Blueprint Medea, written and directed by Julia Pascal, receives its world premiere at the Finborough Theatre tonight (23 May 2019). Check out our first-look production shots gallery – and then get booking!
“My character does not treat his wife respectfully at all…” Watch Brian Martin talking about Finborough Theatre’s four star revival of St John Ervine’s Jane Clegg, then book a ticket for one of the final performances!
“Impeccable”, “gripping” and “poignant” – critics have been quick to praise David Gilmore’s revival of Jane Clegg, which has not been seen on the London stage for more than 75 years. Take a look at what they said, then book your tickets.
We’re counting down to the world premiere of Blueprint Medea, which relocates Euripides’ ancient classic to the fringes of modern London amongst a group of Kurdish and Iraqi immigrants. How has writer-director Julia Pascal’s company been getting on in rehearsals? Take a look – and then get booking!
Blueprint Medea, which gets its world premiere this month at the Finborough Theatre, is the first play in English that features a character based on the “Kurdish Angelina Jolie”. Who was the late Asia Ramazan Antar? Time to get booking!
Jane Clegg hasn’t been seen in London for 75 years but audiences at the Finborough Theatre are being thrilled by its compelling storytelling in a sizzling revival.
In 1978, Julia Pascal became the first-ever woman to direct at the National Theatre. She’s astounded that, 40 years on, women are still fighting for equality of voice in theatre. But she’s continuing to make her own case with her latest play Blueprint Medea. We discussed inspiration, Kurdish freedom fighters and multi-cultural casting with her. Time to get booking!
Blueprint Medea, the first play in English featuring a character based on the real-life “Kurdish Angelina Jolie”, gets its world premiere next month at the Finborough Theatre, care of multi-award-winning writer and director Julia Pascal. Time to get booking!
The cast is cracking in Jane Clegg at the Finborough Theatre with direction becoming pacey after the early scenes. Over time the action and emotion draw you in.
From happy family times to violent confrontations, these fantastic production shots from Finborough Theatre’s revival of Jane Clegg tell a s story by themselves. Take a look through the gallery, then book your tickets to see the show proper.