Photo credit: Assembly Artwork (Photo courtesy of Donmar Warehouse)

Donmar Warehouse to present ‘Assembly’, created by local community

'Assembly' was due to play in-person performances last year.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Following the in-person performances of Blindness at the Donmar Warehouse, the off-West End theatre returns with a new production. Titled Assembly, the production is from the Donmar Local Company, created by those who live and work in London, available to stream on 20 March.

Inspired by present day situations, Assembly asks how humans can utilise nature and natural resources for a better future. Not everything has to work perfectly, but trial and error is better than nothing as it encourages hope.

Assembly stars a cast of 17, who all reside or work in either Camden or Westminster. The production is written by Nina Segal, with direction by Joseph Hancock, video design and photography by Andrzej Goulding, set and costume design by Frankie Bradshaw, music and sound by Max Pappenheim and lighting design by Sam House.

Upcoming in-person performances at the Donmar Warehouse are to be announced at a later date.

Assembly is available to stream on 20 March. More information can be found here

Photo credit: Assembly Artwork (Photo courtesy of Donmar Warehouse)


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