It got rave reviews at Edinburgh. It got rave reviews at Soho Theatre. And now Milly Thomas’ award-winning, one-woman, post-suicide play Dust has got a fresh round of rave reviews in its West End transfer. We’ve rounded up some of the most recent review highlight – plus the brand-new show trailer – below. Time to get booking!
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Did you miss Milly Thomas’ Dust, set after the protagonist’s suicide, at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe or at Soho Theatre? Let our production photo gallery be a reminder to book now so you don’t miss this award-winning one-woman play gets its limited West End premiere next month at Trafalgar Studios. Also, catch up with Milly as she misses this year’s Edinburgh in preparation.
Following award-winning, sell-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and Soho Theatre, Dust by Milly Thomas, directed by Sara Joyce, will transfer to the West End’s Trafalgar Studios (4 September to 13 October 2018).