163 episodes

Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. 
Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. 
When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting our inebriation to good use. You’re welcome. 

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Drunk Women Solving Crime Drunk Women Solving Crime

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    • 4.8 • 723 Ratings

Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. 
Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. 
When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting our inebriation to good use. You’re welcome. 

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    Dinner In The Clink, With Hannah Cunningham

    Dinner In The Clink, With Hannah Cunningham

    Much fun was had in the making of this episode and a big part of that was this week's crime-solving guest, make-up artist, TV presenter, and star of BBC's Glow-Up, it's Hannah Cunningham AKA Empty Alien, or 'cool' Hannah as she shall now be known, although nothing was cool about the crime she shares at the start of the show, thanks to the creepy man in slacks.
    The team then digs deep into a historical crime, which could almost be referred to as highbrow, especially after Taylor displays a latent talent, which although has no use at all, is impressive, to say the least!
    We then of course hear from a listener who needs our help in getting to the bottom of a most puzzling display of road rage.
    Come and see the Drunk Women LIVE during 2021.
    Their London residency continues at The Museum of Comedy on 28th Sept, 28th Oct, and 23rd Nov - for tickets and info go to museumofcomedy.com
    They will also be at The Leicester Square Theatre on 7th December: leicestersquaretheatre.com
    AND in Manchester at the Salford Lowry on 28th November - thelowry.com


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    • 1 hr 4 min
    DWSC LIVE: With Ania Magliano

    DWSC LIVE: With Ania Magliano

    The Drunk Women are live again at The Museum of Comedy in London and as well as being joined by an audience of amateur detectives, they also brought comedian Ania Magliano along for the ride, who as it turns out wasn't too shabby as crime-solving herself!
    Ania, tells us about the time is desperately wanted in on a crime wave in her school and then the team pulls apart a story from the 16th Century which details are grainy, to say the least! 
    We then hear from a member of the wonderful audience, who uses the opportunity to clear her name ... or maybe she just WANTS us to think she's innocent? You decide...
    Come and see the DWSC LIVE at The Underbelly on Friday 17th Sept 2021 and at The Museum of Comedy on 28th October and 23rd November 2021. 
    You can also catch them in MANCHESTER on Sunday 28th November 2021 for a double show at The Salford Lowry! 

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    DWSC LIVE: With Sarah Kendall

    DWSC LIVE: With Sarah Kendall

    The gals are live and unleashed again, as the residency at The Museum of Comedy continues into its second month, and joining Hannah, Catie, and Taylor in front of a lively crowd is writer, actor and comedian, Sarah Kendall!
    Sarah gets things going with some stories which link together a family trait that will have you opting for public transport over a chance meeting with one of them on a highway.
    The team then really get their teeth into a case which will either make you weirdly hungry or a vegetarian for life and we hear from a member of the audience about something which happened to them on their honeymoon and fun fact guys, the person you hear is none other than our Catie's pen pal!

    If you missed out on tickets to this show, you can catch the team at the Underbelly Festival 2021, in London's Cavendish Square on 17th September - for full info and tickets go to: underbellyfestival.com
    and of course, the residency continues throughout the autumn head to museumofcomedy.com.
    You can also get extra content, shout outs and MORE on the DWSC Patreon page - patreon.com/drunkwomensolvingcrime

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    • 56 min
    DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: With Janine Harouni

    DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: With Janine Harouni

    In this riotous episode, we see Taylor, Hannah, and Catie back in front of an audience at The Museum of Comedy in London, where comedian Janine Harouni joined them for gin and tonics a-plenty with some pretty adept crime-solving chops!
    Janine starts things off by teaching us that ordering French onion soup on a blind date is something we should NEVER do. The team (and the audience) then pick-apart a gem of a case, which introduces us to some pretty elaborate characters. And finally, it's the turn of a member of the audience to present their case and to be honest, you'll NEVER hear of a crime more quintessentially English than this...


