The Finn-Brit Players is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for our June production of The Finnish Play, by Ian Eastment with Graham Lees. A special discount is available for the early adopters among you – and, of course, for FBP members.
British Pomp confronts Finnish Circumstance
When Finns and expats meet in Helsinki, things generally proceed amicably – unless someone like Gerald is around.
There’s a certain type of obnoxious British expat. We’ve all met one in our time: they insist on correcting people who dare to say ‘elevator’ or ‘sidewalk’, and think the British Empire is still alive and kicking. Gerald, the protagonist – or should that be antagonist? – of the Finn-Brit Players’ new comedy, The Finnish Play, is one of them.
The play’s title alludes to a theatrical superstition – you should never refer to Shakespeare’s Macbeth by name, only as ‘The Scottish Play’, or else disaster will strike. But Gerald enjoys playing with fire.
WHEN: 1–3 & 6–8 June 2016 at 7 pm
WHERE: Höyhentämö-Pluckhouse, Korkeavuorenkatu 17, 00130 Helsinki
TICKETS are now on sale via our website: www.finnbritplayers.com/tickets
15€ – general admission
11€ – Finn-Brit Players members
10€ – full-time students
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
13€ for general admission tickets purchased by 15 May!
As an FBP member you get a 20% discount on tickets to The Finnish Play – not only for yourself but also for your family members and those accompanying you to the theatre. You’ll need your membership number to obtain the discount, so remember to renew/join up in good time before buying your tickets!