pixel dust / wondr

Clare Bayley / Poppy Burton-Morgan

Roxy Upstairs (Assembly)

3rd - 28th August

show details

Clapham Omnibus (previews)

7.30pm July 27th – Wondr
7.30pm July 28th – Pixel Dust
7.30pm July 29th – Pixel Dust
7.30pm July 30th – Wondr

Pixel Dust

Edinburgh Festival 2017

Roxy Upstairs (Assembly)
1.10pm August 3rd – 28th (Pixel Dust odd days, Wondr even days)

Pixel Dust

In 2017 Metta Theatre are taking two new plays to the Edinburgh Festival – both solo shoes exploring internet addiction and digital identity. 

pixel dust

Daniella swings from meme to meme, a tarzan of the datafields. Bronzed and hairless, she needs no one and no one needs her. But offline she is struggling to find her place in a new school and a new town. Can she find the answers she needs about who she really is through this digital odyssey?

From award-winning Clare Bayley (The Container, Young Vic; Mouthful Trafalgar Studios) Pixel Dust is a bold new play that defies categorisation, featuring video design from William Reynolds (The Gambler, Royal Opera House; Turn of The Screw, Aldeburgh). Starring Simone James (365, National Theatre Scotland; Citzenship, National Theatre; Great Expectations, English Touring Theatre.)


Distracted by giving an imaginary Ted talk to her bathroom mirror, social media phenomenon Faith Allgood (@WondrWomanUK) is running late for the school run. She’s glitching. Little does she know her world is about to implode… Darkly comic this genre-busting debut play, from acclaimed director Poppy Burton-Morgan (Mouthful, Trafalgar Studios), is both tense thriller and allegory of digital identity. Directed by Amanda Huxtable, designed by William Reynolds (Dark Vanilla Jungle; Fringe First) and starring Simone James (365, National Theatre Scotland; Citzenship, National Theatre; Great Expectations, English Touring Theatre.)

Supported by Arts Council England and a Small Arts Award from the Wellcome Trust
The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to improving health. They provide more than £700 million a year to support bright minds in science, the humanities and the social sciences, as well as education, public engagement and the application of research to medicine.

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Writer (Pixel Dust) | Clare Bayley
Writer (Wondr) | Poppy Burton-Morgan
Director (Pixel Dust) | Poppy Burton-Morgan
Director (Wondr) | Amanda Huxtable
Set, Lighting & Video Designer | William Reynolds
Sound Designer | Elena Pena
Scientific Advisor | Professor Andrew Przybylski, Oxford University
Scientific Advisor |
Professor Pete Etchells, Bath University