This page features links to further
pages, each giving details of Tricolore Theatre Company productions. These
include two bilingual (English-Italian) plays, one in production
and one in development, two English language play, Tricolore's bilingual storytelling
workshops for children, our show celebrating the poetry and prose
of Giacomo Leopardi and archive photographs and programmes of the
Pirandello readings and performances that launched Tricolore in
Tricolore also provides orators / presenters in English and Italian (see right). Contact us for further details.
Click on any image below right for the corresponding link.
Tricolore's second bilingual production
for family entertainment, La Catena
d'Oro / The Golden Chain, set in the Commedia dell'Arte tradition, was premiered in London in June 2012. The Golden Chain
page includes production shots, a synopsis and a link to a trailer on YouTube.
Man/L’Ometto di Pan Pepato is
Tricolore's first bilingual play for children.
Man page includes video excerpts from a live performance, audience
feedback and details of the Gingerbread Man Education Pack.
Tricolore's first bilingual creative writing course for children takes place in October & November 2010. Click the picture on the right for full details on the children's page.
Tricolore offers bilingual
storytelling sessions for children aged 4-8, including
games, songs, poems and fun. A wide selection of stories is available to suit any
The Children's page includes bilingual synopses
and a poster.
Tricolore recently toured the premiere production of Penny Culliford's play Warden Pie.
Tricolore's production of The
Condor and the Maiden premiered at the King's
Head Theatre in London
N1 in March 2010. The Condor and the Maiden page includes
a montage of video extracts from the production.
Tricolore's celebration of the poetry
and prose of Giacomo Leopardi is also available for private
Leopardi page includes a programme and a review of the premiere
performance at the Italian Cultural Institute in
London in September 2009.
The success of this event has inspired us to create a further celebration of the work of Dante. See the Leopardi page for a poster.
Tricolore offers bilingual Murder
Mystery evenings all'Italiana. Click the image on the right for a
The Pirandello page
includes photographs and a programme from Tricolore's inaugural
production of three plays based on stories by Pirandello, at London's Italian
Cultural Institute in February 2008.
Tricolore took part in the 2008 Teatroshorts Festival with a further Pirandello production: The Man with
a Flower in His Mouth.