A two-woman comedy about one woman's struggle to stage a one-woman drama about Frida Kahlo, with two women in it... When quiet, unassertive Zoe agrees to let an old university chum sleep on her sofa for 'just a couple of nights', little does she imagine how much her life will be blown apart. For Ruth - vain, driven, and totally narcissistic, is an unemployed actor and extraordinarily cross about it. And when Ruth determines to show the World a thing or two by writing and starring in a play of her own, the hapless Zoe is dragged unwillingly into playing a supporting role or eight. Wickedly funny, caustic and absurd, this new comedy brilliantly performed by Laura Kirman and Cecily Nash has a surprising twist of a happy ending. Well, happy-ish.