a lesson in Scottish snacks. Plus we find out Ashley spent a good deal of her childhood as a pirate. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Tracey O'Flynn

love the scummies, and this pod, usually -but everyone's too close to the mic most of the time in this ep, so there's distortion a lot of the time which makes difficult listening :(

Oct 30th
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Vicque Saint-Sylvestre

"she's basic" - "no, I'm Regula" :D

May 22nd
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Doug Plume

What ever you do, don’t listen to this episode if you’re doing something that needs your full attention and/or control. I was laughing so much I almost crashed the van I was driving. Drunk Women is always worth a listen but Jess Robinson is incredibly funny, or psychopathic (not quite sure) Keep up the drinking ladies, I’m a big fan.

May 11th
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Ariel Teixeira

By far, my favorite episode of drunk women. Is it called an episode? whatever.

Apr 12th
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Kate Doherty

mysterious, entertaining and drunken shenanigans!

Dec 8th
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linda ho

Baguettegate- happened to a friend of mine at high school. She mixed up laxatives in the peanut better for the culprit

Sep 18th
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Luke Cowell-Fallows

'Murder, She Wrote' for 2018. The spirit of Jessica Fletcher is alive and well with these gals! 💗 So so funny but also, insightful! x

Sep 6th
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