About Panorama

PANORAMA redefines the theatrical experience as its rotating viewing cabinet transforms reality into fantasy, provoking our senses and re-mystifying the world we inhabit.

PANORAMA’s innovative approach to theatre is based on a pop-up structure which rotates 360º on its own axis. Through a window, the audience experiences the world outside. Over progressive rotations that world starts to change, evolve, abstract. Not just through the actions and interventions of the actors outside, but also through the general public, who find themselves becoming an integral part the story. The observer is no longer simply a consumer of theatre, but co-creator of it.

Recipient of the inaugural “SSA/FARS script scholarship for street theatre”, PANORAMA was devised and developed by Tom Greder to create site specific, interactive, provocative and transformative theatrical experiences. PANORAMA is made possible through the generous support of the SSA (Swiss society of Authors), FARS (Federation of Swiss Street Arts), Ernst Göhner Foundation, Kanton Bern, Stadt Biel, and Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council.

Tom Greder (Tomoskar productions) is an itinerant artist focused on interactive contextual physical comedy. Born in Switzerland, raised in Australia and trained at The Circus Space and Ecole Philippe Gaulier, since 1988 he has independently produced solo circus, theatre, cabaret and street theatre performances as well as collaborated with and directed national and international circus, theatre, dance and film companies.

His work has won numerous international performance awards including the “2015 SSA/FARS script scholarship for street theatre”, peoples choice prize at the Gent Festival, Belgium; 1st & peoples choice at the Vevey Festival, Switzerland; 1st prize at the Brisbane Biennial Street theatre Festival, Australia, and “The Childrens Jury Golden Star” prize in Maribor, Slovenia.

As a director and teacher in both the theatrical and corporate sectors, he has established himself internationally for his innovative approach to creativity & physical comedy and conducts his “Finding Comedy” sessions regularly throughout the world. More information:
“Biography Tom Greder”


PANORAMA : Kino Theatre Promo

PANORAMA : Kino Theatre 2015

PANORAMA : Kino Theatre timelapse construction


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2020 Tour

Thursday, February 6, 2020


10: Neuchatel, Switzerland (Cancelled)

21 – 23: Valladolid, Spain (On notification)


2 – 4: Bilbao, Spain (On notification)

8 – 10: Rijeka, Croatia (Postponed)


21 – 23: Rheinfelden, Germany (option)

29 – 30: Aarhus, Denmark


1 – 6: Aarhus, Denmark

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2019 Tour

Thursday, February 6, 2020


18 – 19: Circus festival CIRKL in Leuven, Belgium


9 – 10: Sinksen Festival Kortrijk, Belgium

12 – 15: Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space


25 – 27: Chalon dans la rue, Chalon-sur-Saône, France

28 – 29: Lakelive Festival, Biel, Switzerland


22 – 24: Emona Promenade, Ljubljana, Slovenia

November – December:

Guadalajara & Chihuahua, Mexico (option)

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2018 Tour

Friday, May 18, 2018

June: 15 – 17:  PlusQ’ile Festival Biel-Bienne, Switzerland. Link: Plusqile

September: 22 – 24:  La Merce Festival Barcelona, Catalonia. Link: Lamerce

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2017 Tour

Monday, February 13, 2017

June 1 – 4: Pennabilli Artisti in Piazza, Italy. Link: www.artistiinpiazza.com/en/ July 15: Mulhouse, France. (option) Link: www.scenesderue.fr/ July 18 – 23: Paleo Festival, Nyon Switzerland. Link: http://yeah.paleo.ch/

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Tour 2016

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

22 & 23rd July: Paleo Festival, Switzerland.

4th to 6th August: La Plage de Six Pompes Festival, La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland.

October (Dates to be confirmed): FARS Rue Libre, Biel, Switzerland.

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Rue Libre

Monday, August 24, 2015

PANORAMA will take part in the annual “Rue Libre” street theatre event in Neuchatel, Switzerland. The event celebrates & promotes street theatre with performances, workshops, seminars and activities. Organized by FARS (The Federation of Swiss Street Arts), Rue Libre aims to promote Swiss street theatre and its artists and encourage the development & support of street theatre in all its forms.

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