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27 & 28 feb


Mrs Green



Francesco Baj


Flavio Marigliani

production team

After its debut at Clapham and Watford Fringe Festivals and a successful run in Rome and Bristol, Teatro Multilingue presents Mrs Green, a unique multilingual journey into the political, economic, social and human implications of Brexit. The show aims at exploring this crucial event in recent European history from as objective and neutral a perspective as humanly possible.

In three languages intertwined (English, français, italiano) but you don’t need to know or speak all of them to follow the story and understand! Teatro Multilingue is the one and only company presenting truly multilingual shows: come discover the surprising effect of multilingualism on the stories we tell!

The story: London. Mrs Green finds a green suitcase in the flat she used to rent to Isabella, an Italian girl in drama school. She gets in touch with her. But is the suitcase Isabella’s or Jacques’, the young French intern in a bank who Isabella used to date?

“Three strangers meet in London during Brexit… This play makes us wonder if the joke was on us.” ★★★★
– London Pub Theatres Magazine

“A new play where languages intertwine and interact seamlessly.”
– Broadway World UK

“A gaze at the aftermath of Brexit through the lens of love.” – Bristol 24/7

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 7:45pm.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. 
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.

Mrs Green

Dyanne White

Dyanne White is a British actress who repatriated to the UK from Italy in 2018 after spending 21 years in Rome. Whilst in Italy she directed and performed extensively with The Miracle Players Theatre Company and The English Theatre of Rome as well as acting in and dubbing many films. She also wrote a bilingual sit-com, Tracy & Polpetta. For the BBC she has performed in roles as diverse as Basil Brush’s scary psychiatrist to working as the presenter Dot on Playdays. She has written over 180 children’s television episodes including Storymakers: Blue Cow & The Bedtime Zone. Her theatre work includes The Gate Theatre, Mercury Theatre and The Bristol Old Vic. She is also one of the few humans to appear in an Aardman Animations stop-motion commercial.


Julia Messina

Julia is a recent graduate from LAMDA (MFA, 2 years) and she is based in London. Originally from Italy, Julia speaks four languages and loves working with projects in Translation. She is also a singer with a strong background in blues and jazz. Theatre credits include Our Town (Rose Theatre - Kingston) and Mrs Green (Teatro Multilingue - UK and Italy tour). On screen she appears in The Nevers (HBO - season 1). LAMDA credits include Antigone (Stef Smith), Pity (Rory Mullarkey), You Got Older (Clare Barron).


Victor Ciri

Victor Ciri is a French and Italian actor based in London. He began his acting training in Paris at the Cours Florent and then continued his training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, gaining a MFA in Professional Acting. Theater Credits include: Duke of Buckingham in ‘Richard the III’ ( Festival D’Avignon), while for LAMDA Horse in ‘Europe’. Gonzalo in ‘The Tempest’, Alexander Lopakhin in ‘The Cherry Orchard’ and Polyneices in ‘Antigone‘.


Francesco Baj


Teatro Multilingue

production photographer

Violetta Canitano

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