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Tag Archives: Finborough Theatre

Musty or momentous? Three forgotten hits are back on stage in London

One of the hoariest critical cliches is that if a play is neglected, it is usually with good reason. In fact, many plays gather dust simply because of the wilful … Continue reading

12/06/2017 · 2 Comments

Archive Review • THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING • Finborough 2007 • Year

Christopher Fry’s The Lady’s Not for Burning (1948) is an extraordinary verse-drama from a period of British theatre that is too often dismissed as the twilight hour of drawing-room comedy, … Continue reading

02/16/2016 · Leave a comment

Finborough Theatre Posters

Originally posted on The Library Time Machine:
After the interest in the post on Royal Court Theatre posters I had a look at our other collection of theatre posters, for…

09/24/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • NEIL McPHERSON & GAVIN McALINDEN • Finborough Theatre • 2004

A sensation has occurred in London theatre, and is to be found in one of its tiniest fringe spaces, Finborough Theatre. Gavin McAlinden’s production of Gates of Gold isn’t just another above … Continue reading

04/03/2015 · Leave a comment