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Finborough Theatre
118 Finborough Road
London
SW10 9ED
0870 4000 838
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http://www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk
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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Loyalties
On from 25 Apr 2006 to 20 May 2006
Finborough Theatre
by John Galsworthy

"Loyalties come before everything.”
“Ye-es; but loyalties cut up against each other sometimes, you know.”

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
The Parrot Woman
On from 28 May 2006 to 12 Jun 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Charles J. Fourie

A UK PREMIERE – DIRECT FROM SOUTH AFRICA – FROM ONE OF SOUTH AFRICA'S LEADING CONTEMPORARY PLAYWRIGHTS

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
After Haggerty
On from 23 May 2006 to 18 Jun 2006
Finborough Theatre
by David Mercer

THE FIRST LONDON REVIVAL OF DAVID MERCER'S POLITICAL MASTERPIECE

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Roulette
On from 23 Jul 2006 to 07 Aug 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Raimondo Cortese

THE UK PREMIERE OF AUSTRALIAN PLAYWRIGHT RAIMONDO CORTESE'S PROVOCATIVE DUOLOGUES

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18 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
Viral Sutra
On from 15 Aug 2006 to 02 Sep 2006
Finborough Theatre
by David Carter

In 1998, David Carter entered a treatment centre for heroin and crack cocaine addiction after contracting the HIV virus. In 2003, he contracted AIDS and started taking retroviral medication. In 2004, he wrote his first play. In 2005, he wrote Viral Sutra.

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Believe
On from 10 Sep 2006 to 25 Sep 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Matthew Hurt

Linda Marlowe is delighted to be premiering her new production, Believe, at the Finborough Theatre in London for a run of six shows this coming September, prior to a national tour.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Eden's Empire
On from 06 Sep 2006 to 30 Sep 2006
Finborough Theatre
by James Graham

The world premiere of a specially commissioned new play by the Finborough Theatre’s Pearson Playwright-in-Residence, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Suez Crisis

Fifty years ago, Britain propelled itself into a disastrous war in the Middle East. Condemned by the UN and accused of falsifying intelligence, the Prime Minister was left fighting for his political life against a Party disillusioned, a public betrayed, and a wily Chancellor with ambitions to take his place….

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Seduced
On from 03 Oct 2006 to 28 Oct 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Kingsbury

Professional Islington-based couple seek young couple for shared pleasures. He 46. She 45. Can accommodate.

Young sexy South London couple. He 27. She 24. Seek older couple for nights of pleasure and fulfilment. Will travel.

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18 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
Out of Bounds
On from 31 Oct 2006 to 25 Nov 2006
Finborough Theatre
by John Van Druten & Robert Anderson

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre presents two plays in repertoire – Young Woodley (1928) and Tea and Sympathy (1953) – for a four week-season from 3 November 2006. Both plays were originally banned by the theatre censor, The Lord Chamberlain, and both are receiving their first major London revival since the original production.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Musical
The Maid of the Mountains
On from 03 Dec 2006 to 17 Dec 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Frederick Lonsdale

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre continues its Finborough Gaieties season, celebrating British Musical Theatre 1870-1918, with The Maid of the Mountains – one of London’s most successful musical hits of the First World War. It follows the first two productions in the series – Florodora starring Olivier Award nominee Rosemary Ashe, and Lionel Monckton’s Our Miss Gibbs in its first professional London revival in nearly a century – which both sold out and received critical acclaim.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
The Rat Trap
On from 28 Nov 2006 to 23 Dec 2006
Finborough Theatre
by Noel Coward

Noel Coward’s first play in its first production for 80 years

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
FANNY AND FAGGOT
On from 30 Jan 2007 to 17 Feb 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Jack Thorne

Once upon a time two small girls killed two little boys...

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
Love Child
On from 20 Feb 2007 to 17 Mar 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Joanna Murray-Smith

"If you were really so concerned about the world women inherited, you would have held onto the one woman you brought into this world. You would have helped her inherit it."

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Classic Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - Musical
Sweethearts & The Zoo - A "GILBERT AND SULLIVAN" DOUBLEBILL
On from 25 Mar 2007 to 08 Apr 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Gilbert & Sullivan

The Finborough Theatre’s acclaimed series of revivals of British Music Theatre, thefinboroughgaieties, continues with a unique doublebill featuring a play and an operetta, both receiving their first professional UK production in over a century production

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Ladies Cage
On from 21 Mar 2007 to 14 Apr 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Maureen McManus

Uncovering a forgotten piece of women’s history, this play reveals the pivotal role played by women in freeing the Irish from British rule – and themselves from the “ladies’ cage” that imprisons them…

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING
On from 17 Apr 2007 to 12 May 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Christopher Fry

England, 1400. Thomas Mendip, a discharged soldier weary of the world and eager to leave it, comes to a small town, announces he has committed murder and demands to be hanged.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical
When Midnight Strikes
On from 05 Sep 2007 to 29 May 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds

The world premiere of a new musical from Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Trial of Kelly Connor
On from 27 May 2007 to 03 Jun 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Peter Oswald

A script-in-hand performance of a newly commissioned play by the Finborough Theatre’s new Playwright-in-Residence, Peter Oswald

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Musical Genre - Comedy
THE BOATSWAIN'S MATE
On from 17 Jun 2007 to 02 Jul 2007
Finborough Theatre
by W.W. Jacobs

thefinboroughgaieties – Celebrating British Music Theatre series continues with the comic opera by Dame Ethel Smyth, composer and suffragette, and widely regarded as the first female opera composer.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Men without Shadows
On from 13 Jun 2007 to 07 Jul 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Jean-Paul Sartre

With richly drawn characters and a gripping plot, Sartre explores the nature of truth and freewill in the brutal and morally ambiguous time of war.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Comedy
The Mollusc
On from 15 Jul 2007 to 29 Jul 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Hubert Henry Davies

The centenary production of the classic Edwardian comedy in a fully costumed production-without-décor

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Classic
Ours
On from 10 Jul 2007 to 04 Aug 2007
Finborough Theatre
by T.W. Robertson

Theatrical revolutionary T.W. Robertson’s rarely seen Victorian comedy, unseen in London for nearly a century.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Classic
The Confidential Clerk
On from 12 Aug 2007 to 27 Aug 2007
Finborough Theatre
by T.S. Eliot

The verse play by Nobel Prizewinner T.S. Eliot in a fully costumed production-without-décor as part of the poetryatthefinborough series.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Comedy
Jamie the Saxt
On from 07 Aug 2007 to 01 Sep 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Robert McLellan

The English Premiere of the classic Scots comedy by Robert McLellan.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing
A Letter To England - Double Bill
On from 09 Sep 2007 to 23 Sep 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Nirjay Mahindru/Anders Lustgarten

The world premieres of two powerful new British political plays examining alienation and social unrest in our nation’s capital.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
When Midnight Strikes
On from 05 Sep 2007 to 29 Sep 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds

The world premiere of a new musical from Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing
new work america
On from 07 Oct 2007 to 21 Oct 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Toni Press-Coffman/Melanie Marnich/Noah Haidle/Gina Gionfriddo/Sheila Callaghan

Script-in-hand UK premieres of five dazzling new American plays, written by America’s most exciting emergent writers, directed by three exciting new young international directors.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing
Little Madam
On from 02 Oct 2007 to 27 Oct 2007
Finborough Theatre
by James Graham

The world premiere of a new play from the Finborough Theatre’s Playwright-in-Residence, commissioned for the Finborough Theatre by Artistic Director Neil McPherson.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical
john & jen
On from 04 Nov 2007 to 18 Nov 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald

The UK premiere of a truly original musical by award winning New York composer, Andrew Lippa.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing
Lucifer Saved
On from 30 Oct 2007 to 24 Nov 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Peter Oswald

The world premiere of a new play by Finborough Theatre Playwright-in-Residence Peter Oswald.

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See Bob Run
On from 03 Dec 2007 to 17 Dec 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Daniel MacIvor

The UK Premiere of the acclaimed one woman play

PLEASE NOTE THAT PERFORMANCES ARE: Monday, 3 December; Sunday, 9 December and Monday, 10 December; Sunday, 16 December and Monday 17 December 2007
All performances at 7.30pm.

