Women Without Men

Women Without Men

Ireland in the 1930s. 

Wind of Heaven

Wind of Heaven

There is something wonderfully seasonal about Wind of Heaven at the Finborough Theatre. 

Blueprint Medea

Blueprint Medea

This is Medea, but not as you know her. Transported from ancient Greece into 21st century London, this Medea is a fierce Kurdish soldier turned asylum seeker. Blueprint Medea tackles complex issues, focusing on how easily the truth can be refracted by differences in perspective… 

Jeannie by Aimée Stuart

Jeannie by Aimée Stuart

It is 1936 in a town in Scotland. Jeannie is a drudge for her mean controlling father, but dreams of a different life. When she receives a large inheritance, she seizes the opportunity to finally escape to the glamour and sophistication of European travel… 

The Sweethearts

The Sweethearts

The Sweethearts are a manufactured girl band who are rarely off the front page of the papers. In need of some positive publicity, they travel to Afghanistan to perform for the troops... 

A Third

A Third

Being seated at director Josh Roche’s production of A Third means being drawn into the intimacy of a couple’s studio flat. With little spatial division between set and audience, you sit dotted around the central action, like lesser guests at a late night gathering... 

The Grand Tour

The Grand Tour

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 Opening on Broadway in 1979, The Grand Tour marked Jerry Herman’s long-awaited return to Broadway after almost a decade away... 

Thérèse Raquin

Thérèse Raquin

I was worrying about the cat. In the 1869 Zola novel on which this adaptation is based, Madame Raquin, Thérèse’s aunt, has a cat. Once Thérèse and her great hulk of a lover Laurent have killed her husband, Camille, their relationship falls apart in recrimination and guilt...