A rare opportunity for a woman to be her true nightmarish self in her rented accommodation uninterrupted by flatmates. Uninterrupted by flatmates because they’re all dead. Thankfully.
“..a provocative, silly and slightly smutty hour with more innuendo than you can shake a ridicule rod at – keep an eye on Aimee Levey.” A Younger Theatre
“It’s not for the faint of heart, but Levey’s commitment means the lone joke lasts the course” The Scotsman
“Such an unusual piece of drama defies normal kinds of recommendation.” Broadway Baby.