The Wonderful World of Dissocia


In search of a lost hour that has tipped the balance of her life, Lisa Jones visits a surreal wonderland where she meets insecurity guards, a deviant scapegoat and a singing polar bear, all desperate to keep her there.
The Wonderful World of Dissocia at Arcola Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Arcola Theatre
Starts: Monday 11 March 2019
Closes: Friday 15 March 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Synopsis


"Life's full of clatter, but none of it matters, only who'll hold your paw when you die."


In search of a lost hour that has tipped the balance of her life, Lisa Jones visits a surreal wonderland where she meets insecurity guards, a deviant scapegoat and a singing polar bear, all desperate to keep her there.


Dissocia turns theatrical convention on its head in this tragicomic journey into the underworld of mental illness.


Anthony Neilson's fantastically inventive, wildly comic and deeply moving play is reimagined by Arcola Academy.


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London E8 3DL

Box office tel: 020 7503 1646

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Dates


Previews from:Monday 11 March 2019

Closes:Friday 15 March 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Monday ‑ 8‑00pm

Tuesday ‑ 8‑00pm

Wednesday ‑ 8‑00pm

Thursday ‑ 8‑00pm

Friday ‑ 8‑00pm


Matinee:
-

Tickets


Standard:
£15

Concessions:
£12

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Cast


Keisha Adjei

James Aroussi

Iman Boujelouah

Erin Harris

Kent Ibe

Rosa Lukacs

Oscar O'Brien

Patrick Philpott

Tristan Samek-Ralph

Clinton Shoyemi

Gabriel Sparkes

Ruby Stokes

Ruby Ward

Milly Zero


Creatives


Author: Anthony Neilson
Director: Bec Martin-Williams
Costume designer: Cieranne Kennedy-Bell
Production: Arcola Academy

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