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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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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
The Drunk Women took a suitcase of booze and microphones to a London hotel to do some sleuthing with star of Arrested Development, Search Party and most recently the Sophie Hyde film ANIMALS, Alia Shawkat! Alia shares the time she was framed for a misdemeanour she did not commit, and the team get stuck right into a crime involving one hell of a confidence trickster and her suspicious trunk - which no one seemed to suspect. And this week's listener crime involves the theft of the most niche necklace in the world! https://cornerstonefilm.com/films/animals/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Another day, another crime solved by our favourite drunk detectives in front of a packed Pleasance Theatre. This week actor, writer and intrepid traveller, Rebecca Root grabbed a gin or 3 and joined the ranks and cracked a case only an escapologist could see their way out of. This week's historic case involves not just one, but TWO famous figures from history, which could be still arguing beyond the grave. To round things-off a member of the audience shares a crime which left everyone in the room a little slack-jawed. Catch Drunk Women Solving Crime at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019, tickets (and merch) available from: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Drunk Women are back at The Pleasance Theatre and are joined by the one and only Ulrika Jonsson!We hear about the time Ulrika was the victim of phone hacking ... by the company she was working for! And the gang solve the case of the 'Giggling Granny' which is not nearly as cuddly as it sounds. Plus, an audience member shares the time she fell victim to a crime, which if Ulrika is to be believed was perpetrated by their own parents!For tickets to see the podcast LIVE at Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and to get your hands on some fabulous merch, just go to drunkwomensolvingcrime.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
They came to drink gin and solve a crime and that's exactly what happened at The Pleasance Theatre on the 4th of July. Comedian Jayde Adams joined in the detective work and shared a story of a house of ill repute which could be screwing the chance of a decent inheritance. The gang meanwhile crack a case which is as cold as an ice bucket full of prosecco AND as always, a member of the audience gets a crime from their lives solved - you're welcome! Drunk Women Solving Crime are at The Edinburgh Fringe 2019 from 3rd-11th August inclusive, for tickets got to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com - And visit the merchandise shop whilst you're there!  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
It's probably wise not to eat your dinner during parts of this episode, as comedian Caroline Mabey tells the Drunk Women about the time she found something unsavoury in a tent and also shares the best thing to say to a would-be mugger.The crew dig into a crime which turned out to be the catalyst for a pioneering way of gathering evidence - which is still the first port of how we might catch a criminal today. AND we hear about the time Hannah breathed on the bottom of her neighbours' patio window... but we never find out WHY. Catch Caroline Mabey's FREE Edinburgh Fringe Show 'HAIR OF THE DOG' Aug 2019: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/caroline-mabey-hair-of-the-dog For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Fabulous blogger, Jo Middleton - otherwise known as 'Slummy Single Mummy' came armed with a thirst for gin and an inquiring mind as she helps the Drunk Women get to the bottom of a war time spy story, in which one of the characters gives a rather wooden performance.We also hear that Jo - despite her efforts - has, thankfully avoided most crimes, but is however the continual victim of a very 21st century phenomenon. And this week's listener crime had a very colourful perpetrator.Read Jo's hilarious blog here: slummysinglemummy.comAnd come and see the Drunk Women at this years Edinburgh Fringe (2019), get tickets here: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com and why not go to the online shop and grab a t-shirt whilst you're there! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Drunk Women were unaware they were inviting sleuthing royalty on the show when comedian Thanyia Moore joined in the fun at The Pleasance Theatre, where Thanyia revealed that her mum is 'the black Jessica Fletcher!"And we also find out that if Thanyia and Catie's mothers joined forces, they would be the most feared crime fighting duo the world has ever known. This week's case involves a writer whose own detecting skills could never be described as 'elementary' and an audience member shares the time a crime quite literally slid into her DMs.To buy tickets to Drunk Women Solving Crime live at Edinburgh go to drunkwomensolrime.com and whilst you're there, why not visit the merch shop? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this week's edition of DWSC, journalist, writer and super-cool human Sali Hughes joined the ranks, quickly earning her stripes by flexing her history knowledge to help solve a crime from days of yore.Do you know when the first handgun assassination in London took place? Well, listen to this episode and you soon will.You'll also get to hear about probably the WORST New Year’s Eve night out ever, when being the victim of a crime resulted in Sali sleeping in a pool of child's urine.www.salihughesbeauty.comAlso for tickets to Drunk Women Live at Edinburgh Fringe 2019, please go to: drunkwomensolvingcrime.com where you'll also find our merch shop! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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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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