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Genre - New Writing
THE SIX-DAIES WORLD
On from 28 Nov 2007 to 22 Dec 2007
Finborough Theatre
by Elizabeth Kuti

The world premiere of a spellbinding new play from award-winning playwright Elizabeth Kuti.

Wednesday, 28 November – Saturday, 22 December 2007
Tuesday to Saturday Evenings at 7.30pm. Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3.00pm
Tickets Ł13, Ł9 concessions, except Tuesday Evenings Ł9 all seats, and Saturday evenings Ł13 all seats.
Previews (28 and 29 November) Ł9 all seats.
Performance Length: Approximately 2 hours.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical
I Wish to Die Singing
On from 02 Jan 2008 to 25 Jan 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Neil McPherson

The world premiere of a documentary drama of the Armenian Genocide.

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Genre - New Writing
F*cking Men
On from 04 Feb 2008 to 18 Feb 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Joe DiPietro

The World Premier of a New Play

PLEASE NOTE THAT PERFORMANCES ARE: Monday, 4 February; Sunday, 10 February and Monday, 11 February; Sunday, 17 February and Monday 18 February

All performances are at 7:30pm.

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Genre - Drama
Weapons of Happiness
On from 29 Jan 2008 to 23 Feb 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Howard Brenton

“We’re going to change this f**king country”
“Nothing will change in England. Decay yes, change no.”.
“We’re going to have a revolution”
“There will never be revolution in England.”

The first ever revival of the audacious epic drama by one of the UK’s most celebrated modern playwrights.

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Genre - New Writing
Plague Over England
On from 27 Feb 2008 to 22 Mar 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Nicholas de Jongh

The world premiere of a new play.

Wednesday, 27 February – Saturday, 22 March 2008
Tuesday to Saturday Evenings at 7.30pm. Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3.00pm
Tickets Ł15, Ł11 concessions, except Tuesday Evenings Ł11 all seats, and Saturday evenings Ł15 all seats.
Previews (27 and 28 February) Ł9 all seats.
Performance Length: Approximately 2 hours.

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Jingo
On from 26 Mar 2008 to 19 Apr 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Charles Wood

The first ever UK revival of the play by Charles Wood

Wednesday, 26 March – Saturday, 19 April 2008
Tuesday to Saturday Evenings at 7.30pm.
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3.00pm.
Tickets Ł13, Ł9 concessions, except Tuesday Evenings Ł9 all seats, and Saturday evenings Ł13 all seats. Previews (26 and 27 March) Ł9 all seats.
Performance Length: Approximately 2 hours

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Witchcraft
On from 23 Apr 2008 to 10 May 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Joanna Baillie

A unique rediscovery from the groundbreaking female playwright, Joanna Baillie, in its first production in over a century.

“The greatest dramatist in English since Shakespeare." Sir Walter Scott

"Women, except Joanna Baillie, cannot write tragedy." Lord Byron

Wednesday, 23 April – Saturday, 10 May 2008
Tuesday to Saturday Evenings at 7.30pm.
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3.00pm.
Tickets Ł13, Ł9 concessions, except Tuesday Evenings Ł9 all seats, and Saturday evenings Ł13 all seats.
Previews (23 and 24 April) Ł9 all seats.

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Genre - Musical
The Buccaneer
On from 16 Jun 2008 to 30 Jun 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Sandy Wilson

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre continues its Celebrating British Music Theatre series with a semi-staged score-in-hand production of the first production in more than fifty years of The Buccaneer, the second musical by Sandy Wilson, composer of The Boy Friend, playing for five Sunday and Monday performances from 16 June 2008.

Please Note: 'The Buccaneer' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Many Roads to Paradise
On from 11 Jun 2008 to 05 Jul 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Stewart Permutt

“Relationships are like going on a very long train journey. You have to keep on going till the end; you can't just jump out of the carriage when things get a bit bumpy...”

Legendary actress Miriam Karlin makes a rare stage appearance in this scathingly funny new comedy from writer Stewart Permutt.

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Genre - Musical
Chu Chin Chow
On from 14 Jul 2008 to 28 Jul 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Frederic Norton (music) Book and Lyrics by Oscar Asche

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre continues its Celebrating British Music Theatre series with a semi-staged score-in-hand production of one of the West End’s most successful musical hits of all time – the spectacular 1916 operetta Chu Chin Chow, playing for five Sunday and Monday performances from 14 July 2008.
Please Note: 'Chu Chin Chow' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Genre - Drama
Hangover Square
On from 09 Jul 2008 to 02 Aug 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Patrick Hamilton. Adapted for the Stage by Fidelis Morgan.

“One of the great books of the twentieth century” The Independent on Sunday

Set in darkest Earls Court just before the outbreak of the Second World War and written by local author Patrick Hamilton, Hangover Square is at last performed in its natural home – at Earls Court’s Finborough Theatre, opening on 9 July 2008 for a four-week run.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Enduring Freedom
On from 06 Aug 2008 to 30 Aug 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Anders Lustgarten

“I got a quarter-sized piece of my son in that box there and the question is why.”

When Tom and Susan, a New Jersey couple, lose their son in the attack on the twin towers, it begins to affect their marriage, friends and community…

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Genre - Classic
SAM, THE HIGHEST JUMPER OF THEM ALL
On from 08 Sep 2008 to 22 Sep 2008
Finborough Theatre
by William Saroyan

A unique revival celebrating the centenary of the birth of American playwright William Saroyan.

Sunday and Monday evenings only.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Cradle Me
On from 01 Oct 2008 to 25 Sep 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Simon Vinnicombe

The [ finboroughplaywrights season ], a four month season of world premieres from playwrights discovered and nurtured at the Finborough Theatre, continues with the second play from Simon Vinnicombe, Cradle Me, opening on 1 October 2008 for a four week run.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Sons of York
On from 03 Sep 2008 to 27 Sep 2008
Finborough Theatre
by James Graham

“It’ll spread across’t whole country. This has been brewing. It has. Economy sliding, prices rising, industrial unrest ... I’ll tell you summet for nothing, he’ll wished he’d called that election when he had the chance, oh yes...”

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Genre - Classic
THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
On from 06 Oct 2008 to 20 Oct 2008
Finborough Theatre
by William Saroyan

A unique revival celebrating the centenary of the birth of American playwright William Saroyan.

Sundays and Mondays only.

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Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
Ordinary Days
On from 03 Nov 2008 to 17 Nov 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Adam Gwon (Book, Music and Lyrics)

“This painting reminds me of people like us. Thousands of tiny specks huddled together in random arrangements that nobody expects. Every dot on its own, ordinary and pale but thrown together one by one they make this dazzling, joyous, hopeful sort of fairy tale“

Please Note: 'Ordinary Days' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Follow
On from 29 Oct 2008 to 22 Nov 2008
Finborough Theatre
by Dameon Garnett

“It’s alright for you innit? You got your dad to sort everyfing out for ya. My dad might as well be up the fuckin’ Andes, for all I know – for all the use ‘e is. Liverpool, Portsmouth – I aint got a fuckin’ clue where ‘e is. An’ wha’ is there for me in Pompey anyway? Just blocks o’ flats, that’s all, I mean ‘em tall tower block fings; miles an’ miles of ‘em…”

As Liverpool celebrates European Capital of Culture 2008, we present a world premiere of a new play from Liverpool playwright Dameon Garnett, following the success of his Time Out Critics' Choice debut play, Break Away, at the Finborough Theatre in 2005.

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Genre - Classic
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE
On from 26 Nov 2008 to 20 Dec 2008
Finborough Theatre
by William Saroyan

The first play ever to win both the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award.

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Genre - Drama
Blue Heaven
On from 08 Feb 2009 to 23 Jan 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Tennessee Williams

Three rarely performed short plays about hope and despair from one of America’s greatest playwrights.
Please note: Blue Heaven is running on Sunday and Monday nights only.

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Genre - Comedy
Captain Oates' Left Sock
On from 07 Jan 2009 to 30 Jan 2009
Finborough Theatre
by John Antrobus

The first full professional UK revival of John Antrobus’ bitter and anarchic comedy opens for a four week run on 7 January 2009 at London’s Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - Drama
Untitled
On from 03 Feb 2009 to 14 Mar 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Lena Farugia

Nichola McAuliffe and Patrick Ryecart star in the UK premiere of Untitled, opening for a six week limited season on 3 February 2009 at London’s Finborough Theatre.

