“Highly praised” PLASTIC FIGURINES is recommended by the Critics… 28/09/2016


Guardian Guide: Five of the best theatre shows this week
“The New Diorama may not be as familiar as bigger London venues, but it has an essential place in the theatre ecology, particularly in the way it supports theatre-makers at the beginning of their careers. Ella Carmen Greenhill’s play has toured, but might never have found a London berth were it not for this theatre hosting it.”
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian Read more…

The Stage: This week’s best shows: our critics’ picks
“Ella Carmen Greenhill’s delicate two-hander, Plastic Figurines, about the relationship between a young woman and her autistic brother, eschews cliche for a richer and more nuanced exploration of sibling love and grief.”
Natasha Tripney, The Stage Read more…

Time Out: The Hottest Theatre Openings this week
“Ella Carmen Greenhill’s drama about autism and sibling relationships”

There Ought To Be Clowns: Top 10 Plays of 2015
“@EllaGreenhill’s #PlasticFigurines was one of my top 10 plays of 2015, don’t miss the chance to see it @newdiorama”
Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns Read review…

“Ella Carmen Greenhill’s highly praised Plastic Figurines, which arrives at the New Diorama this month, considers living with and caring for an autistic sibling” – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Plastic Figurines runs at the New Diorama Theatre until 22 October 2016. Book tickets now: