First seen at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017 before transferring to London's Soho Theatre earlier this year, the monologue (performed by Thomas) follows a woman, Alice, who watches the aftermath of her suicide.
When the piece premiered in Edinburgh, WhatsOnStage critic Matt Trueman said that "it's a real feat of empathetic acting and, steered by Sara Joyce's supple direction, Thomas sees things from all sides." Thomas went on to win a Stage Edinburgh Award for the piece.
Speaking of the play with WhatsOnStage in February, Thomas said "I had the idea about six years ago but I was too frightened to write it because I knew I would have to perform it."
Dust runs at Trafalgar Studios from 4 September to 13 October. It has direction from Joyce, with set design by Anna Reid, sound design by Max Perryment and lighting design by Jack Weir.