Domestic Goddi 2 (4 stars)

This article is from 2009

Domestic Goddi 2

Forget ‘succeeding’ as good recyclers, yoga experts, or parents of Mensa babies; Rosie Wilkinson and Helen O’Brien struggle just ‘coping’. 2008’s sell-out duo return with new characters including an Eastern European nanny making extra cash from phone sex; Yorkshire wifies talking like homies dealing crack; and gin-pickled posho Binty, reminiscing about the Punjab. A stupidly talented pair, delivering seamlessly funny sketches.

Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 31 Aug, 1.30pm, £8.50–£9.50 (£7–£8).

Domestic Goddi 2: How to Cope

  • 4 stars

2008's sell-out, Rosie Wilkinson and Helen O'Brien return with uniquely-formulated, volume-boosting sketches. 'A blisteringly surreal reverie... funnier than Ainsley Harriott's head in a blender' - **** (Metro). 'Ultra-talented ladies' - **** (