The Girl Who Fell Tickets
‘Powerful. Piercing. Laugh-out-loud.’
‘A warm piece of theatre brimming over with emotional honesty’
The Spy In The Stalls
Stage Traffic Productions and Eilene Davidson present the world premiere of The Girl Who Fell, a powerful new play by Sarah Rutherford, former Writer in Residence at Park Theatre and writer of sell-out hit Adult Supervision.
“It seems wrong that she experienced something so huge without me.
Like if your kids had sex before you did.”
Teenager Sam’s dead.
After some social media foolishness.
And everyone says it’s her mum’s fault.
When bereaved mother Thea sets off on a mission to find out why her daughter Sam is dead, she is joined in her journey by bickering teen twins Lenny and Billie, plus Gil — a lost-soul whose life collides with theirs in a way that can only ever get messy.
This poignant and darkly funny play about loss, guilt and snapchat, stars Navin Chowdhry (Gil), Rosie Day (Billie), Will Fletcher (Lenny) and Claire Goose (Thea), and runs for a strictly limited season at Trafalgar Studios from 15 October – 23 November.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time1 hr 40 min (no interval)
Performance dates15 October - 23rd November 2019
This production contains simulated drug use and needles.
Venue InformationTrafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY
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Q&A with Will Fletcher from The Girl Who Fell
A show that is both hilarious and heart-wrenching; The Girl Who Fell by Sarah Rutherford is currently playing at the West End’s Trafalgar Studios 2 until 23 November. This poignant play has received rave reviews and high acclaim and with just a few weeks left to catch it; tickets for The Girl Who Fell are going rapidly. Book now to secure your tickets and save up to £17!
In between the busy 8-show a week schedule, we were lucky enough to pick the brains of Will Fletcher who plays Lenny in The Girl Who Fell and ask him all about the show. Read below to see what Will had to say and for an interesting insight on Rutherford’s play.
11 Nov, 2019 | By Jade Ali