She has delusions of grandeur and wants to become the biggest star in the universe – or at least in Borehamwood – and spills her guts out to her guests over a highly unconventional Friday night dinner.
‘Dark, provocative and wild, would do Mel Brookes proud.’
There will be twists and turns, gruesome deaths and comedy at its darkest and most horrifying. Think Gypsy meets Stepford Wives, or Sunset Boulevard meets The Exorcist.
'Wow. Just, wow...'
'Deliciously dark Jewish humour ... not one for the prudish.'