Written & Performed by Molly Taylor

Directed by Jade Lewis 

"My neighbours leave their flat one morning but don't return. Al and Evie, married 40 years, no kids. I have their spare keys. I cannot resist." 

 

Molly's neighbours haven't come home.  

The spare keys are in the lock.

She's over the threshold. 

In a house that will never be lived in the same way again, Molly looks under the rock of a marriage, a family, an existence and brings to light what has been left in the dark. The voices of a past echoed in belongings. Items left behind. Extinguished things.  

 

 

A new play from award winning writer/performer, Molly Taylor pieces together the story of two lives intertwined. Extinguished Things is a vivid, complex and moving look at what it means to spend your life with someone, and the nature of what you leave behind.   

Praise for Love Letters to the Public Transport System 

 

'Fragile and utterly beautiful… reminds us of the reason we're alive’ ★★★★★ Herald

 

'A monologue of extraordinary exuberance and power' ★★★★ Scotsman

 

Critics Circle Award, Adelaide Fringe 2018

01st - 26th Aug 2018

Tickets - ££9 to££11.50

Previews - 1st & 3rd

2-4-1  - 6th & 7th 

60 minutes 

Company

 

Molly Taylor 

Writer & Performer 

Jade Lewis 

Director

Miguel James

Sound Designer

Naomi Kuyck-Cohen

Designer

Zac Macro

Lighting Designer 

Sam Thornber

Production Manager

Harriet Bolwell

Producer 

Photo credit: Zac Macro

©2018 by Sam Thornber and Harriet Bolwell
 

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