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Hostage Song at Finborough Theatre Opening June 22

I’ve never been disappointed with any production I’ve seen at the wonderful Finborough Theatre and now that the pub is re-opened, make sure you catch some of the summer lineup.   You can start in June with Hostage Song. “I’ve spent … Continue reading

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Armstrong’s War – August 2013 at Finborough Theatre

This fully staged workshop production (prior to its official World Premiere in October 2013 at the renowned Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, B.C., Canada) is written by multi-award-winning former Canadian Playwright in Residence at the Finborough Theatre, Colleen Murphy. Armstrong’s War … Continue reading

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London Wall transfer to St James Theatre May 1-June 1

London Wall, which was acclaimed at the Finborough theatre, where it was performed as part of their series of rediscovered early 20th century plays, is transferring to the St James theatre.  You can read the Guardian review here.  From the … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Always Live Here at the Finborough

For anyone who took my advice and purchased tickets to I Didn’t Always Live Here,  it was reviewed by everything theatre who considers it a ” heartwarming show with very believable characters and strong direction.”

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I Didn’t Always Live Here at Finborough Theatre opens March 26th

The Spring season has been announced at the Finborough, and as usual it is an eclectic list of plays that haven’t been produced for decades.   I Didn’t Always Live Here, last staged in 1973,  is just one of them, … Continue reading

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Laburnum Grove March 2013 at Finborough Theatre

As my readers know, i’m a loyal patron of the excellent Finborough Theatre which concentrates exclusively on thought provoking new writing, as well as rediscovering genuinely neglected works from the 19th and 20th centuries. As part of the latter focus, … Continue reading

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The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd

Tonight was my first time in the intimate space of the Finborough Theatre which was magically transformed into a big top/music hall fairytale set for The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd.  With one sensational song … Continue reading

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