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When It All Turns To Dust

Iona McTaggart

Sat 11th Mar - Sun 12th Mar
16:40 (
60 mins)
Theatre
Funny / New Writing / Underrepresented Voices
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Cage
Age Guidance: 15+
Contains references to suicide and themes of loss.

Bill’s been feeling more and more like a ghost these days.

Billy’s been feeling like a ghost because he’s dead.

Tomorrow, the condemned estate they call home will be dust.

Tomorrow, the council push the big red button and their world changes forever.

A modern ghost story, ‘When It All Turns To Dust’ is a funny, poignant look at what it means to be a Londoner when London doesn’t feel like home anymore. Highly Commended for the Tony Craze Award ’22, the play is an exploration of loss, life and community for our changing times.
Inspired by the real stories of the people that called Elephant & Castle’s Heygate Estate home for over 40 years, this world-premiere of ‘When It All Turns to Dust’ by Iona McTaggart is directed by Grace Duggan. Grace’s credits include ‘What If If Only’ (Royal Court) and ‘after birth’ (Omnibus, Northwall & UK tour).

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Sat 11th Mar
4.40pm
Cage
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The Vaults
Leake Street
Sun 12th Mar
4.40pm
Cage
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The Vaults
Leake Street

Iona McTaggart

Iona McTaggart is a writer, actor and spoken word poet. Her work has been performed at Pleasance Theatre Islington, Theatre503 and The Roundhouse. When It All Turns To Dust is her playwriting debut and was Highly Commended for the Tony Craze Award, 2022.

Press & Reviews

Soho Theatre Announces Tony Craze Award 2022 Winner (broadwayworld.com)

Cast & Creative Team Written by Iona McTaggart (she/her)
Directed by Grace Duggan (she/her)
Lighting Design by Josie Ireland (she/they)
Producer Jo Chard (they/them)
Poster artwork by Laura Whitehouse (she/her)
Press & Marketing by Aurora Lewis-Green (she/her)

Photo by Stewart Marsden.


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