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Oohrah!
On from 23 Mar 2009 to 06 Apr 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Bekah Brunstetter

The European Premiere of a new play by Bekah Brunstetter running on Sundays and Mondays the Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - Drama
Trying
On from 17 Mar 2009 to 14 Apr 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Joanna McClelland Glass

Michael Craig returns to the London stage in the UK premiere of the award-winning Trying, opening for a four week limited season on Tuesday, 17 March 2009 at London’s Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - Drama
Dream of the Dog
On from 12 May 2009 to 02 May 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Craig Higginson

Janet Suzman stars in the UK premiere of an acclaimed new South African play, opening for a four week limited season on 12 May 2009 at London’s Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - Classic
Live Canon: The Pre-Raphaelites
On from 17 May 2009 to 01 Jun 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Pre-Raphaelite poets

Poetry from the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Featuring the poetry of Christina Rossetti, William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Algernon Swinburne,
Elizabeth Siddal, George Meredith and others.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Painting a Wall
On from 12 May 2009 to 06 Jun 2009
Finborough Theatre
by David Lan

"It's terrible man. I could do anything if I knew the words. Change this country – Build a new world."

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Genre - Drama
Apart From George
On from 14 Jun 2009 to 29 Jun 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Nick Ward

“It ain’t right to take away a man’s job when he’s worked for you all his life…I don’t know about your commercial necessity, but I do know that…”

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
S-27
On from 09 Jun 2009 to 04 Jul 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Sarah Grochala

Lifeboat Theatre present the world premiere of S-27, the winner of Amnesty International’s first Protect The Human Playwriting Competition.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
I was a Beautiful Day
On from 12 Jul 2009 to 27 Jul 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Iain F. MacLeod

How many stories can a simple map hold?

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Death of Long Pig
On from 07 Jul 2009 to 01 Aug 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Nigel Planer

“Here where the living eat the dead, the dead may eat the living too. Their spirits are all around us now, carved in the rock, in the shells, in the trunk of the Pandanu tree…”

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Genre - Drama
Generous
On from 09 Aug 2009 to 24 Aug 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Healey

What happens when someone is overwhelmed with the desire to help?

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Genre - Musical
State Fair
On from 04 Aug 2009 to 29 Aug 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Oscar Hammerstein

long-awaited European professional premiere of the classic film and Broadway musical, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s State Fair

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Too True To Be Good
On from 01 Sep 2009 to 26 Sep 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Bernard Shaw

"Too True To Be Good" by Bernard Shaw, arguably one of the first absurd comedies in English and one of Shaw’s least performed works, opens for a four week limited season on 1 September 2009 at London’s Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - New Writing
Vibrant! – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 06 Oct 2009 to 17 Oct 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Ten Playwrights by the Finborough Theatre

A ten-day festival of ten new works for the stage by ten playwrights discovered, nurtured and championed by the Finborough Theatre.

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Genre - New Writing
Wide Asleep
On from 04 Oct 2009 to 19 Oct 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Iain Heggie

Multi-award-winning playwright Iain Heggie brings his new solo performance of monologues and music to the Finborough Theatre

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Genre - New Writing
The Tobacco Merchant's Lawyer
On from 29 Sep 2009 to 24 Oct 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Iain Heggie

1780. Glasgow is booming, but the American war is looming, and the city’s wealth is dependent on the import and export of American tobacco. Can the great port survive?

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Genre - Drama
Hurried Steps
On from 01 Nov 2009 to 16 Nov 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Dacia Mariani

Hurried Steps recounts eight women’s testimonies of violence

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Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
Little Fish
On from 27 Oct 2009 to 21 Nov 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Michael John LaChiusa

“I had never known what I was really like until I stopped smoking, by which time there was hell to pay“

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Genre - Drama
Moličre, or The League of Hypocrites
On from 24 Nov 2009 to 19 Dec 2009
Finborough Theatre
by Mikhail Bulgakov

The first London revival in 25 years and the world premiere of a new translation of the modern classic.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Regolith
On from 10 Jan 2010 to 25 Jan 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Chris Lee

The world premiere of 'Regolith' by former Finborough Theatre Pearson Playwright-in-Residence, Chris Lee.

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Genre - Drama
Generous
On from 05 Jan 2010 to 30 Jan 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Healey

The London debut of multi-award-winning playwright Michael Healey, one of Canada’s leading dramatists.

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Genre - Drama
The Early Bird
On from 02 Feb 2010 to 27 Feb 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Leo Butler

Every five minutes a child goes missing.

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Genre - Drama
You May Go Now - A Marriage Play
On from 07 Mar 2010 to 22 Mar 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Bekah Brunstetter

The European premiere of 'You May Go Now', winner of the New York Innovative Theatre Awards for Outstanding Full Length Script 2008.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
A Day At The Racists
On from 02 Mar 2010 to 27 Mar 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Anders Lustgarten

The world premiere of a stunning new piece of political theatre from award-winning playwright Anders Lustgarten – A Day at the Racists, a devastatingly timely examination of the rise of the BNP in London

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Genre - Drama
The Notebook of Trigorin
On from 30 Mar 2010 to 24 Apr 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Tennessee Williams

The London premiere of The Notebook of Trigorin, Tennessee Williams' free adaptation of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull

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Genre - New Writing
The Man
On from 25 May 2010 to 19 Jun 2010
Finborough Theatre
by James Graham

A blackly comic and uniquely interactive performance from award winning playwright James Graham – the story is told in a different order, selected at random, every single night

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Miss Lilly Gets Boned or The Loss of All Elephant Elders
On from 22 Jun 2010 to 10 Jul 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Bekah Brunstetter

The world premiere of a new play by multi-award-winning new American playwright – and Playwright-in-Residence at the Finborough Theatre – Bekah Brunstetter.

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What Every Woman Knows
On from 18 Jul 2010 to 02 Aug 2010
Finborough Theatre
by J.M Barrie

”Charm...is a sort of bloom on a woman. If you have it, you don't need to have anything else"

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Lingua Franca
On from 13 Jul 2010 to 07 Aug 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Peter Nichols

“We must learn to be Europeans. Forgive and forget is our only hope”

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In The Blood
On from 15 Aug 2010 to 30 Aug 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Suzan-Lori Parks

The European premiere of In The Blood by Suzan-Lori Parks – the first African-American woman ever to win a Pulitzer Prize.

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The Drawer Boy
On from 10 Aug 2010 to 04 Sep 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Healey

“The Drawer Boy is a beautifully written play. It moves from toughness and hilarity to something devastating and tender…"

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Genre - Classic
The Potting Shed
On from 04 Jan 2011 to 29 Sep 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Graham Greene
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Genre - Classic
Love on The Dole
On from 07 Sep 2010 to 02 Oct 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Walter Greenwood and Ronald Gow

A rediscovery of the classic Love on the Dole by Walter Greenwood and Ronald Gow.

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The Tale of Ivan Vs. Ivan
On from 10 Oct 2010 to 25 Oct 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Adapted from the novella by Nikolai Gogol by Aleksandar Lukac and the Company.

Direct from Canada, the European Premiere of an acclaimed new adaptation of Gogol's classic satire.

Please Note: The Tale of Ivan Vs. Ivan only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Genre - Musical
Me and Juliet
On from 05 Oct 2010 to 30 Oct 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Rodgers and Hammerstein

The European premiere of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

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Genre - Classic
TRILBY
On from 05 Dec 2010 to 20 Nov 2010
Finborough Theatre
by From the novel by George du Maurier. Adapted by Paul Potter and Herbert Beerbohm Tree.

Please note: Trilby only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Northern Star
On from 06 Feb 2011 to 21 Nov 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Stewart Parker

The Great Britain Premiere

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The Captive
On from 07 Nov 2010 to 22 Nov 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Ben Ellis

The world premiere of a new play.

Please Note: The Captive runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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Oh, To Be In England
On from 09 Jan 2011 to 24 Nov 2010
Finborough Theatre
by David Pinner

The World Premiere

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Saturn Returns
On from 02 Nov 2010 to 27 Nov 2010
Finborough Theatre
by Noah Haidle

The UK debut of Noah Haidle, one of America’s most exciting young playwrights.