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    • 57 min
    154 DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: With Kirsten O'Brien

    154 DRUNK WOMEN LIVE: With Kirsten O'Brien

    What's this? The Drunk Women LIVE and unleashed? With an audience???
    Hell yeah, the gang are back in the wild and were greeted by a full crowd at the first of their London residencies at The Museum of Comedy!
    The first guest to take to the stage was presenter and podcaster, Kirsten O'Brien, who although still damp from being caught in a summer flash storm on her way in, still managed to wow the crowd with her tales of crime-fighting and skills in sleuthing.
    The team crack-into a story about a swindler with more ambition than the average grifter, AND we hear from a member of the audience, whose dad probably should feature during DWSC men's month.
    It was a great night and you can join in the fun too - just go to museumofcomedy.com for info and tickets.
    You can also check out the DWSC Patreon page for extra content, videos, and personalised shout-outs at patreon.com/drunkwomensolvingcrime

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    • 48 min
    153 Laurita Blewitt's Mime & Crime Masterclass

    153 Laurita Blewitt's Mime & Crime Masterclass

    Joining the force today is a lady who appears to be no stranger to solving some true crime, its presenter, podcaster, and campaigner, Laurita Blewitt! 
    Laurita starts us off with a tale that demonstrates whilst CCTV may be invaluable to catching those up to no good, it also serves as evidence of epic crimes on the dance floor ... a chilling thought. 
    The team then artfully sift through an enigmatic criminal act using the skill of mime ... which is surprisingly effective on a podcast.
    We then hear from a listener whose story has strikingly similar tones to the one told by Laurita ... spooky! 
    Come and see the drunk women LIVE at the Underbelly Festival 2021 in London's Cavendish Square on 17th September. 
    For full info and tickets, go to www.underbellyfestival.com/whats-on/drunk-women-solving-crime
    Plus, you can join them at their London residency at The Museum of Comedy - all dates and ticket info is here: www.museumofcomedy.com
    And you can also get a piece of the action via their Patreon page - www.patreon.com/drunkwomensolvingcrime


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    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
723 Ratings

723 Ratings

sparky / Iain O ,

My lockdown lifeline...

OK, that sounds a tad dramatic, but these ladies bounce off each other like a treat. Many belly-laughs!! Looking forward to seeing them live soon!!

ZoeSuggs ,

THE BEST PODCAST EVER

This is the most hilarious podcast out there. There is no better trio. I love it so much that I've been going through the catalogue one by one. Here is my crime for you: Dear Drunk Women, A while ago, I was online-dating. I matched with a guy who had a pretty basic (but not too basic) profile. We chatted for about a week before I suggested that we meet in person. During that week, I had told him which part of the city I lived in, but not exactly where (I knew that he was 1km away). For a couple of days, he made excuses about being too busy to meet and then he suddenly went into confessional mode. He told me that his name was not his name; his picture was not his picture; and finally, that he was in an unhappy, sexless marriage. He said that "everything else" he had told me was true - the only other thing we'd really talked about was 'Macbeth', so at least he didn't lie about his interests in Shakespeare, never mind his whole identity. Naturally, I stopped talking to him. Later that night, a woman screamed on my street. At that exact moment, the Catfish messaged me asking if the scream was me. He claimed to have run out of his house to see who the scream belonged to. I live alone so this was especially terrifying. Through a few guarded questions, I deduced that he lived exactly opposite me. Unfortunately, the pictures I used on the dating site were of me. He got progressively beggy that night - I told some friends and blocked him. Needless to say, I was very suspicious of all my neighbours. Drunk Women - my questions for you - was this guy just hedging his bets when he asked if the scream was me? Had he seen me on our street and created an account trying to seek me out? Was this coincidence or was it very calculated? - You're the best! Zoe

Barneysdad ,

Good but a bit rambling

I listened to the sara pascoe ep and it was fun but one of the presenters must be fiddling with a pen or something which was insanely irritating…. Hopefully just on that one episode …. If so give it a go as fun albeit a bit rambling

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