VICKI Michelle, who found fame as Yvette in the television series 'Allo 'Allo, is looking forward to bringing her brand new show to the Isle of Wight.

Hormonal Housewives can be seen at Shanklin Theatre next Wednesday (May 22).

It's currently on a sell-out tour around Britain.

"It's also proving a rather daunting show for a man but many are coming to see us," said Vicki.

"One told us it was the funniest show he'd ever seen.

"As the title suggests, it's mainly designed for women. We talk about all things hormonal. This includes children, chocolate, wine, housework, exercise and of course sex.

"Men do get it in the ear a bit but the show is very light-hearted and not vicious."

The show is written by Julie Coombe and John MacIsaac. Julie is also in the show, as is Josephine Partridge, all playing themselves.

Vicki, who played Yvette for ten years in the hit television series, also appeared as Patricia Foster in Emmerdale.

She's worked with legends including Dudley Moore, the Two Ronnies, Les Dawson and Kenny Everett.

In more recent years she's been seen on I'm A Celebrity Get Me out Of Here and other reality shows.

Recently, local showbiz writer and broadcaster John Hannam caught up with Vicki on tour.

The interview can be heard on John's podcast at

John said Vicky had also tried to tempt him along to the Shanklin show.

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