The 50-seat Finborough Theatre above the Finborough Arms pub in Earls Court is one of the best small theatres in London.
The award-winning theatre presents new British writing and premieres of new plays, musical theatre, and rarely seen rediscovered 19th- and 20th-century plays. Under the artistic direction of Neil McPherson, the theatre attracts the finest creative talent and regularly transfers productions to the West End and Off-Broadway.
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Venue Details & Map
118 Finborough RoadLondonSW10 9ED
- 0844 8471652
- Public transport:
- Earls Court or West Brompton stations
I love what Finborough Theatre - like all small fringe theatres scattered throughout London - represents: a focal point for aspiring artists and members of the community happy to support that art.
Like other theatres of its ilk, Finborough Theatre is small, with perhaps room for 50 people max in its space. I was impressed with the set design of the otherwise disappointing play we saw here....more
The finborough is an extremely interesting little theatre. They only show new work or work which hasn't been shown for over 25 years. I saw a beautiful little play called Dusa,Fish,Stas and Vi. The set was genius and they even used the real window as the window in their world. Loved that choice. Overall, a great experience in a very cool theatre.more
Incredible theater experience. You are right in the middle of the action. Hopefully, they find a new tenant for the cafe downstairs. A relatively easy tube ride to this slightly out of the way venue. Lots of good eats close by however. We really enjoyed "As Greek as it Gets" which is between the tube station and the theater.more
Cool, small "fringe theatre" located on top of a wine bar. The theatre is a small room with some benches that sits about 30 people max. I saw "Don Juan Comes Back From The War", which fit the space great. Had a good time, I liked the intimacy that's possible in here.more
This is a great off-off-off-"broadway" theatre. It was full house on saturday, so we squidged 5 to a bench for a great play. All of that for 5 pounds! The staff there are polite and organised, and told us to squidge up in the nicest possible way.
Downstairs is a wine bar with a large selection of alcohol but very little in the way of food. But don't worry! They have a deal with the...more