Zoe Lewis’ follow up one-woman play runs at the Soho Theatre Downstairs until 9 June 2012.
In 1984 Lesley, an ordinary lass from Manchester is ‘Touched for the very first time’ by Madonna. Thus begins a lifelong love affair until the world’s biggest pop star gets married and ditches the pointy bra in favour of twinsets and pearls. Lesley feels betrayed and the clock is ticking. What if, when you are ready to settle down, you find you’ve left it too late?
Lewis' play is billed as a "a gut-wrenching look at the thirty-something dilemma" and will include "pop classics, IVF and tears" in a "riotously funny and wry look at modern womanhood."
The play completes Lesley’s journey from a 14 year old virgin in Touched … For The Very First Time which ran at Trafalgar Studios in 2009 in which Frost also starred.
The performance will be followed by a Q&A with Frost and Lewis.
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