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Trafalgar Studios 2, London4.418 reviews
Dark comedy The Girl Who Fell by Sarah Rutherford heads to Trafalgar Studios for a strictly limited run.

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The Girl Who Fell, the poignantly hilarious play by Sarah Rutherford, is set to make a splash in the West End's Trafalgar Studios. The highly-praised production has received a fleet of five-star reviews and London theatre tickets for The Girl Who Fell are expected to sell out faster than the Law of Gravity. We just know that you are itching to get your hands on The Girl Who Fell tickets

The Girl Who Fell West End tickets for the Trafalgar Studios run are now available! Be among the first to book for this highly anticipated production!

What is Sarah Rutherford's The Girl Who Fell play about?

"It's just not right that she experienced the facts of life without me. Like if your kids did the dirty before you did."

Sam is dead at just the tender age of fifteen. All because of social media. Or is someone else at fault here?

Sam's mother and chaplain, Thea, is struggling with the aftermath of her daughter's suicide. Sam was naughty online, and Thea did something bad that she will never forgive herself for. Blamed by others and blaming herself, Thea embarks on a mission to understand what drove Sam to take her own life and where she is now, if anywhere at all. She is joined by the odd teenage twins, Billie and Lenny, plus Gil, who is a lost young soul colliding with theirs in a way that could change the whole game. The most dangerous leg of their adventure that could help shed light on Sam's death is just beyond the horizon, and Thea's awakening is not what she had pictured it would be.

Spotlight on Scottish playwright Sarah Rutherford

Born in Edinburgh and brought up in the Scottish Highlands, emerging playwright and screenwriter Sarah Rutherford boasts a first-class Oxford degree in English and a PhD at Edinburgh University. She trained as an actress at the Guildford School of Acting before crossing over into writing. She is now an inaugural Writer in Residence at Park Theatre, London, where her critically acclaimed play Adult Supervision enjoyed rave reviews and certified “fresh” by the Daily Mail. Directed by Jez Bond, the 2013 play Adult Supervision was also nominated for a Best Off-West End Production at the WhatsOnStage Awards. Rutherford is now currently working on various TV and film projects, including Hybrid Vigour, What You Do To People, In Neon, and a monologue piece entitled La Barbe. The Girl Who Fell marks the playwright’s first play to run in London’s West End.

The cast and creatives of The Girl Who Fell

This dark comedy will star Navin Chowdry (BBC's Doctor Foster) as Gil, Rosie Day (Outlander) as Billie, Will Fletcher (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduate, making his debut) as Lenny and Claire Goose (Generation Z) as Thea.

The creative team sees Hannah Price as director. She is currently the Co-Artistic Director and Founder of Theatre Uncut. Her vast directing credits include Again (Trafalgar Studios), Call to Prayer (Southwark Playhouse) and In A Very Real Sense (Soho Theatre). The play will be produced by Eilene Davidson Productions who's recent credits include Grinning Man (Trafalgar Studios), Emilia (Vaudeville Theatre), The Starry Messenger (Wyndham's Theatre), On Your Feet (London's Coliseum and UK Tour) and 9 to 5 The Musical (Savoy Theatre). 

Why you should see The Girl Who Fell play at the Trafalgar Studios 2

The Girl Who Fell, which is directed by Hannah Price, is a surprisingly comical play filled with dark, offbeat comedy and provocative scenarios. It is a play that answers to the young generation and their parents and explores feelings of guilt, loss, and scandalous Snapchat behaviour by the writer of the sell-out play, Adult Supervision, and former Park Theatre Writer in Residence Sarah Rutherford. You don't want to miss what the critics have called 'cracking', 'outrageously funny', (The Telegraph), 'fiercely funny' (Time Out) and a 'sparky, modern show' with a 'fresh voice' (Daily Mail).

Book your tickets for Sarah Rutherford’s darkly funny play The Girl Who Fell at London's Trafalgar Studios for the long-awaited West End run.

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Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

1 hr 40 min (no interval)

Performance dates

15 October - 23rd November 2019

Special notes

This production contains simulated drug use and needles.

Venue Information

Trafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY

Customer Reviews

18 reviews4.4

Susan Blair24th November

Fabulously play superbly written and acted

larry laks15th November

Excellent vehicle to explain and bring to the surface “bullying”. Well done

Donald L. Pastor15th November

Provocative issues and interpersonal dynamics very well acted. Perhaps a bit over-written; more twists and revelations than were helpful or necessary.

Emil Bojanov10th November

My only grievance is that the lady who played the teenager is way, way too beautiful. It was distracting.

Donna Wiik10th November

Great play! I was really very pleased with the performance.

Mike9th November

Very good characters and acting by all especially Claire

Happy3rd November

I really enjoyed, the cast was great, good acting and all was great. I am really sorry there were not so many people in audience as it is a great play! Thank you to all!

Emma Frith28th October

Amazing actors, in an intimate theatre, addressing v timely themes.

Gina Gola27th October

Actors worked really hard in this performance but the story was a bit dry. Would have been great if there was a bit more focus on why Sam actually killed herself in my view. Also a little more character development would have been great.

M J Bradshaw27th October

A surprise in a small venue. Enjoyable. Good venue

C.R25th October

very well acted

Mr Ian Thomson23rd October

A little too long and a little far fetched at times. The two younger actors were very good.