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Genre - Drama
QUALITY STREET
On from 30 Nov 2010 to 22 Dec 2010
Finborough Theatre
by J.M Barrie

Another rediscovery of a classic comedy by J.M. Barrie to celebrate the 150th anniversary of his birth – the first London revival in 60 years of his magical 1901 play Quality Street.

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ACCOLADE
On from 01 Feb 2011 to 26 Feb 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Emlyn Williams

The first ever revival of the controversial play by Emlyn Williams.

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The December Man (L'homme de Decembre)
On from 06 Mar 2011 to 21 Mar 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Colleen Murphy

The European premiere of the winner of Canada’s most prestigious literary award – the Governor General's Literary Award for English Language Drama.

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Genre - Drama
Fen
On from 01 Mar 2011 to 26 Mar 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Caryl Churchill

Val wants more. Becky wants to be a hairdresser. Angela wants to escape.
Shirley can't be doing with all the fuss everyone is making.

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Genre - Musical
Bed and Sofa
On from 29 Mar 2011 to 23 Apr 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Music by Polly Pen; Lyrics by Laurence Klavan

Nikolai works and lives with Ludmilla, a housewife who stays at home dreaming of romance. Moscow has a housing shortage, so when Volodya arrives with nowhere to live he is invited to share the couple’s cramped quarters with surprising results.

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Beating Heart Cadaver
On from 03 May 2011 to 18 May 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Colleen Murphy

The UK premiere

Part of 'Introducing Colleen Murphy', a mini-season within a season as part of “In Their Place” – a three month season of work by women playwrights

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The Goodnight Bird
On from 15 May 2011 to 30 May 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Colleen Murphy

The world premiere

Part of 'Introducing Colleen Murphy', a mini-season within a season as part of “In Their Place” – a three month season of work by women playwrights

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And I and Silence
On from 10 May 2011 to 04 Jun 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Naomi Wallace

The world premiere of a new play by Naomi Wallace, as part of its
“In Their Place”, a three month season of work by women playwrights.

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Genre - Drama
Gitty Sereny's In Quest of Conscience
On from 12 Jun 2011 to 27 Jun 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Adapted for the stage by Robert David MacDonald

A True Story

"Survival, always survival. I had to limit my own actions to what I, in my conscience, could answer for." Franz Stangl

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Genre - Musical
The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd
On from 07 Jun 2011 to 02 Jul 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Book, Music and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

The long overdue London premiere of the Broadway musical The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd, directed by acclaimed West End and RSC director Ian Judge, with designs by three times Olivier Award winner Tim goodchild.

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Genre - Drama
Vibrant - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 12 Jul 2011 to 23 Jul 2011
Finborough Theatre
by 12 new plays, 12 Finborough playwrights

Vibrant – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights 2011 is our annual festival of Finborough Playwrights, running throughout July 2011. The festival features a month long run of Nick Gill's Mirror Teeth (originally seen as a staged reading in the very first Vibrant in 2009), accompanied by a six performance Sunday/Monday run of Nell Dunn's Home Death, together with a late night season of ten staged readings of ten new works for the stage by ten UK and international playwrights, discovered, developed or championed by the Finborough Theatre.

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Home Death
On from 10 Jul 2011 to 25 Jul 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Nell Dunn

Home Death, a new play by Olivier Award winner Nell Dunn, will play for six performances only on Sunday and Monday evenings at the multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre.

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Mirror Teeth
On from 05 Jul 2011 to 30 Jul 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Nick Gill

Jane is a housewife. James sells guns. They live in one of the larger cities in our country and are both terrified of ethnic youths who might well be wearing hoods and carrying knives, or something. All is well in the Jones household, until their sexually frustrated eighteen year old daughter Jenny brings home her new boyfriend, Kwese Abalo...

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Portraits
On from 07 Aug 2011 to 22 Aug 2011
Finborough Theatre
by William Douglas Home

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of artist Augustus John

The first production in 24 years of William Douglas Home's Portraits

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Blue Surge
On from 02 Aug 2011 to 27 Aug 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Rebecca Gilman

Curt and Doug are small-town cops in Midwest America charged with closing down the local brothel. But after an encounter with its occupants, Sandy and Heather, their job suddenly becomes anything but clear-cut. Having spent just three months in the brothel, Sandy seems to have a chance of a new life, but as events start to get out of control, what is right or wrong becomes increasingly blurred and they must all face up to what they have become...

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Genre - Drama
Perchance to Dream
On from 04 Sep 2011 to 26 Sep 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Ivor Novello

This rediscovery is the first professional London production in more than 25 years, and also commemorates the 60th anniversary of the death of composer Ivor Novello.

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Genre - Drama
Lullabies of Broadmoor
On from 30 Aug 2011 to 01 Oct 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Steve Hennessy

Eight years in the making – the four linked plays of Steve Hennessy's Lullabies of Broadmoor – A Broadmoor Quartet weave together the closely linked stories of five of Broadmoor's most notorious inmates of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century with the stories of those they murdered. The sequence of plays form a rich, dark, Gothic tragicomedy about murder, love, madness, personal responsibility and redemption.

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Genre - Drama
Drama at Inish
On from 09 Oct 2011 to 24 Oct 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Lennox Robinson

Drama at Inish (also known as Is Life Worth Living?) is the tale of a touring theatre company who come to the small Irish village of Inish to raise the intellectual tone higher than the usual ‘summer comicalities’. Instead they perform ‘serious’ drama: the works of Chekhov, Strindberg and Ibsen – with devastating consequences for the local inhabitants...

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Genre - Drama
Mixed Marriage
On from 04 Oct 2011 to 29 Oct 2011
Finborough Theatre
by St John Ervine

As the city's factories come out on strike, John Rainey, the respected head of a Protestant family, acts to calm the sectarian tension being stirred up by politicians for their own ends. On the streets, Rainey successfully unites Catholic and Protestant against the machinations of the factory owners, the nationalists and the Orangemen. But at home, passions rise when Rainey discovers that his son wants to marry the beautiful, innocent Nora, a Catholic...

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Genre - Drama
Atman
On from 06 Nov 2011 to 21 Nov 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Iain Finlay Macleod

The English premiere and the English language world premiere of a new play by one of Scotland's most successful Scots Gaelic writers, Iain Finlay Macleod.

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Genre - New Writing
Fanta Orange
On from 01 Nov 2011 to 26 Nov 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Sally Woodcock

Inspired by a real-life Amnesty International report, Fanta Orange is a playful and unexpected tale that gets under the skin of modern Africa.

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Genre - New Writing
Through the Night
On from 06 Dec 2011 to 11 Dec 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Matt Morrison

A terrifying psychological thriller about the lengths people will go to in order to protect the ones they love.

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Genre - New Writing
Rigor Mortis
On from 13 Dec 2011 to 18 Dec 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Carol Vine

In this ugly coastal town, through a bitterly cold spring, extraordinary things happen to normal people as they struggle to find meaning and redemption in their lives.

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Genre - New Writing
Papatango New Writing Festival 2011
On from 29 Nov 2011 to 23 Dec 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Dawn King, Matt Morrison, Carol Vine and Rob Young

Papatango have teamed up with the Finborough Theatre to present the winning entries in the 2011 Papatango Playwriting Competition 2011.

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Genre - New Writing
Foxfinder
On from 29 Nov 2011 to 23 Dec 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Dawn King

Foxfinder is a gripping, unsettling and darkly comic exploration of belief, desire and responsibility.

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Genre - New Writing
Crush
On from 19 Dec 2011 to 23 Dec 2011
Finborough Theatre
by Rob Young

The play tells the story of Johnny and his doomed crush on Celia, the office bitch. Think crisp white blouses, an office tango and a flirt to the death.

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Genre - Drama
Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister
On from 08 Jan 2012 to 23 Jan 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Rebecca Peyton and Martin M. Bartlet

Since her big sister, BBC journalist Kate Peyton, was murdered in Somalia, Rebecca has had rather a strange time.

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Genre - New Writing
Fog
On from 03 Jan 2012 to 28 Jan 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Tash Fairbanks and Toby Wharton

Fog is about two families: one white and dysfunctional, the other black and aspiring.

