First performed in 1982 at the Royal Court, London, Insignificance went on to win the Plays & Players Award Best Play, the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright and a best actor Olivier for Ian McDiarmid’s performance as the Professor.

 

The film version of the play (directed by Nicolas Roeg) was the official British Entry at Cannes Film Festival in 1985.

SEE INSIGNIFICANCE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE IMPORTANT THEATRE PERFORMED IN THE MOST INTIMATE OF SPACES.
On Stage

Defibrillator is thrilled to be presenting this award winning British play in the unique and intimate setting of the 5 star Langham Place New York, Fifth Avenue. Directed by James Hillier, this site-specific production will bring you up-close and personal for a theatrical experience unlike any other.

 

Open from 6.30pm before the show and during the interval, there will be a pop-up bar on the fifth floor, in Room 506 with drinks served during the interval.

 

Running time is estimated at 2 hours with a 20 minute interval.

 

Due to the unique and intimate setting of the performance latecomers will only be admitted after the interval.

Please note: this show uses strobe lights.