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Q Theatre, March 9 Until Saturday THREE elderly cleaning ladies have just been invited to reapply for their jobs. Then a heavy-breathing wrong number strikes an entrepreneurial spark.
Why not set up a one-weekend-only sex chat business using the office phones?
According to former Girl Guide captain Olive (Anne Phelan), who quickly does the sums based on her intimate knowledge of the tow-truck industry, the trio can expect to pocket ,000 for three days masquerading as Madonna, Marilyn and Kylie, aka the Telephone Belles.
All they have to do is swallow a little pride, dredge up some distant memories and talk dirty.
Like the film Calendar Girls (and its stage adaptation, which opens in Sydney next month), this broad-brush comedy is pulled from the same playbook as The Full Monty.
Both of those had heart and complexity underpinning them, however, and a message about solidarity., from the British writers Trevor Wood and Ed Waugh, strives only for cheap laughs.Nothing wrong with that, but unless you are a hardcore fan of sub-Carry On comedy, this parade of stale innuendo and feeble one-liners will seem dated and mildly insulting to its characters and its audience.Menopause the Musical looks like great art by comparison.The sex talk is nothing to get excited about either, confined to tired riffs on golden showers, underwear and that hoary urban legend involving hamsters.The wide open spaces at Q Theatre in Penrith do nothing for the comic pace but Phelan, Joan Sydney (the naive Gladys, married to a man whose only passion is pigeon racing), Maggie King (the more worldly Ethel) and Brett Whittingham (energetically sleazy as their boss) are wily performers who can just about squeeze a laugh from the most flaccid material.