Finborough Theatre

Magnificence By Howard Brenton

Richard Brownlie-Marshall | Posted 01.11.2016 | UK Entertainment
Richard Brownlie-Marshall

As the lights dim in the Finborough Theatre, a faint commotion can be heard coming from the corridor outside. The auditorium has become a disused buil...

Theatre Review - Khadija is 18

Lucy Popescu | Posted 23.01.2014 | Home
Lucy Popescu

Most of the refugee stories we read about in the media are negative. But many asylum seekers are torture survivors who have fled to the UK and live in a terrifying limbo - acutely aware that each morning they wake up could be their last day in safety.

Theatre Review: The Fear of Breathing

James Denselow | Posted 23.09.2012 | Home
James Denselow

The lack of information from Syria has resulted in several innovative attempts to communicate events here in the UK. The Fear of Breathing takes the issue the stage at the intimate Finborough Theatre in Chelsea.

Fog at London's Finborough Theatre Shines a Light on Broken Families and Child Abuse in Britain's Care System

Martin Newman | Posted 12.03.2012 | Home
Martin Newman

The Finborough Theatre's Fog, about a returned serviceman's attempts to reunite his family after leaving his kids in care for a decade where they were abused, is harrowing. But it is a very matter-o-fact kind of harrowing.