Credit: The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

Dalloway at Edinburgh Fringe

Focusing on a generation struggling to live in the post-war years, Dalloway promises to present an unsettling view of the war’s more subtle yet pervasive effects.

Venue: Assembly Roxy (Venue 139)
Dalloway is based on Virginia Woolf's modernist novel, Mrs. Dalloway, which offers a feminist response to the post First World War years. Dealing with subjects of depression, shell shock and family Mrs. Dalloway is one of Woolf's most powerful novels offering a series of unsettling vignettes of post-war London. Despite the uninventive name change, Dalloway has the potential to be one of the best and most insightful war productions at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014.

Assembly Roxy (Venue 139)
2 Roxburgh Place
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