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Genre - Musical
Gay's The Word
On from 05 Feb 2012 to 20 Feb 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Ivor Novello

Part of the Finborough Theatre's CELEBRATING BRITISH MUSIC THEATRE series, the first professional revival of the 1951 smash hit.

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Genre - Drama
Outward Bound
On from 31 Jan 2012 to 25 Feb 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Sutton Vane

The first London production in more than fifty years of Sutton Vane’s 1920s West End and Broadway hit, Outward Bound

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Autumn Fire
On from 04 Mar 2012 to 19 Mar 2012
Finborough Theatre
by T.C. Murray

Please note: Autumn Fire runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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DON JUAN COMES BACK FROM THE WAR
On from 28 Feb 2012 to 24 Mar 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Ödön von Horváth

The world premiere of a new version.

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The Grand Duke
On from 01 Apr 2012 to 16 Apr 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Gilbert and Sullivan

Please note: The Grand Duke only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings.

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The American Clock
On from 27 Mar 2012 to 21 Apr 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Arthur Miller

The first professional UK production in more than 25 years

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All Good Men
On from 29 Apr 2012 to 14 May 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Trevor Griffiths

Please note: All Good Men only runs on Sundays and Mondays.

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His Greatness
On from 24 Apr 2012 to 19 May 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Daniel MacIvor

The European Premiere

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Merrie England
On from 27 May 2012 to 12 Jun 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Music by Edward German. Libretto by Basil Hood.

Please note: Merrie England runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees only.

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Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun
On from 22 May 2012 to 16 Jun 2012
Finborough Theatre
by John McGrath

The first London production in over 45 years

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The Sluts of Sutton Drive
On from 24 Jun 2012 to 09 Jul 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Joshua Conkel

Please note: The Sluts of Sutton Drive only runs on Sundays and Mondays.

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The Drawer Boy
On from 19 Jun 2012 to 14 Jul 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Healey

The London Premiere

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An Incident at the Border
On from 22 Jul 2012 to 07 Aug 2012
Finborough Theatre
by by Kieran Lynn

Please note: 'An Incident at the Border' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

“When we came for a romantic walk in the park, we didn’t think we would be involved in an international crisis...This side of the line, that side of the line. Does it really make that much of a difference which side I am from?”

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing
The Fear Of Breathing
On from 17 Jun 2012 to 11 Aug 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Ruth Sherlock, Paul Wood and Zoe Lafferty.

As thousands have been tortured, jailed, maimed or killed by the Syrian regime, The Fear of Breathing is a hard-hitting evocation of a life or death fight for freedom, experienced from the inside.

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Barrow Hill
On from 19 Aug 2012 to 04 Sep 2012
Finborough Theatre
by by Jane Wainwright

Please note: 'Barrow Hill' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

"It took your Great-Great-Grandfather and the rest a’ this town years to build this chapel. A hundred years of people's lives caught between its stones. And now these invisible men are trying to erase it till there's nowt left of any a' us."

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Cornelius
On from 14 Aug 2012 to 08 Sep 2012
Finborough Theatre
by J.B Priestley

"So all the time, while you were pretending to work, you've been having the most astonishing adventures in that corner?"

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Passing By
On from 16 Sep 2012 to 25 Sep 2012
Finborough Theatre
by by Martin Sherman

“One of the most radical plays ever written. Quirky, funny, touching, romantic and revolutionary. It overturned my life. Perhaps it will do the same for others.” Simon Callow

Please note: 'Passing By' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Monday and Tuesday matinees.

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Hindle Wakes
On from 11 Sep 2012 to 29 Sep 2012
Finborough Theatre
by by Stanley Houghton

The centenary production of the 1912 feminist classic.

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THE SOFT OF HER PALM
On from 07 Oct 2012 to 23 Oct 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Chris Dunkley

"Isn't it funny? The thoughts your brain is capable of having even while you're lying there, bleeding on the carpet?..."

Please note: 'The Soft of Her Palm' only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

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A LIFE
On from 02 Oct 2012 to 27 Oct 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Hugh Leonard

“I need to know what I amount to. Debit or credit, that much I am owed.”

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VIBRANT
On from 04 Nov 2012 to 22 Nov 2012
Finborough Theatre
by A Festival of Finborough Playwrights 2012

“The Earl's Court play-generating boiler room...The Finborough's achievement is a mighty one, doing more for new writing on little or no money than some other, better-funded theatres.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre presents Vibrant 2012 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, its
annual festival of Finborough Playwrights, running between 4–22 November 2012. The festival features twelve staged readings of twelve new works for the stage by twelve UK and international playwrights, discovered, developed or championed by the Finborough Theatre.

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Khadija is 18
On from 30 Oct 2012 to 24 Nov 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Shamser Sinha

A world premiere by a new playwright

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Pack: Papatango New Writing Festival
On from 27 Nov 2012 to 22 Dec 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Louise Monaghan

Papatango New Writing Festival 2012 Winner

“This woman spat at me the other day. I could taste the saliva on me own tongue. And I don't blame her, not for one minute I don't. Because if someone beat my child half to death, I'd want to do the same.”

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Everyday Maps for Everyday Use: Papatango New Writing Festival
On from 04 Dec 2012 to 22 Dec 2012
Finborough Theatre
by Tom Morton-Smith

Papatango New Writing Festival 2012 Runner Up

“I don’t think we’ll get to Mars…not really…not normal people. Scientists might…it’ll end up a scientific outpost like Antarctica…but it won’t be for people like you and me.”

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Genre - New Writing
So Great a Crime
On from 06 Jan 2013 to 22 Jan 2013
Finborough Theatre
by David Gooderson

The world premiere

“It’s my word against theirs. With the establishment and the press against me, what chance have I got?”

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Somersaults
On from 02 Jan 2026 to 26 Jan 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Iain Finlay Macleod

“If you were to go home tonight and the language that your mother spoke, the language whose sound you heard first when you came into this world, that ordered the world for you, if that language was dying. How would you feel? If all of it was obliterated. If it was all silence…”

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Saer Doliau
On from 03 Feb 2013 to 19 Feb 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Gwenlyn Parry

The English premiere of Gwenlyn Parry's modern Welsh-language classic performed in the original Welsh.

“Pam na cha’ i lonydd gynnoch chi? Wnes i ddim byd i haeddu cael fy nhrin fel hyn.”
“Why won’t you leave me alone? I’ve done nothing to deserve being treated like this.”

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London Wall
On from 29 Jan 2013 to 23 Feb 2013
Finborough Theatre
by John Van Druten

Presented by the acclaimed Two's Company, returning to the Finborough Theatre following their sell-out 2005 production of the Great War classic Red Night

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Laburnum Grove
On from 03 Mar 2013 to 19 Mar 2013
Finborough Theatre
by J. B. Priestley

The first London revival in nearly 40 years.

"Nice little houses. Nice people. Quiet, respectable. No brokers' men. No scandals. No screams in the night. Morris Oxfords, little greenhouses, wireless sets."

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Genre - Classic
Facts
On from 26 Feb 2013 to 23 Mar 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Arthur Milner

The European Premiere and UK debut of the acclaimed playwright Arthur Milner

Inspired by a true story, Facts is a thrilling and provocative play about what happens when the truth becomes too dangerous to reveal.

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The Hospital at the Time of the Revolution
On from 31 Mar 2013 to 16 Apr 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Caryl Churchill

The World Premiere

“I wouldn't forget a man I'd tortured.”

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I Didn't Always Live Here
On from 26 Mar 2013 to 20 Apr 2013
Finborough Theatre
by by Stewart Conn

The English Premiere

“Not as if I always lived here, mind you…I started off in Govan. Never dreamt in those days I’d end up this side of the river. Real step up in the world that was…I’m grateful for it. Despite everything, I’m grateful for it ”

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Over The Bridge
On from 28 Apr 2013 to 14 May 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Sam Thompson

PLEASE NOTE: Over The Bridge runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

The first London production in over 50 years of the classic Ulster play

"I sometimes compare people with a story my father used to tell me when I was a wee girl. About how they built a boat in the shipyard, how they started from her keel plate and built her up, riveting and welding her plates to a sound structure... And when she was finished, she’d sail down Belfast Lough and into the ocean to be lashed and buffeted by storms. But dad always said that he could be sure of one thing, she’d come through it all in one piece. Isn’t it a pity people couldn’t be like that?"

