I Piano premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 with sell out performances in the multi-award-winning Pianodrome — the world's first amphitheatre made out of pianos! See reviews.


CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Due to the current coronavirus situation, we are with great regret postponing our upcoming UK shows in March and April. It's very sad for us, our audiences, and a tough time for theatres too. All a little heartbreaking really! However we are planning on rescheduling and will publish more information here as soon as we know. In the meantime, take care everyone, and bon courage.

29 March 2020, Luton Library Theatre, Luton

11am, Luton Library Theatre, St George’s Square, Luton LU1 2NG

book tickets POSTPONED!

5 April 2020, OSO Arts Centre, London

11am & 2pm, OSO Arts Centre, 49 Station Road, Barnes, London SW13 0LF

book tickets POSTPONED!

18 April 2020, Royal Albert Hall, London

11am, 1.30pm, Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

book tickets POSTPONED!

26 April 2020, ArtsDepot, London

11am, 2pm, ArtsDepot, 5 Nether Street, North Finchley, London N12 0GA

book tickets POSTPONED!

For more information or to discuss bookings, workshops or anything else, please contact Adrian Hornsby.


The Pianodrome is a piece of magical theatre in its own right. A team of Edinburgh artists and musicians rescued over fifty pianos from the fire of the incinerator, and transformed them into a building that is at once an instrument, a performance space, a wonderland, and a handsome, humming, hundred-person chair!

I Piano in the Pianodrome

7-11 August 2019, 3pm


The Pianodrome won the no.1 spot on the Three Weeks Awards list of  ‘the ten people and companies who made this year’s Edinburgh Festival extra special.' It was praised in particular for its ‘excellent programme of events’ — prominently featuring us! The Pianodrome also won the Creative Carbon Scotland Sustainable Fringe Award and is now up for the Creative Edinburgh City Award.