Sidney Jones was – briefly – a pop sensation in the 1980’s. Now, she’s forty, facing bankruptcy and heading towards pop oblivion. But armed with a promising new album and a household of flunkies, including her toy-boy, personal assistant and desparate manager, Sidney thinks she has one last chance at A-list glory … but she’s also attempting to adopt a baby from Africa to fulfil her passionate desire for motherhood.
Baby hunger. Returning to the feisty mood of her hit The Female of the Species, Joanna Murray-Smith in Rockabye gives our self-involved, celebrity-obsessed culture a satirical duff-up.