“Trainspotting, la vida en el abismo” it's a play by Harry Gibson adapted from the Irvine Welsh's book "Trainspotting", which resumes the drugs world and their surroundings in a real, intelligent and rude way. It was written at the beginnings of the 90's and still remains as one of the most representative sample of the current world.
On this play, people's laughs will break by the insistence of a drama that we know but we can't realize. The anguish of being on a ecstasy produced by the heroine journey, which they say, it’s better than any orgasm, besides the sensation of having nothing and feeling really bad for being dependent. This play takes our characters into a journey into drugs world where only the strongest can leave. “Trainspotting, la Vida en el abismo” has been played in many cities around the world and has been such a massive success at the box office and for the critics.