176 gallery. London Futurist opera produced by The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor as part of Matt Stokes residency.
New Factory’s dynamic romp through the numerous trips to London made by the radical socialist thinker Alexandra Kollontai in the years before the Russian revolution. Written by Penny Dimond and presented as part of International Womens Day.
A dramtic account of Alexandra Kollontai’s period as the Soviet Union’s ambassador in Mexico at a time of political crisis for the revolution and the communist party in Mexico itself.
General Strike 1926. The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor. London (2006).
with the financial support of Camden Council.
Two posters from the series of performances of 1905, a large scale event by the New Factory, London. 2005
Elisabeth Dmitrieff. (1851-1910). Russian born feminist. Co-founder of the First International. Reported on the Paris Commune for Karl Marx. Acted in short plays to raise awareness of the events. Dedicated her life to political activity and organising co-operative workshops. Co-founded … Continue reading
A theatrical celebration of the Paris Commune, March 1871 and Trauberg and Kosintsev’s feature film, the passionate love story ‘New Babylon’ (1929).