27 Nov – Dec 1
‘They say you lose eleven minutes of your life when you smoke a ciggie. I lost a whole lot more just trying to light the thing…’
It’s easy to hide in the dark, especially if you don’t tell anyone you’re there. Xan hasn’t left the four walls of his flat in six months. Not since the night he stepped into the neon pits of Soho, where his voice was dragged down the back alleys, never to be heard again. Not by his mates, his sister or his friends. No one. But Moe is coming. Moe will listen. Moe’s about to change a lot of things.
Georgie Bailey’s powerful new play, Drag Me Out, is a deep exploration into the world of PTSD and what we do to ourselves and others in the face of trauma. Imagination can be the strongest coping mechanism when all else seems lost in our minds.