Join us for two hours of comedy, tragedy and everything in between, delivered in seven plays that, while being short, don’t lack bite.
We strongly recommend that you book in advance, as there is limited seating and these events have previously sold out.
MESSIAH WHISKEY written by Kristoffer Lawson
directed by Kristoffer Lawson & Zach Chamberlaine
In the aftermath of a global disaster, mankind faces its greatest challenge yet.
Admiral Radakin – Matthew Paines
General Carter – Zach Chamberlaine
Lieutenant Barker – Mikael Kivimäki
General Carlton-Smith – Richard von Kauffman
General McConville – Kent Tankersley
RŌNIN written by Andrew Paulsen & directed by Ahti Tolvanen
Punishment or restitution? Rōnin doesn't seek to say one is right over the other, but tries to acknowledge the complications that two social change tendencies have in co-existing, and what can sometimes be robbed from “one left” when the other embraces its practices without considering what might be best for the victim. Jill is like a rōnin, (a homeless warrior), drifting through her political landscape, which she once felt she served, but now is kind of lost.
Tara – Iida Karlstedt
Jill – Saara Rüter
Mark – Tom Gilder
F****** DAY written by Vladislav Nenchev
directed by Vladislav Nenchev & Zach Chamberlaine
It’s the second Sunday in June. A beautiful day is painted across Vienna, and its focal point is a cozy little café near the Danube. Freshness from the river and couples waft around. One of those couples happens upon the café, undoing the serenity of the day. Joint faults on all sides culminate in various resignations and a Viennese coffee, bitter in emotion, as well as in taste...
Richard – David Rogers
Sophie – Sarah Puukka
Livia – Paulina Paalama
Matthias – Rick Joosten
BABY STUFF written & directed by Matias Kylliäinen
Parenthood must be tough. At least I think so. There’s so much that can go wrong or take an unexpected turn. But it must also be a lot of fun. 'Baby Stuff' is a comedy about parenthood through the eyes of a 25-year-old. It plays with the whole journey from having a baby to a young adult eventually flying out of the nest. The journey is full of questions like “What will her first word be?”, “Are we good enough as parents?” and “Why on earth won´t you eat?”. You could sum up parenthood in one fundamental question: will this child turn out just fine?
Erika – Esteri Hellgrén
Thomas – Mikael Kivimäki
Maria – Hosanna Megumi
Remover – Matias Kylliäinen
RESET written & directed by Dish M. Eldishnawy
Now that humans have screwed everything up, maybe we need to reset life on Earth?
Mr X – Rafael Rybczynski
Gabi – Tom Gilder
Man – Dish M. Eldishnawy
VOLCANO INSURANCE written & directed by Leben Norrie
Insurance is there for those ‘what if’ moments in our lives. Join our neurotic customer as he works out what he needs coverage for in this bizarre skit. FEARS, real and unfounded are covered under any number of our policies.
Customer – Graham Lees
Advisor – Iida Karlstedt
CURSE OF THE MEATBALLS written & directed by Zachariah Chamberlaine
Welcome to the oldest café in town: Molly’s Coffeehouse, established in 1666. In a place like this, you just can’t escape the history (even though you might want to), and its varied menu definitely caters to all tastes (although not necessarily the ones you might expect). Just remember, at Molly’s you can have anything you want as long as…
Taylor – Jessica Calonius
Customer – Todd Elliott
Regular – Zach Chamberlaine
Weirdo – Tasha Tolm
Five performances only at Höyhentämö-Pluckhouse (Korkeavuorenkatu 17, 00130 Helsinki)
Tuesday 12 November 2019 at 19:00
Wednesday 13 November 2019 at 19:00
Thursday 14 November 2019 at 19:00
Saturday 16 November 2019 at 19:00
Sunday 17 November 2019 at 14:00
PLS NOTE: Due to the nature of the stage, latecomers cannot be admitted, so please arrive in good time to take your seat. This show contains strong language, and we also kindly ask that you do not bring babies or other young children to the performance.
Bought IN ADVANCE online:
15.00€ – standard admission
11.25€ – students, retired, national service, FBP members
Bought AT THE DOOR (if still available):
16.00€ – standard admission
12.00€ – students, retired, national service, FBP members
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).
See the product description in our Holvi store for information about discount codes and to buy tickets.