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Eleanor Conway’s, ‘Walk of Shame - Part 2 (Reality Bites)’ UK To

Harpenden Public Halls in Harpenden

Saturday 25th May 2019

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

After a sell out 100 date, 10 country tour she's back! Premiering her award winning follow up show WALK OF SHAME - Part 2 (Reality Bites).

 
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Eleanor Conway’s, ‘Walk of Shame - Part 2 (Reality Bites)’ UK To on Saturday 25th May 2019

Ferocious clubber Eleanor Conway has always been a woman of extremes; she partied around the world as a music journo, made porn, Tinder'd her way through most of London... After a sell out 100 date, 10 country tour she's back. Premiering her award winning follow up show WALK OF SHAME - Part 2 (Reality Bites).

Conway’s superpower used to be ‘The Blackout’ - A power so strong it meant she could fast forward to the future using only Prosecco and a girls night out. She maybe sober but she’s not clean; still wearing her only bra, still dating men way too young for her and still banned from Tinder.

What happens when you wake up out of your last blackout & realise the party is over? Ex party girl, Eleanor Conway is now sober, and discovering that reality is harsh when you don't have something to take the 'edge' off. Fresh from the success of the first show, this filthy fire bomb returns with an award winning sequel about what happens when you stop chasing the 'perfect' version of you and realise she's been there all along.

Eleanor has regularly been performing standup since 2014. An experienced music presenter she’s interviewed everyone from 50 Cent to Justin Bieber and spent her 20’s cavorting round the world for Ministry of Sound and Virgin Music. An advocate for drug and alcohol rehabilitation in 2018 she hosted Kaleidoscope’s 50th celebration at the House of Lords as well as writing about her experiences dating in sobriety for The Guardian and guesting on BBC’s Woman’s Hour.

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