‘Minnie and Winnie’s Winebulance’ another huge success for local comedy duo
The latest comic creations from the local duo responsible for the inimitable “Nuala and Noreen” are taking social media by storm. “Winebulance” drivers “Minnie and Winnie” are the newest comedy pairing from funny women Rozyln Sheridan and Teresa McBride, and with over 48,000 views since their video was posted last week, these girls are proving to be a massive hit!
The hilarious video sees Minnie and Winnie take their Winebulance (an upgraded ice cream van) to the streets of local housing estates in order to “re-wine” the women of Northern Ireland. The laugh-out-loud skit pokes fun once again at “typical Irish women” and has struck a chord throughout the country. Following on from the success of “Know it all with Nuala and Noleen”, the “Irish Mammies”, the “Yummie Mummies” and the “Farmer’s Wives”, Rozlyn and Teresa have perfectly captured Irish wit and humour.
Shared and reshared on YouTube, Facebook and by national and local media sites, both Roslyn and Teresa say they are delighted with the positive reaction to the wacky pairings who almost everyone can relate to. The formidable funny women are no strangers to the comedy scene having entertained packed audiences in Newry Town Hall during a hugely successful run of the rip roaring comedy, “Dirty Dusting” in 2013. They are familiar faces on the Newry drama scene with Rozlyn also running the Sheridan Stage School in Newry and Teresa lecturing in Performing Arts in Southern Regional College.
“We started our page (Know It All with Nuala and Noeleen) only 10 weeks ago and the response has been brilliant!” said Rozlyn.
“We had started to save some of our snapchat videos and family and friends encouraged us to create a page. And that was the start of it! It’s good, clean comedy about typical Irish women.”
The ultimate goal for the comedy partnership is to tour with the self-penned comedy show which they are currently working on. With each new creation proving to be even more popular than the last, Minnie and Winnie’s Winebulance could very well pull up at a theatre near you in the not too distant future.