New Diorama Theatre


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Management


Artistic director: David Byrne
Executive Producer: Sophie Wallis

Theatres


New Diorama Theatre - seats 80

Telephone




Box office: 020 7383 9034

Email


Access: Send Mail

Location


Address:
15-16 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

Council: Camden

Region: London

Location map for New Diorama Theatre

Transport


Tube:
Great Portland St. (Circle, Hammersmith & Metropolitan)
Warren St. (Northern & Victoria)
Euston Sq. (Circle, Hammersmith & Metropolitan)

Train:
Kings Cross, St. Pancras, Euston

Buses:

Stop:

Great Portland Street Station/ Euston


Day no:
C2, 18, 27, 30, 88, 205, 453


Night no:
N18

Access information


General

New Diorama is one of the very few small theatres in London to be access friendly to visitors using wheelchairs, guide dogs and other mobility aids.

The access telephone number is the the theatre office number - call if you have special requirements/ needs.

Concessionary priced tickets are offered to disabled and deaf patrons (and their carers) for all performances, subject to availability.

Hearing dogs and guide dogs are welcome.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


Click the image below to go there.


Access link for this theatre


Wheelchair access

Entrance has level access with a push button controlled wide entrance door. The auditiorium, cafe/bar and unlocked accessible toilet are all at this entrance level.

Disabled customers may use the box office phone to arrange a pick up or call a taxi, or alternatively may ask a member of staff to do this.

When booking, mention that you require a wheelchair space so the theatre can find the best seat for you.

Hearing assistance

Working with StageTEXT the theatre offers a captioned performance for every show that runs for two weeks or more. Check the website for details/ schedule.

There is no hearing loop system in the auditorium at present - but check the theatre's website for any devlopements regarding hearing systems.

Current shows


4.48 Psychosis

I had a night in which everything was revealed to me. How can I speak again? The early hours of the morning. You're alone, with only your thoughts. How did you get here? And how do you get out?

Previews from: Tuesday 18 September 2018
Closes: Saturday 13 October 2018

Upcoming shows


It's True, It's True, It's True

Based on surviving court transcripts, this new play dramatises the seven-month trial that gripped Renaissance Rome, and asks how much has changed in the last four centuries.

Previews from: Tuesday 16 October 2018
Closes: Saturday 10 November 2018

Boys

From our tenderness to our silliness, our strength to our vulnerability, from the way we walk, to the pitch of our voice, Boys is a celebration of manhood. We'll show you stories of our brothers, best friends, parents and lovers.

Previews from: Tuesday 27 November 2018
Closes: Saturday 1 December 2018

The War of the Worlds

Inspired by H.G. Wells' sci-novel and Orson Welles' radio adaptation,The War of the Worlds wrestles with the boundaries of truth in a thrilling broadcast of the end of the world.

Previews from: Tuesday 8 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 9 February 2019

Dinomania

197 years ago, in safe, affuent 1820s Sussex, a country doctor finds the tooth. But where does it fit in the story of an earth created by God just 6,000 years ago? A story of scientifc endeavour, bitter rivalry and terrible lizards.

Previews from: Tuesday 19 February 2019
Closes: Saturday 23 March 2019

Keep Watching

London is the most watched city in the world. CCTV catches us on every street corner, while cameras and microphones sit in our pockets. What is private? Do we actually care?

Previews from: Tuesday 2 April 2019
Closes: Saturday 4 May 2019

Operation Mincemeat

The fast-paced, hilarious and unbelievable true story of the twisted secret mission that won us World War II. The question is, how did a well-dressed corpse wrong-foot Hitler?

Previews from: Tuesday 14 May 2019
Closes: Saturday 15 June 2019


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