Critics and audiences alike love The Salon

The hilarious and critically acclaimed comedy play The Salon opened on Monday and It’s proven to be a ‘cut and blow’ above the rest. Audiences and critics alive can’t stop raving about it, the show is here until Saturday so be sure not to miss the ultimate girls night out, BOOK NOW!


“A damn good night out that will have you gasping for all the right reasons.” 4 STARS

Chris High

“Each person brings their own to this show and all of their performances are simply brilliant.”

Down South Liverpool

“A crowd-pleasing night out for people who want to let their hair down and have a guilt-free laugh.”

Catherine Jones, Arts City Liverpool

“The gags come thick, fast and raunchy as we’re hit with more double entendres than the average game of innuendo bingo can handle.”

Liverpool Echo

“The Salon delivers a lot of laughs and a very entertaining experience all-round.”


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Audiences of Liverpool – get your rollers at the ready, as Drew Quayles hilarious and critically acclaimed comedy play The Salon makes a welcome return to Liverpool.

With a stellar cast which includes TOWIE’s Harry Derbidge, Radio City’s Leanne Campbell, Rita, Sue and Bob Too! star Olivia Sloyan and Brookside and Benidorm’s Philip Olivier. Completing the cast is Brookside’s Sarah White and Emmerdale’s Peter Amory.

For those that want perfect nails, a relaxing massage or a perfect perm then there are plenty of places to go, but for jealousy, bitchiness and gossip look no further than ‘Curl Up and Dye’.

The average day at this Liverpool hair and beauty salon involves shouting, crying and singing, with the odd beauty treatment thrown in for good measure. Carol, Sheila and Tia are trying to deal with customers while all around them their lives are blown about like a loose ‘set’ in a high wind.

Carol wants to find true love, Tia wants to be a pop star and Sheila just wants a toy boy. Mix in a camp-as-Christmas boss, a plastic gangster who is trying to take over the salon, a hysterical drama queen, and a whole lot of vodka, and it all adds up to a brilliantly funny night out.