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Post Traumatic Slay Disorder
New Writing + A Queer Interrogation

Post Traumatic Slay Disorder

A young woman's adventures post-diagnosis & sitting down with her demons has never been cuter

This show is part of A Queer Interrogation, a season curated by Tom Ratcliffe for The Takeover.
Explore the full season & find out more here!



"I was embarrassed. I started to cry... so I had to take a picture of myself”


A dark comedy following twenty-something waitress Kit who moves to London with a fresh diagnosis, PTSD.

When she isn’t pretending to be famous on the tube, she’s hoping she’ll collapse on the restaurant floor and never have to work again. Living in a generation that navigates mental illness through TikTok trends, Kit is THE main character and sitting down with her demons has never been cuter. If she doesn’t laugh, she’ll cry (and probably take a picture of it).

Following her nomination as an emerging writer by BBC New Writing North, Lois-Amber Toole makes her debut at King's Head Theatre.


Writer & Performer | Lois-Amber Toole
Director | Florence Winter Hill

Ticket Price

£10 - £15


21 - 22 Apr 2023


The King's Head Theatre



Duration | 60 min approx. 
Age | 16 + 
Content Warnings | Eating disorders, PTSD, sexual assault, swearing.

Part of the A Queer Interrogation season ticket offer!

  • Book x2 shows, get 10% off.
  • Book x3 or more shows, get 20% off.


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