A new play about OCD, Lost in Thought, premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018


We are thrilled to hear that a new play about OCD by Lucy Danser will debut at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018!

Danser uses first- hand experience of living with OCD to explore how intrusive thoughts can control a sufferer's every day and, ultimately, their entire life as well as that of those who love them most. She hopes that Lost in Thought will quash the stereotypes of OCD and help people to develop a better understanding of the condition.

Lost in Thought tells the story of the once bright and ambitious Felicity, a school drop-out, living at home with her single mother Marie and struggling to separate unwanted intrusive thoughts from ‘helpful’, normal ones. As Felicity and Marie attempt to move forward with their lives independently, they are continuously interrupted by Felicity’s condition. Both utterly dependent on her terrified mother and feeling suffocated by her attention it’s only a matter of time before everything comes to a head.

Reviews for Lucy Danser's previous work:

'heart-warming and inspiring' **** Whats on Stage

'a precious gem' **** Three Weeks

'beautifully written...in turns humorous and poignant' **** ScotsGay Magazine

Tickets for the London preview on July 21st at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, London N1 2NA are available now. Purchase tickets here

Lost in Thought premieres at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, running at the Delhi Belly, Underbelly from 2nd-23rd August (not the 13th) at 6:40pm. Book tickets here.