With the 20th anniversary of the Princess’s untimely death upon us, this new drama explores the subterfuge and deception which lead to a scorching climax and changed celebrity, privacy, and the Windsor family forever. More…
'The Diana Tapes' moves swiftly between Morton’s office, the sitting room where the Princess recorded her darkest secrets onto cassettes, and the dingy West London cafe where one of her best friends surreptitiously handed them over. This play allows us to consider the role of the media in our cultural institutions and governing bodies, and the impact it has on our perceptions, then and now.
See it if The acting and the costumes steel the show. The transition are very entrancing. Made great use of the space. Down town theatre at its best.
Don't see it if If you want lots of production value.
See it if This play is a wonderful job of turing history into a provocative and compelling piece of theatre.
Don't see it if Go see it in LONDON! I hear its going there next. Amazing!
See it if You’re young and don’t have many memories of Princess Diana, you may find this enlightening.
Don't see it if You were around to live through Princess Diana’s life, death and martyrdom...you’ve already lived through, seen and know this play.
See it if you are interested in a behind-the-scenes look at the Princess Diana story. Very creative staging and scene changes.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of plays about the royal family or of British accents, uneven at times.
See it if You want to hear Princess Di talk about (over and over) her Prince Charles issues, her mental health issues, and seeking revenge.
Don't see it if You want to see a show with a beginning, a middle, and an end. This show starts out well, and then sort of trails off.....