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But It Still Goes On, Finborough Theatre – Review

Pros: This never-before-seen play has funny moments and quirky characters. Cons: The meandering writing and cramped staging let it down. The Finborough, the dinky pub theatre above the plain but cosy Finborough Arms, is fond of rediscovering forgotten twentieth century plays. Sometimes, as with The Passing of the Third Floor Back last year, the attempts are charming and reasonably successful. This time, however, with war poet Robert Graves’ never-performed late-1929 play But It Still Goes On, the play feels as ...

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Cornelius, Finborough Theatre

J. B. PriestleyDirected by Sam Yates★★★★ Pros: The great cast and tight stage direction gives unexpected energy to this very English drama. The air conditioning and the well stocked wine bar downstairs are a bonus! Cons: There could be a little more depth to the feelings of sadness and despair in Act III. Our Verdict: Very enjoyable – a high quality, vibrant production of this almost forgotten play. Courtesy of the Finborough I have to admit I was a little ...

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