A "one-woman" stand up comedy show performed by Jane Cronin in Torrevieja July 2008. Everything they didn't tell you when you bought your house in Spain.

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Not Mentioned in the Brochure - Part One


Not Mentioned in the Brochure - Part Two


Not Mentioned in the Brochure - Part Three


Not Mentioned in the Brochure - Part Four


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