The Wonderful World of Dissocia
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Lisa has lost an hour. This hour is the key to restoring balance to her life but in order to retrieve it she must journey to the Wonderful World of Dissocia. A wonderland where she meets insecurity guards, a deviant scapegoat and even a singing polar bear. However there are darker forces in Dissocia who will stand in her way and desperately try to keep her from leaving. In the end she will have to fight for her missing hour, and perhaps her own sanity. But how much is she willing to lose? www.egtg.co.uk

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