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing Genre - Musical Genre - Drama
ROOMS - A Rock Romance
On from 23 Apr 2013 to 18 May 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Paul Scott Goodman (Book, Music and Lyrics) and Miriam Goodman (Book)

The European Premiere of A New Musical

She longs to see every room in the world...
He longs to stay in his...

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Blood is Strong
On from 26 May 2013 to 04 Jun 2013
Finborough Theatre
by David Hutchison

PLEASE NOTE: The Blood is Strong runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

The world premiere

"Britain, it’s a corpse. Still twitching, oh yes, but not long to go now. And we’ve got to get clear as fast as we can.”

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Nothing Is The End Of The World (Except For The End Of The World)
On from 21 May 2013 to 08 Jun 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Bekah Brunstetter

The professional world premiere

"In middle school, my parents dressed me in nothing but pro-life t-shirts with fetuses on them. I’m discovering it’s a hard rep to shake."

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Genre - Classic Genre - Drama
Early Days
On from 16 Jun 2013 to 02 Jul 2013
Finborough Theatre
by David Storey

PLEASE NOTE: Early Days runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

The first London production in over 30 years

“It’s like living on an alien planet. I speak the language but no one listens. I make the signs but nobody sees.”

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Hard Feelings
On from 11 Jun 2013 to 06 Jul 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Doug Lucie

"We're supposed to be having a party. It's s'posed to be fun. This is my house, and when I say everybody have fun, then everybody have fun."

Commissioned by the Finborough Theatre, Defibrillator presents Doug Lucie’s chillingly funny Hard Feelings. unseen in London for nearly 25 years.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Precariat
On from 14 Jul 2013 to 30 Jul 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Chris Dunkley

PLEASE NOTE: The Precariat runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

The world premiere

“I can see this life for exactly what it is. I can now, anyway. We're walkin' a knife edge. One slip, one tiny slip an' we fall. An' there's a fuck of a long way to fall... even for us. An' we're kept there... on the knife edge... because they can tell yer which way t'go. Forward or down.”

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Genre - Classic Genre - Drama
Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi
On from 06 Jul 2013 to 03 Aug 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Pam Gems

The first full professional production in more than 35 years.

“My loves, what are we to do? We won't do as they want any more, and they hate it. What are we to do?”

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Armstrong's War
On from 11 Aug 2013 to 27 Aug 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Colleen Murphy

PLEASE NOTE: Armstrong's War runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

A fully staged workshop production (prior to its official World Premiere in October 2013 at the renowned Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, B.C., Canada)

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Genre - Classic Genre - Drama
As Is
On from 06 Aug 2013 to 31 Aug 2013
Finborough Theatre
by William M. Hoffman

The first London production in more than 25 years.

“Sometimes I’m so scared I go back on my resolutions: I drink too much, and I smoke a joint, and I find myself at the bars and clubs, where I stand around and watch. They remind me of accounts of Europe during the Black Plague: groping in the dark, dancing till you drop. The New Wave is the corpse look. I’m very frightened and I miss you. Say something, damn it.”

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An Evening with Dame Diana Rigg
On from 20 Oct 2013 to 20 Oct 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Diana Rigg

For one night only on Sunday, 20 October 2013 at 7.30pm, acclaimed actress of stage and screen – and local resident – Dame Diana Rigg DBE will talk about her book, No Turn Unstoned , a collection of "the worst theatrical reviews in history". First published in 1982, her bestselling collection of vicious – but screamingly funny – reviews by theatre critics has long been a theatrical cult favourite.

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Genre - New Writing
Vibrant 2013 - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 06 Oct 2013 to 25 Oct 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Various

Now in its fifth consecutive year, the multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre – the coalface of British Theatre – presents Vibrant 2013 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, its annual explosion of new writing.


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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Black Jesus
On from 01 Oct 2013 to 26 Oct 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Anders Lustgarten

Recommended in The Guardian's Best Theatre of Autumn 2013

“ And do you know why I was called by that name? Because I decided who would be saved and who would be condemned. I took that responsibility for others and now I take it for myself. I am Black Jesus. I do not crawl. ”

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Operation Crucible
On from 01 Dec 2013 to 17 Nov 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Kieran Knowles

Please note: Operation Crucible only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

The World Premiere

“Sheffield’s on fire, it glows orange, like hell, like a furnace, like steel. The streets which were familiar are now just bricks, mortar and flame. My childhood, my home… just a pile of stone.”

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Genre - Drama
Lee Harvey Oswald - A Far Mean Streak of Independence Brought on by Negleck
On from 03 Nov 2013 to 22 Nov 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Hastings

PLEASE NOTE: Lee Harvey Oswald runs only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm, and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

The first London production in over 40 years

“If Lee Harvey Oswald did it, he could not have done it alone. If he did not, he must be the hit of the century. If he was involved and somehow double-crossed, alive today must be persons with the guilt of awful silence.”

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Genre - New Writing
Unscorched
On from 29 Oct 2013 to 23 Nov 2013
Finborough Theatre
by Luke Owen

The world premiere

WINNER OF THE PAPATANGO NEW WRITING PRIZE 2013 
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FINBOROUGH THEATRE

“I’ve seen eighteen – one-eight – people sit in that chair while I’ve sat in this one. This job needs to be done. And you can’t survive in it if you care. If you care, it will kill you”

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Genre - Classic Genre - Drama
The White Carnation
On from 26 Nov 2013 to 21 Dec 2013
Finborough Theatre
by R C Sherriff

The first production in sixty years

“There have been strange rumours about this house. Although it was in a state of ruin, lights were seen in the windows every Christmas Eve: music was heard: voices and laughter...”

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Genre - Musical
Valley of Song
On from 05 Jan 2014 to 21 Jan 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Ivor Novello

PLEASE NOTE: Valley of Song only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

he professional world premiere

Part of the Finborough Theatre's
Celebrating British Music Theatre and THEGREATWAR100 series'

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Carthage
On from 28 Jan 2014 to 22 Jan 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Chris Thompson

The World Premiere

“He was scared shitless every minute he was in there. And he knew. He knew you lot was after him.”

A Finborough Theatre commission, the world premiere of a first play by Playwright on Attachment at the Finborough Theatre, Chris Thompson.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
Lost Boy
On from 31 Dec 2013 to 25 Jan 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Phil Willmott

The professional world premiere

Part of the Finborough Theatre's
Celebrating British Music Theatre and THEGREATWAR100 series'

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Genre - Drama
The Domino Heart
On from 02 Feb 2014 to 18 Feb 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Matthew Edison

PLEASE NOTE: The Domino Heart only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

The European Premiere and the UK debut of playwright Matthew Edison

“After all, my little one, our life is this moment. This one. Gone. In a heartbeat.”

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The Hard Man
On from 02 Feb 2014 to 18 Mar 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Tom McGrath & Jimmy Boyle

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 March 2014

The first London production for more than 25 yars

“I’m a lunatic. A right bad lot. What the Judge always calls, “A menace to society”. I’m speaking to you tonight from a Scottish prison where I am serving a life-sentence for murder. What you are going to see is my life as I remember it”

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Variation on a Theme
On from 25 Feb 2014 to 22 Mar 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Terence Rattigan

The world's first production in more than 50 years

“Feelings can't sometimes be helped, but the expression of them can.”

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Almost Near
On from 30 Mar 2014 to 15 Apr 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Pamela Carter

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays, 30, 31 March, 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15 April 2014

The UK premiere

“So you’re stuck under a rock and the only way to escape is to cut your own hand off…would you do it? would you though? in real life?”

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Thérčse Raquin
On from 25 Mar 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Emile Zola

The World Premiere of a new muscial adaptation

“A story of paralysing passion”

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Velocity
On from 27 Feb 2014 to 27 Apr 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Daniel Macdonald

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays, 27, 28, 29 April, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 May 2014

The European premiere

“Everyone falls at the same rate. Isn’t that amazing? Everyone. Everything. A fat man. A little baby. A brick, a piece of paper, a penny. Amazing. Once acceleration gets a hold of you velocity just goes all f***in’ nuts”

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Martine
On from 22 Apr 2014 to 17 May 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Jean-Jacques Bernard

Jean-Jacques Bernard’s seminal 1922 play in the first UK production for more than 25 years

“When you’re away I can’t survive without her, I keep talking to her about you. And I hurt her. I seem to have to do it.”

