Fine and Dandy


Ernest Faigele Fine a wandering Jew at the turn of the century, moves across continents from the Pale of Settlement through to Manchester, Blackpool, The Music Hall and The Battlefields of Northern France.
Fine and Dandy

Image: Ali Wright


Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: King's Head Theatre
Starts: Tuesday 6 August 2019
Closes: Sunday 11 August 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Synopsis


Ernest Faigele Fine a wandering Jew at the turn of the century, moves across continents from the Pale of Settlement through to Manchester, Blackpool, The Music Hall and The Battlefields of Northern France.


In Blackpool Ernest meets the enigmatic Dandy, but alas, their love is thwarted by the evil snake charmer, Lulu Labelle.


They are re-united several years later at "The Liberty Fair" in California in a terrifying finale which includes The Garden of Eden, a Two-spirit Shaman, an infuriated snake charmer and a pair of boots.


An epic tale of trickery, treachery, love, redemption and overcoming disasters. FINE AND DANDY was first produced as a one-person show in 1999 at the King's Head Theatre, and subsequently in 2018 by the Arcola Queer Collective (Directed by Jonathan Richardson), to rapturous applause!


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Theatre


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Postal address:
115 Upper Street
Islington
London N1 1QN

Box office tel: 0207 226 8561

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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 6 August 2019

Closes:Sunday 11 August 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 9‑00pm

Wednesday ‑ 9‑00pm

Thursday ‑ 9‑00pm

Friday ‑ 9‑00pm

Saturday ‑ 9‑00pm


Matinee:
Sunday - 5-00pm

Tickets


Standard:
£18

Concessions:
£15

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Creatives


Author: Sue Frumin
Director: Lil Warren
Production: Sea-Change Theatre Company

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