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The Wonderful World of Dissocia Tickets

London
16 Sep 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

The Wonderful World of Dissocia Information

What would you do if you lost an hour from your day? How far would you go to rescue what you’ve lost?

In search of a lost hour that that has tipped the balance of her life, Lisa Jones is on a quest through a surreal world, filled with insecurity guards, flying cars, singing polar bears and wild-goose chases. The inhabitants of Dissocia are a curious blend of the funny, the friendly and the downright brutal. 

Anthony Neilson’s cult play is a poignant and comical delve into the nature of mental illness.

As Neilson himself puts it, 'if you like Alice in Wonderland but there's not enough sex and violence in it, then Dissocia is the show for you'.

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Opening date

September 16th, 2022

Closing date

October 15th, 2022

Categories

Play

Venue

Theatre Royal Stratford East

Cast and creative

By: Anthony Neilson
Director: Emma Baggott
Cast list: Leah Harvey, Archie Backhouse, Leander Deeny, Michael Grady-Hall, Dominique Hamilton, Daniel Millar, Phoebe Naughton, Tomi Ogbaro
Set: Grace Smart
Costume: Grace Smart
Lighting: Lucía Sánchez Roldán
Sound: Alexandra Faye Braithwaite
Movement: Angela Gasparetto

Latest The Wonderful World of Dissocia News & Features

Find out the full cast for the 15th anniversary of The Wonderful World of Dissocia. The play begins previews at Theatre Royal Stratford East on 16 September, with an opening on 22 September, and performances to 15 October. The play explores Lisa Jones as she lives with a mental illness and tries to rescue what she believe she’s lost in a surreal world. Leah Harvey will play Lisa Jones. They are best known for their BAFTA-nominated performance in Foundation on Apple TV. They've also starred in...

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