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A baroque string ensemble with live harpsichord and five singers, a candle-lit palace, a witches’ cave complete with torture implements and eerie soundscapes, and a charming orchard with a supercharged scene from Marlowe’s Queen of Carthage...

 

Kirsty Lang of R4’s Front Row tweeted that she had ‘just seen a magical show in a candle-lit warehouse in Peckham…’

 

Dido had its first sell-out season at the Bussey building in 2013 and a revival at Kings Place in December 2014.

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Kings Place

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

Bussey Building

In the Press

 

'The company is lithe, young and inventive.'

Fiona Maddocks, The Observer.

 

'The whole thing was performed with a big, positive zing.'

Robert Thicknesse, Opera Now.

 

'An entertaining interpretation by a small but dextrous cast.'

Katy S. Austin, bachtrack.

 

'Would I return for another production? Absolutely.'
Alexandra Coghlan, New Statesman.

 

'It was very effective – even creepy.'

Sinfini Magazine.

 

'Exciting company to watch.'

Ed Theakson, A Younger Theatre.

 

'Moody and unsettling atmosphere.'
Imogen Morgan, Off West End

 

'Extremely bold.'

Matthew Partridge, Remote Goat

 

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