Sharon Osbourne comes to the West End and Birmingham with live show

Sharon Osbourne is to take to the stage in London’s West End and Birmingham “live and unleashed”.

Sharon Osbourne – Cut The Crap! will see the media personality “reveal all about some of the hardest years of her eventful life”.

The show will take place at London’s Fortune Theatre on 21 January and The Alexandra, Birmingham on 24 January. Tickets for both shows are on sale now here.

A teaser shares: “For over two decades, Sharon Osbourne has been a force to be reckoned with on our TV screens. Both on and off camera she’s had to battle the scrutiny that comes with life in the limelight – and has never been a stranger to controversy. Now she makes the leap to the stage – live and unleashed – in Sharon Osbourne – Cut The Crap!

“Sharon promises to reveal all about some of the hardest years of her eventful life – from the anguish of a broken marriage and heavy metal icon husband Ozzy’s infidelities to the constant spectre of drug abuse in her family, the loss of friends, betrayal by colleagues, and her ongoing battles with mental health issues”

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In 2002, Sharon, her iconic heavy metal husband Ozzy, and their kids made their debut on our screens through MTV’s groundbreaking reality show, The Osbournes. The show offered an unfiltered look into the family’s wild life in Beverly Hills. Later, in 2007, she took a seat on the judging panel for the second season of America’s Got Talent” alongside Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff.

Sharon’s literary journey began with the publication of her first autobiography, Extreme, in October 2005. This memoir soared to the top of the Sunday Times Bestseller List, where it maintained its position for an impressive 15 weeks.

Now, in this exclusive LIVE experience, audience members will have the extraordinary opportunity to engage with Sharon directly. Prepare to dive deep into her remarkable life as she candidly “Cuts The Crap” live on stage.

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