Tricolore Theatre Company


The Promotion of International Culture

Tricolore Carnevale 2010

Tricolore is a professional theatre company based in London and dedicated to the promotion of international culture, literature and language.

The company first appeared at the Italian Cultutal Institute in February 2008, giving performed readings of three short plays by Pirandello, newly adapted by Robert Cohen.  

Tricolore's work has continued its broadly (though not exclusively) Italian theme, celebrating the work of Italian poets and playwright, and offering bilingual (English & Italian) productions for both children and adults.  

RAI Italia TV Documentary featuring Tricolore Theatre Company

Nadia Ostacchini

Nadia Ostacchini

Nadia Ostacchini is a professionally trained actress, raised in London of Italian parents (mother from Treviso and father from Parma). She is a fluent Italian speaker with a B.A. (Hons.) degree in Italian from University College London, graduating in 1994.

Nadia has lived and worked in Treviso and Bologna and, notably, in Venice as an interpreter and translator to an Arts Consultant at the Salvador Dali exhibition.  

Since graduating from the Academy Drama School in London in 2003, she has toured the UK, Slovenia and Italy. In 2005 she toured Italian theatres in a bilingual Italian/English production of Hansel and Gretel (pictured below). In 2006, she played Hermia in an open-air production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Nadia Ostacchini in Hansel and Gretel