New Diorama Theatre
Artistic director: David Byrne
Executive Producer: Sophie Wallis
New Diorama Theatre - seats 80
15-16 Triton Street
London NW1 3BF
Great Portland St. (Circle, Hammersmith & Metropolitan)
Warren St. (Northern & Victoria)
Euston Sq. (Circle, Hammersmith & Metropolitan)
Kings Cross, St. Pancras, Euston
Great Portland Street Station/ Euston
C2, 18, 27, 30, 88, 205, 453
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.
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.
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.
With 3 actors and live music, Still Ill looks at the search for meaning that follows a diagnosis of Functional Neurological Disorder, and how it feels to be told there's nothing physically wrong with you when your brain is telling you you're sick.Previews from:
Tuesday 16 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 27 January 2018
It Made Me Consider Me
Welcome to the tour. The tour of you. Time has changed. We now enter a new realm of freedom. Of managing expectations. Literally. This is all about the new you. Remember nothing and look forward. Please leave all questions until the end.Previews from:
Wednesday 24 January 2018Closes:
Wednesday 21 February 2018
A Girl In School Uniform (Walks Into A Bar)
There are blackouts. No one knows what's causing them. Now Steph and Bell, a schoolgirl and barmaid, have to search for their missing friend, until the outside world starts infecting the theatre that stands around them.Previews from:
Tuesday 30 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 17 February 2018
Bold Knights Of Britain
The magical faraway kingdom of Britain is under attack. Immigrants are invading and the nation's rulers are powerless to stop them. Only one group stands in their way - A brutal black comedy about angry people, nationalism and extremism.Previews from:
Tuesday 27 February 2018Closes:
Saturday 3 March 2018
It's 1961 and the concrete's just been poured for a brand new housing estate. It's beautiful, not because of the clean lines, indoor toilets and wide windows, but because the idea behind it is beautiful. This is the future, and it's for everyone.Previews from:
Tuesday 6 March 2018Closes:
Saturday 31 March 2018
Secret Life Of Humans
In 1949, Dr Jacob Bronowski installs a secret, alarmed room in his house. Fifty years later his grandson discovers his secrets, unearthing echoes from across six million years of human history, told from the perspective of a century.Previews from:
Tuesday 10 April 2018Closes:
Saturday 5 May 2018
A story connecting two countries, two cities, and two people, told through shifting up the gears of our relationship with the car over decades and across continents.Previews from:
Tuesday 8 May 2018Closes:
Saturday 12 May 2018
Mashing up documentary film, devised theatre and audience interaction, The Drill takes a critical look at emergency preparedness scenarios to consider today's anxieties around security and terrorism.Previews from:
Tuesday 15 May 2018Closes:
Saturday 26 May 2018
Left My Desk
Based on research, interviews and testimonial, Left My Desk is a play about social care in England today, exploring the crisis unfolding throughout our system.Previews from:
Tuesday 29 May 2018Closes:
Saturday 16 June 2018
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