Not Quite Jerusalem, Finborough Theatre
In post-Brexit Britain, the past is more than a foreign country.
Scrounger, Finborough Theatre
Athena Stevens’ new play gives the audience both barrels in addition to bureaucracy and discrimination.
The Wind of Heaven, Finborough Theatre
The Wind of Heaven is something of an old fashioned brain fart.
Chemistry, Finborough Theatre
Chemistry uses the wonderdrug of intimate performance to produce a great two-hander.
Exodus, Finborough Theatre
Review by Melinda Haunton Fifteen minutes before the end of Exodus, I wrote “Is this a tragedy?” in my notes. I’m still not certain. But I am certain it’s worth seeing. Motherlode has been touring this short four-hander, written and directed by Rachael Boulton, round venues in Wales for its premiere. It’s London’s luck that…
A Winning Hazard, Finborough Theatre
J.P Wooler’s Victorian comediettas still have something to say about male and female courtship, says Ed Whitfield.
Square Rounds, Finborough Theatre
Square Rounds at the Finborough Theatre is sheer poetry, says Ed Whitfield.
Cyril’s Success, Finborough Theatre
The years have been kind to H.J. Byron’s witty farce, now playing at the Finborough Theatre.
Introduce Yourself to the Finborough Theatre
Finborough Theatre opens its door to new creatives Introduce Yourself is for new directors, designers, lighting designers, sound designers, choreographers, movement directors, actors etc etc etc from the UK who have never previously worked at the Finborough Theatre and who would like to meet its creative team. On Tuesday evenings during February 2018 Neil McPherson, Artistic Director…