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Tag Archives: Finborough Theatre
An edited version of this review has appeared on London24 A full century since it was first staged in Dublin Mixed Marriage, centred on a Protestant family in Belfast, resonates as clearly as any modern day socio-political drama. The script and … Continue reading
An edited version of this review appeared in MyVillage.com… Nick Gill’s tongue-in-cheek exposé of prejudices vacillates between light and dark to provide a singular examination of middle-class stereotypes. Gill joyously typecasts the Jones family: housewife Jane, businessman James and their … Continue reading
The Finborough, a sure bet for fringe theatre, currently delivers top drawer musical enjoyment with a revival of “Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd”. Set in the smallest Big Top I’ve ever seen the story is … Continue reading
Quest of Conscience brings the interviews of extermination camp Nazi Commandant Franz Stangl to the stage. An intriguing, devastating subject matter yet Gitta Sereny’s interviews, so real on paper, translate poorly to the “boards”. The four-piece production, made up of … Continue reading
Not for the faint of heart this 90 minute drama plots the destruction wrought by the untimely death of Leona and Danny’s only child Amelia pushing the audience to the precipice of despair. Set in Toronto, Canada the palpable desolation … Continue reading