Narelle is Sydney born and bred, but lately she’s lost her sense of belonging.
The renowned Finborough Theatre is still alive and well as witnessed by its latest production of Jordan Hall’s How To Survive An Apocalypse presented by Proud Haddock.
It’s 1979, and Mike, Carrie, Pete and Dave have fled grim, divided England for the sunshine, sex, beer and bagels of an Israeli kibbutz, only to find that what was supposed to be…
Ireland in the 1930s.
There is something wonderfully seasonal about Wind of Heaven at the Finborough Theatre.
This is Medea, but not as you know her.
It is 1936 in a town in Scotland.
The Sweethearts are a manufactured girl band who are rarely off the front page of the papers.
seated at director Josh Roche’s production of A Third means being drawn into
the intimacy of a couple’s studio flat.
The European premiere of Jerry Herman’s multi Tony Award Nominated Broadway musical - from the same creative team as Titanic, Parade, Mack & Mabel and Victor/Victoria
I was worrying about the cat.
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