A new mum to son, Jaxon, born last year, Claire is now on the road with the production which hits Tunbridge Wells this month before returning to Bromley in May.
So what prompted the actress, singer and presenter to fess up now?
“I was doing a one woman show called Tell Me On A Sunday, which is about a woman looking for love in all the wrong places and it was kind of a mirror image of my life at the time,” remembers Claire, 43.
So I did start writing it down and from there we got a show.” It’s a brave step from chatting with your mates to sharing your intimate experiences with anyone in the country who buys a ticket to your show, though. A lot of my stories aren’t in the final show; some of them are but we just went for the most entertaining and the ones that worked best with the audience.” Was it a case of having to sit her mum down and explain what she had in mind?“Ah, I just got on with it, mum’s not a prude,” says independent Claire, who plays herself appearing as a celebrity guest at the fictional radio station where the action is set.Co-written by Claire and her friend Mandy Muden, it tells of Penny Crowe, who is the host of the station’s late-night phone-in.Browse our free online casual dating ads according to region.Here we list all the single male and female members looking to hookup in Kent, UK.
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We’ve seen actress Claire Sweeney in various guises – as Brookside’s troublemaking Lindsey Corkhill, as the chatty girl-next-door on the Loose Women panel and in fine voice in a whole host of West End musicals.
But the closest we’ve seen Claire come to risque was when she won Rear Of The Year in 2001.
Well now she’s letting all of the skeletons come tumbling out of the closet in a new musical comedy about sex and dating disasters which she’s co-written based on some of her own experiences, Sex In Suburbia.