Theatre review: People, Places And Things a painful look at the vice-like grip of addiction

Addicts relapse and fall back into old patterns in Pangdemonium's affecting and emotionally draining play, People, Places And Things. PHOTO: PANGDEMONIUM
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Singtel Waterfront Theatre@Esplanade
Sunday, 8pm

For alcohol and drug addicts, people, places and things can be dangerous. They can cause addicts to relapse and fall back into old patterns, and an integral part of patients’ 12-step treatment programme is to make a list of these as a way of pre-empting the pitfalls of “real life”.

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