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SPOKESONG
On from 25 May 2014 to 10 Jun 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Stewart Parker

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays, 25, 26, 27 May, 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 June 2014.

The first London production in nearly 40 years

“Imagine a fleet of civic bikes gleaming with the city's coat of arms stacked on covered racks on the corner of every street which anybody can ride anywhere...Earth would not have anything to show more fair."

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John Ferguson
On from 20 May 2014 to 14 Jun 2014
Finborough Theatre
by St John Ervine

The first English production in almost 100 years of the classic Ulster play

“We can’t understand everything. It’s no good trying to puzzle it all out. We must just have faith – that’s all. Just have faith.”

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Hostage Song
On from 22 Jun 2014 to 08 Jul 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Muisc and Lyrics by Kyle Jarrow. Book by Clay McLeod Chapman

The European premiere of a new musical.

“I've spent the entire week watching old home movies. All of Jim's birthday parties. Trips to Disney Land. Trips to the beach. Christmas dinners. Anniversary parties. All the way back to our prom. What I don't have is his beheading. None of the networks will send me a copy, no matter how much I beg. Even if he is my husband – no one will let me see.”

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Dream of Perfect Sleep
On from 17 Jun 2014 to 12 Jul 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Kevin Kautzman

A multi-award winning new play by acclaimed American playwright Kevin Kautzman in his full length UK debut.

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17
On from 20 Jul 2014 to 29 Jul 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Dameon Garnett

The World Premiere

“Let’s celebrate, right now, shall we? The cake’s ruined, but we’ve got the ashes. 17 candles on the ashes of my fucking life...”

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This Was a Man
On from 15 Jul 2014 to 02 Aug 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Noel Coward

The UK premiere

“I loathe this age and everything to do with it. Men of my sort are the products of over-civilisation. All the red- blooded honest-to-God emotions have been squeezed out of us”

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The Immortal Hour
On from 10 Aug 2014 to 26 Aug 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Rutland Boughton and 'Fiona Macleod'

A Music Drama

The centenary production and the first London production for more than 50 years

“A work of genius” – Edward Elgar

“In any other country, such a work as 'The Immortal Hour' would have been in the repertoire years ago” – Ralph Vaughan Williams

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Sommer 14
On from 05 Aug 2014 to 30 Aug 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Rolf Hochhuth

The UK premiere and the World Premiere in English

“Wars do not break out, they are not brokered or declared as is always written. They are brought about by those who desire them.”

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Jock: Scotland on Trial
On from 10 Sep 2014 to 13 Sep 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Alan Bissett

The English premiere

FOUR LATE NIGHT PERFORMANCES ONLY!

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Little Red Hen
On from 18 Sep 2014 to 18 Sep 2014
Finborough Theatre
by John McGrath

Commissioned by the Finborough Theatre as part of its Scotland Decides/Tha Alba a'taghadh2014 season to coincide with the Scottish Independence Referendum on Thursday 18 September 2014, a staged reading of John McGrath’s seminal Little Red Hen plays at the multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre for one performance only on the day of the Scottish Independence Referendum itself – Thursday, 18 September 2014 at 7.30pm.

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The Wallace
On from 07 Sep 2014 to 23 Sep 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Sydney Goodsir Smith

“What is this Scotland? Why does it elude me?
Her armies conquered, her strengths taken,
Her king in exile, and her nobles tamed,
And one man at large. One man.”

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The Flouers o'Edinburgh
On from 02 Sep 2014 to 27 Sep 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Robert McLellan

A sparkling period satire on the aftermath of the 1707 Acts of Union, the Scottish Enlightenment and the battle between the Scots and English tongues.

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Genre - New Writing
Vibrant 2014 - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 02 Nov 2014 to 20 Oct 2014
Finborough Theatre
by The Finborough Theatre

Vibrant 2014 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights

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Free As Air
On from 05 Oct 2014 to 21 Oct 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Music by Julian Slade. Book and Lyrics by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds

Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the world premiere of Salad Days, and as part of the Finborough Theatre acclaimed Celebrating British Music Theatre series, Stewart Nicholls directs the first professional UK revival in over 50 years of Julian Slade's musical Free As Air.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Rachel
On from 30 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Angelina Weld Grimké

The European premiere

“Today, we colored men and women, everywhere – are up against it... In the South, they make it as impossible as they can for us to get educated. In the North, they make a pretence of liberality; they give us the ballot and a good education, and then snuff us out. Each year, the problem just to live, gets more difficult to solve.”

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Vibrant 2014 - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 02 Nov 2014 to 20 Nov 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Satinder Chohan Henry Darke Steven Hevey Ross Howard Kevin Kautzman Nakkiah Lui Louise Monaghan Carmen Nasr Amy Ng Sarah Page Sharon Pollock Paul Roberts Chris Thompson Jane Wainwright Ben Weatherill
 The Earl’s Court Local Community

This year's festival features 15 staged readings of new works by 15 UK and international playwrights, discovered, developed or championed by the Finborough Theatre.



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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Coolatully
On from 28 Oct 2014 to 22 Nov 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Fiona Doyle

The World Premiere of the winner of the 2014 Papatango Prize

“Life isn’t easy Kilian Óg. It tests us. Always has, always will. And not everyone gets a pass. Leave Coolatully boy. Before it’s too late.”

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Genre - Drama
Obama-ology
On from 30 Nov 2014 to 16 Dec 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Aurin Squire

Please note: Obama-ology only runs on Sunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees.

The European premiere

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Genre - Drama
Silent Planet
On from 25 Nov 2014 to 20 Dec 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Eve Leigh

The world premiere

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Pig Girl
On from 11 Jan 2015 to 16 Feb 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Colleen Murphy

Please note, Pig Girl only runs on Sundays and Mondays.

The European premiere

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Genre - Musical
The Grand Tour
On from 01 Jan 2015 to 21 Feb 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Based on the play Jacobowsky and The Colonel by Franz Werfel as adapted by S. N. Behrman

The European premiere of Jerry Herman’s multi Tony Award Nominated Broadway musical – from the same creative team as Titanic, Parade, Mack & Mabel and Victor/Victoria

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Chicken Dust
On from 01 Mar 2015 to 17 Mar 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Ben Weatherill

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 ,15, 16, 17 March 2015

The World Premiere

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Harajuku Girls
On from 24 Feb 2015 to 21 Mar 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Francis Turnly

The world premiere

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Our American Cousin
On from 29 Mar 2015 to 14 Apr 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Tom Taylor

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays 29, 30, 31 March, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 April 2015

The first London production in more than a century

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Princess Ida
On from 24 Mar 2015 to 18 Apr 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Gilbert and Sullivan

The first professional London production in over twenty years

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A New Play For The General Election
On from 26 Apr 2015 to 12 May 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Chris Dunkley and Chris New

Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays 26, 27, 28 April, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12 May 2015

The World Premiere

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I Wish To Die Singing
On from 21 Apr 2015 to 16 May 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Neil McPherson

The world premiere

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Stony Broke in No Man's Land
On from 24 May 2015 to 09 Jun 2015
Finborough Theatre
by John Burrows

The World Premiere

Please note performances are only on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7.30pm and Tuesday matinees at 2.00pm.

