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Finborough Theatre

A Latino immigration enforcement officer escorts Gracie, a young, undocumented Chicana girl towards detainment and deportation, and away from Kentucky – away from all...

‘Melodrama’ has become synonymous with far-fetched coincidences and indulgent emotions. Phil Willmott’s entertaining production of Dion Boucicault’s 1868 play After Dark; Or, a Drama...

Abigail Andjel has won a new £8,000 playwriting award for writers working in front-of-house, backstage, administrative and creative roles in theatre. The ETPEP Award 2019...

Julia Pascal’s Blueprint Medea loosely transposes Euripides’ tragedy to modern day London. In her version, the title character (Ruth D’Silva) is an asylum seeker...

Written at the height of the suffrage movement in 1913, St John Ervine’s Jane Clegg contains echoes of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. It explores...

Inspired by an 18th-century ballad, the titular Maggie May in Lionel Bart’s 1964 Liverpool-set musical is the archetypal dockside ‘brass’ with a heart of...

Not performed in London for 35 years, Athol Fugard’s A Lesson from Aloes evokes the repressive atmosphere of 1960s South Africa and the personal...

An £8,000 playwriting award has been launched to "further the ambitions" of budding writers working in front-of-house, backstage, administrative and creative roles in theatre. The...

Telling the story of two survivors of the Armenian genocide forging new lives in America, Richard Kalinoski’s 1992 play Beast on the Moon is...
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