Promo artwork. Dr Louise Newson, a middle-aged woman with red lips, a sleek brunette bob and a wide smile. White background, with amorphous lemon, teal, and blue shapes. Text reads: ‘Dr Louise Newson’; ‘Hormones & Menopause’; ‘The Great Debate’; ‘Live Theatre Tour’. A bubble contains a photo of a woman with black glasses and wild dark hair, with text reading: ‘Accompanied by Dublin-based comedian Annie Gildea’.

Dr Louise Newson: Hormones and Menopause – The Great Debate

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Dr Louise Newson, leading medical expert on menopause and hormones, is embarking on her inaugural UK theatre tour accompanied by Dublin-based comedian Anne Gildea.

Hormones and Menopause – The Great Debate aims to educate and challenge misconceptions about menopause and advocate for better healthcare for women.

Described as “the medic who kick-started the menopause revolution”, Dr Louise has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of women and their families through her pioneering work as a GP and menopause specialist. Her advice on HRT, as well as lifestyle factors like exercise, diet, and sleep, has revolutionised the health and wellbeing of so many women.

Known for her gut-busting, honest and informative comedy, Anne is a founding member of the iconic Irish musical-comedy trio, The Nualas. She will bring humour and a unique perspective, while Louise’s knowledge will allow women to make informed decisions about their health, whilst at the same time educating the rest of the family, including men.

In an evening of learning and laughter, the duo are set to captivate, educate and entertain.


All VIP ticket holders will be given the exclusive opportunity to have a meet and greet with Dr Louise Newson, prior to the show. On arrival they will receive a complimentary refreshment, a signed copy of Louise’s book, and free goodie bag.

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Thursday 24th Oct 2024
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