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Miss Wilson's Waterloo
On from 10 Jun 2015 to 11 Jun 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Ellis Jones & Martin Wimbush

The World Premiere

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The One Day of the Year
On from 19 May 2015 to 13 Jun 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Alan Seymour

The first UK production in over fifty years

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Alpha Beta
On from 18 Jun 2015 to 19 Jul 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Ted Whitehead

The first major London revival for more than 40 years

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A Third
On from 28 Jun 2015 to 20 Jul 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Laura Jacqmin

The World Premiere

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We Know Where You Live
On from 02 Aug 2015 to 18 Aug 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Steven Hevey

The World Premiere

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Operation Crucible
On from 28 Jul 2015 to 22 Aug 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Kieran Knowles

The World Premiere

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Genre - Drama
This Heaven
On from 30 Aug 2015 to 15 Sep 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Nakkiah Lui

The European Premiere

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Genre - Drama
My Eyes Went Dark
On from 25 Aug 2015 to 19 Sep 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Matthew Wilkinson

The world premiere

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Genre - Drama
Horniman's Choice
On from 27 Sep 2015 to 13 Oct 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Harold Brighouse, Stanley Houghton, Allan Monkhouse

The first professional UK productions for more than 90 years

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Genre - New Writing
The Sweethearts
On from 22 Sep 2015 to 17 Oct 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Sarah Page

The World Premiere

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Genre - New Writing
Vibrant 2015 - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 25 Oct 2015 to 12 Nov 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Various

“The jewel in the crown of the London fringe... Probably the most influential fringe theatre in the world” Time Out

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Genre - Drama
Treasure
On from 20 Oct 2015 to 14 Nov 2015
Finborough Theatre
by David Pinski

The UK Premiere

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Stand Up Genre - Musical
3 Guys Naked From The Waist Down
On from 22 Nov 2015 to 15 Dec 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Book and Lyrics by Jerry Colker. Music by Michael Rupert

The first UK production for twenty five years of the Off Broadway musical

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Genre - Classic
Flowering Cherry
On from 17 Nov 2015 to 20 Dec 2015
Finborough Theatre
by Robert Bolt

The first London production in over fifty years

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance
Stony Broke in No Man's Land
On from 10 Jan 2016 to 26 Jan 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Joh Burrows

The World Premiere – returning to the Finborough Theatre by popular demand

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Genre - New Writing
P'yongyang
On from 05 Jan 2016 to 30 Jan 2016
Finborough Theatre
by In-Sook Chappell

The world premiere

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical
Andy Capp The Musical
On from 07 Feb 2016 to 23 Feb 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Book by Trevor Peacock. Music by Alan Price. Lyrics by Alan Price and Trevor Peacock.

The first professional UK production for more than 30 years.

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Weald
On from 02 Feb 2016 to 27 Feb 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Daniel Foxsmith

The World Premiere

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Genre - New Writing
Don't Smoke in Bed
On from 06 Mar 2016 to 22 Mar 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Aurin Squire

The World Premiere

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Genre - New Writing
Merit
On from 01 Mar 2016 to 26 Mar 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Alexandra Wood

The London premiere

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Maggie and Pierre
On from 13 Apr 2016 to 13 Apr 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Linda Griffiths with Paul Thompson

The European premiere

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Genre - Musical
Princess Caraboo
On from 29 Mar 2016 to 22 Apr 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Phill Willmott and Mark Collins

The World Premiere of a new British Musical

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Genre - Classic
The Non-Stop Connolly Show
On from 04 Apr 2016 to 24 Apr 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Margaretta D'Arcy and John Arden

The first UK production for more than 40 years

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Genre - New Writing
Schism
On from 27 Apr 2016 to 14 May 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Athena Stevens

The world premiere

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A Subject Of Scandal And Concern
On from 22 May 2016 to 07 Jun 2016
Finborough Theatre
by John Osborne

The London Premiere

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Stone Face
On from 17 May 2016 to 11 Jun 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Eve Leigh

The world premiere

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It Is Easy To Be Dead
On from 15 Jun 2016 to 09 Jul 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Neil McPherson

The world premiere

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Proud
On from 17 Jul 2016 to 02 Aug 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Michael Healey

The European premiere

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Shangri-La
On from 12 Jul 2016 to 06 Aug 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Amy Ng

The world premiere

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National Youth Theatre at the Finborough Theatre
On from 09 Aug 2016 to 27 Aug 2016
Finborough Theatre
by James Fritz, Bola Agbaje and Mohsin Hamid

3 World Premieres

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The Great Divide
On from 04 Sep 2016 to 20 Sep 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Alix Sobler

The world premiere

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Home Chat
On from 30 Aug 2016 to 24 Sep 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Noel Coward

The first UK production in nearly 90 years

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Trident Moon
On from 09 Oct 2016 to 18 Oct 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Anusree Roy

The world premiere

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Adding Machine: A Musical
On from 28 Aug 2016 to 22 Oct 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Joshua Schmidt

The UK premiere

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Classic Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
VIBRANT 2016
On from 30 Oct 2016 to 17 Nov 2016
Finborough Theatre
by -

Our annual explosion of new writing returns for the eighth consecutive year.

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MAGNIFICENCE
On from 25 Oct 2016 to 19 Nov 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Howard Brenton

The first full professional London production in over 40 years

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Dr. Angelus
On from 27 Nov 2016 to 20 Dec 2016
Finborough Theatre
by James Bridie

The first English production in nearly 70 years

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AFTER OCTOBER
On from 22 Nov 2016 to 22 Dec 2016
Finborough Theatre
by Rodney Ackland

The first Central London production in 80 years

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Veterans Day
On from 08 Jan 2017 to 24 Jan 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Donald Freed

The first UK production in over 25 years

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The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus
On from 03 Jan 2017 to 28 Jan 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Tony Harrison

The first UK production in nearly 30 years

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Dubailand
On from 05 Feb 2017 to 21 Feb 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Carmen Nasr

The World Premiere

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Genre - New Writing
Run The Beast Down
On from 31 Jan 2017 to 25 Feb 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Titas Halder

The world premiere

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YOU'RE HUMAN LIKE THE REST OF THEM
On from 05 Mar 2017 to 21 Mar 2017
Finborough Theatre
by B. S. Johnsom

Three short plays by B. S. Johnson

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Genre - New Writing
I'm Gonna Pray For You So Hard
On from 28 Feb 2017 to 25 Mar 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Halley Feiffer

The UK premiere

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CASTE
On from 02 Apr 2017 to 18 Apr 2017
Finborough Theatre
by T.W. Robertson

A new production commissioned by the Finborough Theatre to mark the 150th anniversary of T. W. Robertson’s 1867 comedy – and its first UK production in over 20 years.

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INCIDENT AT VICHY
On from 28 Mar 2017 to 22 Apr 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Arthur Miller

The first professional London production in over 50 years

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Songs In The Key of Cree
On from 06 May 2017 to 06 May 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Tomson Highway

The UK Premiere

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Genre - New Writing
EVERYTHING BETWEEN US
On from 30 Apr 2017 to 16 May 2017
Finborough Theatre
by David Ireland

“I bit into your heart and I chewed on it slowly like a connoisseur. I swallowed it. I remember thinking it was an especially small heart and easy to digest. But no matter what I did you wouldn’t die”

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Late Company
On from 25 Apr 2017 to 20 May 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Jordan Tannahill

The European Premiere

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Dolphins and Sharks
On from 07 Jun 2017 to 07 Jun 2017
Finborough Theatre
by James Anthony Tyler

The European premiere

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Footprints on the moon
On from 28 May 2017 to 13 Jun 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Maureen Hunter

The European Premiere

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Jam
On from 23 May 2017 to 17 Jun 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Matt Parvin

The World Premiere

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mr gillie
On from 25 Jun 2017 to 11 Jul 2017
Finborough Theatre
by James Bridie

The first London production in over 60 years

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food
On from 20 Jun 2017 to 15 Jul 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Steve Rodgers

The premiere production outside Australia

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Continuity
On from 30 Jul 2017 to 15 Aug 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Gerry Moynihan

The world premiere

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Genre - Classic
Just To Get Married
On from 25 Jul 2017 to 19 Aug 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Cicely Hamilton

The first London production in over 100 years.

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Windows
On from 22 Aug 2017 to 09 Sep 2017
Finborough Theatre
by John Galsworthy

The first professional UK production in 85 years

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Dolphins and sharks
On from 12 Sep 2017 to 30 Sep 2017
Finborough Theatre
by James Anthony Tyler

The European premiere

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Vibrant 2017 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights
On from 08 Oct 2017 to 26 Oct 2017
Finborough Theatre
by Plays by June Carryl, Sue Healy, Adam Hughes, Iain Finlay Macleod, Joe Marsh, Carmen Nasr, Jeff Page, Avin Shah and Athena Stevens.

Our annual explosion of new writing returns for the ninth consecutive year

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