by Oliver Lansley

Directed by Zoë Chandler & Graham Lees


"Upon this stage a tale we bring to you
Of devils, angels, infants and a womb..."

Oliver Lansley's 'Immaculate' (2005) is a contemporary tale of a virgin birth. Mia is young, free and single, and claims she hasn’t had sex for over nine months. But she is most definitely pregnant. The father? One of the four men – mortals and sentient beings alike – who show up at her doorstep. Probably.

“Genuinely a laugh a minute, with some real strokes of comic genius”
– Metro

“This play is carved out for those who can truly appreciate witty one-liners, bitter sarcasm, over-the-top slapstick, [and] relentless swearing”
– Varsity

Elina Jackson – MIA
Hanna Ouahmane – REBECCA
Salomon Marttila – MICHAEL
Emily Matthews – GABRIEL
Mikael Kivimäki – LUCIFER
Leben Norris – GARY

Thu 7 February at 19:00
Fri 8 February at 19:00
Sat 9 February at 19:00
Sun 10 February at 17:00
Mon 11 February at 19:00
Tue 12 February at 19:00
Wed 13 February at 19:00
Thu 14 February at 19:00

Höyhentämö – Pluckhouse
Korkeavuorenkatu 17, 00130 Helsinki

to be announced, estimated at roughly two hours

Bought online (from our Holvi store)
15 € – standard admission
11,25 € – students, national service, retired & FBP members

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Finn-Brit Players members (who have paid their membership fees for the year) may buy a reasonable number of tickets for those accompanying them to the theatre, or for friends and family to watch them on stage. Members will need to have their membership numbers to hand when ordering (in the form FBPXXXX, where XXXX is your four-digit membership number).