After a successful production last year with Arthur Miller’s Incident At Vichy, director Phil Willmott returns with another one of Miller’s plays – this time one of his lesser-known works. Paradoxically, it is of more possible interest than the rest of his canon…
This revival of Sarah Daniels’ 1983 feminist classic, Masterpieces, is Neil McPherson’s latest good idea. It’s a play that is often seen, in textbooks, as typical of a militant femintern style of theatre-making so, in the #MeToo moment, it now acquires a renewed relevance.
Award-winning director Josh Seymour returns to the Finborough Theatre with the UK debut of Brooklyn-based playwright Jordan Seavey. The European premiere of Homos, or Everyone in America, opens for a four-week limited season on 9 August 2018.
Ernest Hemingway was the figurehead for lean, masculine writing in the American novel, whose purpose was to be truthful… Written by Rolf Hochhuth and directed by Anthony Shrubsall, Death Of A Hunter stars Edmund Dehn as the writer in question.
How do we get the word out – really out – about fringe theatre in general and pub theatres in particular. There’s cutting-edge work going on all the time at, for example, the Finborough or Theatre 503, which is based in The Latchmere in Battersea.