Waiting For Gateaux

by Ed Waugh & Trevor Wood

A comedy about friendship, frostbite and French fries

Mo-tivators is the worst health and fitness club in the country – run by Maureen – from a small hall in the middle of nowhere – attracting clientele with nothing to do.

Fat and fabulous Jackie comes to get away from her philandering husband and brings her young sister Whitney along to keep her out of trouble. Donald comes because he secretly loves Maureen – he’s lost 12 stone so far – if he doesn’t ask her out soon there’ll be nothing left of him!

Things seem to be on the up when Sophie, a researcher for a reality TV programme, comes to check out the club. But when a snowstorm arrives it brings with it revelations which will change their lives forever.

‘Fat Friends crossed with Fawlty Towers’ – Evening Chronicle

‘The audience gobbled it up’ – The Journal
Middlesbrough Theatre
27th February - 2nd March 2019

Tickets:

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Victoria Holtom as Sophie, who is not what she seems!

Victoria is currently causing some Fairy Mischief playing as Tinker Bell in Peter Pan at Billingham Forum Theatre, this is her Fifth appearance in Pantomime here, previously playing Snow White, Fairy’s in Jack and The Beanstalk and Fairy Godmother in Cinderella.

Victoria is originally from Billingham and trained in Acting Musical Theatre at Central School of Speech and Drama, London.

Her Theatre credits include Sylvia in The Dolly Mixtures at Customs House, Devisor in Warrior with Rhubarb Triangle Theatre, Allington Folllies with Canny Craic Theatre Company, and Dolores in The Wonderful World of Mr McCrumble, Arc Stockton, and Snow White at Leeds Carriageworks. Lead Cast in A Night in Wonderland. The Voice of Tomorrow at the Bloomsbury Theatre London, Ensemble in Cinderella at The Lyric Hammersmith; Young Mum in Photo Me at The Riverside Studios London; Principal Vocalist and Ensemble in Branded at The Old Vic; Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Gaiety Theatre in Ayr and Jasmine in Aladdin with Theatre North. Victoria works regularly with Less is More Productions, most recently spending the Summer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival playing Doreen in Stella. Also appearing with the Company in Bazaar and Rummage, MisCast Bard, Miss Crispy 1988, That Gay play and String.