NEWS: Julia Grogan’s Playfight to Receive Streamed Rehearsed Reading

The play, which was named the winner of the Finborough Theatre’s ETPEP Award 2020 will be streamed for a week from the 1st April. Directed by Blanche McIntyre, the rehearsed reading will be streamed for free via the Finborough Theatre’s Youtube channel from the 1st April until the Thursday the 8th April as part of #FinboroughForFree.… Read More

First Look at… Hockey Mum, Hockey Dad, Finborough Theatre

New images have been released for the upcoming European premiere of Michael Melski’s play. Promotional images have been released for the upcoming European premiere of the play, running at the Finborough Theatre from the 31st March until the 25th April. Directed by Jimmy Walters, the production is set to star  Kristin Atherton (Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Titus… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for The Niceties at the Finborough Theatre

The production will play at the theatre from the 1st to the 26th October. It has been announced that Matthew Iliffe’s production of The Niceties by Eleanor Burgess is set to star double Olivier award winner Janie Dee alongside Moronkẹ Akinola who makes her professional stage debut. At an elite East Coast university, an ambitious… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 14th April

Here’s a few reads that have been really popular on Love London Love Culture this week…. Interview with Laura Harling: we chatted to the Artistic Director about the company’s latest production One Hundred Trillion being performed at the Old Vic workrooms from the 7th to the 11th May. Five Minutes with Olivia Rose Smith: the… Read More

REVIEW: Maggie May, Finborough Theatre

This first London professional revival is lively but also highlights the problems with the book. Having only being familiar with Lionel Bart’s most famous musical Oliver! it is refreshing to see the Finborough Theatre rediscovering this little known musical set in Liverpool and director Matthew Iliffe giving it a lively production. It is just a… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Revival of Lionel Bart’s Maggie May

The production will play at the Finborough Theatre from the 27th March. Featuring music and lyrics by Lionel Bart and book by renowned dramatist Alun Owen, Matthew Iliffe’s production is the first London revival since its premiere in 1964 at the Adelphi Theatre. It has been confirmed that the cast for the production is set… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Year

It has been a busy year for LLLC – here’s a guide to some of what we  have been up to in the last 12 months… Take a Journey to the Underworld: perhaps a slight exaggeration but Love London Love Culture thoroughly enjoyed Funicular Productions immersive dining and theatre experience – which is also a great way to meet new people! I Am Of Ireland, Old Red lion Theatre: LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington enjoyed this production of Seamus Finnegan’s play… Read More

REVIEW: Square Rounds, Finborough Theatre

Tony Harrison’s play is pretty hard going but once it focuses on the central story, it becomes an fascinating insight into the devastating impact that weapons of mass destruction have had on humanity.  Weapons of mass destruction have had a huge impact on humanity across the centuries and Tony Harrison highlights this with flair  as… Read More

REVIEW: Homos, Or Everyone in America, Finborough Theatre

Intense, overpowering and heartfelt – Homos, Or Everyone In America welcomes you to the intimate relationship of a gay couple in New York. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I entered the tiny Finborough Theatre and noticed that the entire space was covered with sand, nor when I was hit by the distinct smell… Read More

NEWS: Proud Haddock to Present Tony Harrison’s Square Rounds

Theatre company  Proud Haddock  will present Tony Harrison’s war drama at the Finborough Theatre this September.  This first UK production of the play in thirty years will feature an all-female ensemble, directed by Jimmy Walters. Fritz Haber, a German Jewish chemist, has been ordered by the Kaiser to develop a deadly poison gas to help Germany… Read More