Tag Archives: New Diorama Theatre

Voyager @ The New Diorama Review

A theatre that invites a variety of work through its doors, produced by individual theatre companies, presents Voyager, a new devised show collaboratively created by Idle Motion. A devised show of a cast of five, Voyager, is an exploration into our nature using imagery and enlightened storytelling. Creatively presented, this show is inspired by the story of The Golden Record and the 1977 Voyager spacecraft, embarking on its journey of discovery.

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Dog Show @ The New Diorama Theatre

It’s not often we celebrate the idiosyncrasies of dogs; the only time the much loved pets have their moment in the spotlight is either for a Dog’s Trust Campaign or during the pomp and pageantry of C.R.U.F.T.S. Described as a ‘man’s best friend’, there’s no doubt that dogs hold a very important affinity to the family household, often considered as an additional family member. Watching a production about dogs may not necessarily sound as appealing a subject matter at first glance, however can Kandinsky‘s Dog Show challenge this perception?

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Down and Out in Paris and London @ The Pleasance Courtyard (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015) Review

Down and Out in Paris and London is a brand new theatrical take on George Orwell’s autobiographical novel, with a modern twist. It is in collaboration with PIT and Greenwich Theatre, with supporting funds from Arts Council England. Written and directed by the New Diorama Theatre’s artistic director, David Byrne and co-directed by Kate Stanley, it is now experiencing sell out performances at the Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh.

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Plastic Figurines @ The New Diorama Review

In recent months, there has been a lot of press about the power of small theatres and the high standard of plays they produce. I visited the New Diorama Theatre, Camden, last week. This small, intimate space is perfect for presenting the close and inescapable bond between siblings that Plastic Figurines explores.

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Shooting with Light @ The New Diorama Theatre Review

It is strange to think that only recently photographs were a relatively expensive thing. Photographers had much more of a mystique attached to them and war photographers were stars. The original war photographers, Gerda Taro and Robert Capo are the subject of this new show by Idle Motion.

Shooting With Light

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