Raunchy comedy Sex In Suburbia looks to hit the spot with Ipswich Regent audiences.

Sex In Suburbia, coming to the Ipswich Regent in March.

Sex In Suburbia, coming to the Ipswich Regent in March. - Credit: Archant

Based on real stories from real women, new comedy Sex In Suburbia promises to hit the spot with Ipswich Regent audiences.

There's plenty of music too.

There's plenty of music too. - Credit: Archant

The cast includes West End and screen star Claire Sweeney, who has co-written the play with Mandy Muden.

Set to the backdrop of musical anthems like I’m Every Woman and I Want To Break Free, it’s the story of late-night radio phone-in host and leading agony aunt Penny Crowe who prefers dishing relationship advice out than taking it.

Exploring the mysteries of men, dating, finding Mr Right and motherhood, brave audience members will be invited on stage to share their own personal dating stories in exchange for an Ann Summers goodie bag.

Sex In Suburbia comes to the Ipswich Regent on Monday, March 16. Tickets are on sale now.