Mortality
  • London Fringe

What if playing it safe is the most dangerous decision? When Dan meets Jade and Lewis in a support group for terminally ill young people, the three form an intense bond very quickly. Feeling like they are going to miss out on the life they should have had, they decide to pursue the extremes of life before the hourglass runs dry. This thrilling chase of life, death, and everything in-between reveals humour, tragedy and love. Mortality explores the potential consequences of inaction, and with funny wit and breakneck pace, asks the audience 'What is the hidden cost of safety?'. This original new writing is Edward Oulton's debut play, directed by Cayvan Coates. Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time. Under 18s are only permitted into the theatre for matinee performances. No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.

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