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New drama focuses on dementia

New drama focuses on dementia
October 2, 2018 Judith Simms

A new play – The Disappearance of Eliza Grey, by Susannah Hallcroft, makes its debut this month with performances in Sheffield, Stafford and Tamworth.

“Eliza’s plan was to tell a story, but then her friends start telling her story for her, without her say. Her story becomes central to a criminal investigation. It spirals out of control, leaving her questioning everything about herself and her friends.”

The play ties in with our own recent focus on dementia, and will be performed in three venues:

Saturday 13th October, 7.30pm
Tapton Hill Congregational Church, Sheffield S10 5GB
Tickets £5 – available on the door
For more details, telephone: 0114 232 5790   or email:

Saturday 20th October, 7.30pm
St John’s Church, Bedford Avenue, Stafford ST16 3RP
Tickets £5 – available on the door, or
telephone: 01785 253 493   or   07979 237 365   or
email:   or

Tuesday 13th November, 7.30pm
St Francis’s Church, Masefield Drive, Tamworth, Staffordshire B79 8JB
Tickets £5 – telephone: 01827 319 945

To discuss the possibility of hosting a further performance of the play, please contact Su Hallcroft via

The Disappearance of Eliza Grey is an inventive and entertaining show, with Eliza’s diagnosis at the heart of it.”