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September 4 - October 13, 2018

a rarely innovative handling of a sensitive subject with all the taboos ripped away...unmissable


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I've been dead for three days

Stuck between life and death after a suicide attempt, Alice awakes as a ghost in a morgue. As she watches her family and friends attempt to come to terms with her actions, she learns that her irreversible decision carries a penalty she could never have imagined. A searing and darkly comic exploration of mental health, Dust is a distinctly human work that resonates long after you leave your seat.

A sell-out at Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and at its Soho Theatre engagement, Dust, written and performed by Milly Thomas with direction from Sara Joyce, now comes to the Trafalgar Studios for a limited run this autumn. Both bold and timely, this stunning play is likely to be one of 2018's highlights, with Thomas being one to watch over the coming years.

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Opening night: 4 September 2018


Deals with suicide and adult themes

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One hour and 15 minutes

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