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By Charlotte Jones


Forgotten. Left by their families. Hiding secrets. Can a friendship fill the silence?

Airswimming by the award winning playwright Charlotte Jones is the incredible story of Dora and Persephone, two women shunned by society for daring to be different. Can these ‘moral imbeciles’ survive? They have fifty years to find out.



Directed by the critically acclaimed Sydney director, Anthony Skuse, NewPlay Productions brings fresh Australian talent to the dark, underground atmosphere of The Vaults Theatre this October.



My God, we’ve been treading water for years, haven’t we? When we should have been swimming. Forgot about us for years and years. How could they have done that? That’s not how it was supposed to be.  – Airswimming



                                 - The Attic LDN 



                          - The Reviews Hub




18th - 30th October 2016

Tuesday - Saturday 8.00pm

Thursday and Saturday Matinee 2.30pm

Sundays 7.00pm




General Admission from £12 - £18

Concessions from £10 - £15



Entrance to Airswimming is via our

Launcelot Street entrance


110 Minutes / No interval



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