On Demand
Run time
Approx. 75mins
Written by
Jonathan Maitland
Michael Fentiman
Creative Team

Set & Costume Designer: Sami Fendall
Lighting Designer: Emily Irish
Sound Designer & Composer: Barnaby Race
Costume Supervisor: Logan Kelly
Production Manager: Andreas Ayling
Wig Designer: Susanna Peretz
Wig Supervisor: Pedro Paiva
Stage Manager: Kanoko Shimizu
Assistant Stage Manager: Paulina Krause

Paul Burrell: MATTHEW FLYNN Martin Bashir: TIBU FORTES Luciana: NAOMI FREDERICK Diana, Princess of Wales: YOLANDA KETTLE Matt Weissler / Steve Hewlett | CIARÁN OWENS
Camera Direction & Production
Matt Hargraves | North South

Lighting Cameraman: Paolo Bischi 
1st AC: Henry Owen
Production Sound Mixer: Jack Cook
Editor: Matt Hargraves
Re-recording Mixer: David Crane
Colourist: Paolo Bischi

Kit Hire

A story that shocked the world. 

“Why should I stay silent? They’ve been trying to shut me up from day one. This way I’ll finally be heard.” 

Original Theatre in association with Park Theatre present the world premiere of The Interview

On the 20th of November 1995 the BBC broadcast an interview between Princess Diana and Martin Bashir.

It was watched by hundreds of millions worldwide. But now, it is said, the interview has no legitimacy. Is it right that the way it came about has overshadowed what it was meant to be?

Jonathan Maitland’s powerful new play gives an insight into the story behind the interview: the woman who gave it, the man who made it happen, and the institution that broadcast it.

Shot in aspect ratio 4:3 (or Academy Standard) to help focus the viewers attention on the dialogue and the story being told. The set was built in the round with a lot of the theatre’s working’s exposed. We wanted to limit the amount of what you could see in the frame to not distract from the narrative. 

We used both black & white and colour in the grade to to help indicate and shift in time between past and present day. 

We shot the full show on one camera only having 4.5hrs per day over 2 days. 

“A five-star cracker”
– Daily Mail

“An absorbing, intelligent piece of theatre”
– British Theatre