But It Still Goes On
Until 4th August, Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Road, SW10 9ED
As we all know, St Peter's Square is a hive of history when it comes to famous residents from the past. One such resident was WW1 poet and novelist Robert Graves - who lived here at a time when our area was described as the bohemian capital of London.
For those who like these these connections it is hopefully of interest to know that there is a production in Earls Court of a 1929 play written by Graves, but which has never been staged before. ‘But It Still Goes On’ is being performed at the Finborough Theatre, on now and for 4 more weeks including matinees.
There is a strong (“West End”) cast – and there is a nice pub in the same building. The theatre is also air conditioned!
For more information and to book tickets:
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