Finborough Theatre


Finborough Theatre from the street.

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Management


Artistic director: Neil McPherson
Deputy Chief Executive: Alex Marker

Theatres


Finborough Theatre - seats 50

Telephone




Box office: 0844 847 1652

Email


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Location


Address:
118 Finborough Road
London SW10 9ED

Council: Kensington and Chelsea

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
Earl's Court (Piccadilly, District)
West Brompton (District)

Train:
West Brompton (Overground, National Rail)

Buses:

Stop:

Redcliffe Street


Day no:
328, C3


Night no:
N31

Access information


General

Guide and hearing dogs are welcome in the auditorium. All seats are unreserved, and are in bench seating format. The doors open to the auditorium 30 minutes before each performance, so if you are there then, you can choose your seat to suit your particular requirements.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


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Wheelchair access

There is full access to the main bar and an accessible toilet. There are 23 steps to the theatre (including a turn in the stairs) with a handrail on the left-hand side.

Visual assistance

On request, the theatre will arrange a touch guide to the set and props, or prepare audio and large print versions of programmes.

Hearing assistance

The theatre sometimes offer STAGETEXT captioned performances - see the webapge for the production to see if captioned performances are available: usually on the Saturday matinee of the third week of each main four week run.

Current shows


Chemistry


Steph struggles with chronic depression. Jamie just overachieved himself off the deep end. When they meet in their psychiatrist's office, sparks fly and they stumble unexpectedly into a beautiful relationship.


Previews from: Tuesday 29 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 23 November 2019



Upcoming shows


The Wind of Heaven


Rural Wales in the 1850s, in the immediate aftermath of the Crimean War. Dilys Parry lives in Blestin, a mountain village which has no children and worships no god since a disaster snatched away all its youth.


Previews from: Tuesday 26 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 21 December 2019



Scrounger


On the streets of Elephant and Castle, everyone likes to make speculations about Scrounger. She needs help, she must not be aware of the complexities of the world, she is sent from the demons to torture her mum …


Previews from: Tuesday 7 January 2020

Closes: Saturday 1 February 2020



On McQuillan's Hill


Rural Northern Ireland, 1999. Fra Maline, proud IRA man, returns home - released early from prison under the Good Friday Agreement - and to celebrate his daughter throws a welcome home celebration at the local community hall on McQuillan's Hill.


Previews from: Tuesday 4 February 2020

Closes: Saturday 29 February 2020



Not Quite Jerusalem


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 a working holiday is more like hard labour in 100-degree temperatures.


Previews from: Tuesday 3 March 2020

Closes: Saturday 28 March 2020



Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad


Love in the bleachers. Blood on the ice. The usual small town affair. Teddy and Donner are two lonely working-class single parents who meet at their children's minor league ice-hockey match.


Previews from: Tuesday 31 March 2020

Closes: Saturday 25 April 2020



Women Without Men


Ireland in the 1930s. When enthusiastic young teacher Jean Wade arrives at Malyn Park Private School, she thinks she's landed on her feet: lively pupils, cosy staffroom, and a room of her own.


Previews from: Tuesday 28 April 2020

Closes: Saturday 23 May 2020




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