Dinomania

19 Feb – 23 Mar, 2019

About

165 million years ago, an iguanodon is killed in the heart of a rainforest. Time passes, the rainforest becomes the South Downs, and every part of the iguanodon degrades and disappears - except one tooth.

197 years ago, in safe, affluent 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?

Dinomania is a story of scientific endeavour, bitter rivalry and terrible lizards.

This production is supported by Arts Council England, the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation, the Unity Theatre Trust, The Dischma Charitable Trust, The Geological Society and Theatre Arts at London Metropolitan University.

This production is suitable for 14+

Running Time: 1 hour 25 minutes with no interval. 

Quotes & Reviews

PRESS QUOTES FOR KANDINSKY

★★★★ "Fascinating, layered, intelligent" 
The Stage on Still Ill

 

★★★★ "Fresh and striking show from talent on the rise" Evening Standard on Still Ill

 

★★★★ "Melds an astonishing complexity of themes, a mastery of form and a deep, deep humanity … another triumph for Kandinsky" Time Out on Trap Street

The Company

ABOUT KANDINSKY 

Kandinsky is a multi award-winning theatre company with a national and international reputation for exciting, inventive new work.

Previous productions have won the Sunday Times Playwriting Award, Peter Brook Festival Award and OffWestEnd Award for Best Ensemble, and been shortlisted for the Carol Tambor Award. 

Kandinsky are writer Al Smith, writer-director James Yeatman and writer-producer Lauren Mooney.

www.kandinsky-online.com / @kandinskyonline

 

CAST AND CREATIVES

Performed and devised by Janet Etuk, Hamish MacDougall, Sophie Steer and Harriet Webb

Music composed and performed by Zac Gvirtzman 
Co-designers: Joshua Gadsby and Naomi Kuyck-Cohen
Associate Designer: Lizzy Leech
Scenic Artist: Amy Pitt
Consultant Production Manager: Heather Doole
Stage management: Hanne Schulpé 
Director/co-writer: James Yeatman
Producer/co-writer: Lauren Mooney
Dramaturgy: Al Smith

Cast & Creatives


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