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Hotel Paradiso

17 Jul to 5 Aug 2021

Underbelly festival

Check into the quirkily ineffective Hotel Paradiso and meet Madame, the charming staff and the bankers who are scheming to repossess the hotel.
Hotel Paradiso at the Underbelly festival

Image courtesy Underbelly festival

Show details

Synopsis


As the tenants introduce us to their beloved home, we witness their battle.


Will they manage to stay open, or will they be forced to move on?


And who is the mysterious writer of love letters to Madame? Spectacular circus skills blend seamlessly with physical comedy and theatrical storytelling in this colourful, loud and hilarious show from renowned international company Lost in Translation.


With thrills, gasps, laughs and drama, there's plenty for both adults and children alike.


Background information, advisory warnings


Age suitability: Recommended for 5+


Trailer



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Theatre


Name:
Underbelly festival


Postal address:
Cavendish Square
London W1G 0PN

Box office tel: -

Box office email: -

Location map for Underbelly festival

Dates


Previews from:Saturday 17 July 2021

Closes:Thursday 5 August 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:

Matinee:
Performances at 2pm - check schedules for days

Running time: To be confirmed

Tickets


Standard:
From £12.50

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Cast


Abigail Collins

Matthew Green

Roisin Morris

Massimiliano Rossetti

Natasha Rushbrooke

Lawrence Swaddle


Creatives


Composer: Peter Reynolds
Director: Chris Dingli
Set designer: Annabel Carberry
Costume designer: Kirsteen Wythe - Tsubi Du
Movement: Roisin Morris
Production: Annabel Carberry; Antonino Giuffré; Lost in Translation in association with Jacksons Lane

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