The Finborough Theatre on Spotify

A part of #FinboroughFrontier

Available online from 1 December 2023

To listen to the playlists, click here.

As part of #FinboroughFrontier, the Finborough Theatre have just launched a selection of soundtracks from Finborough Theatre productions, available to stream for free on Spotify.

Currently available playlists are:

Finborough Theatre Cast Recordings featuring original cast recordings of the Finborough Theatre productions of new musicals by Craig Adams, and Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds, and rediscoveries from Julian Slade and two shows by Ivor Novello. All the musicals featured are available to buy on CD.

Celebrating British Music Theatre featuring music from British musicals and operettas produced at the Finborough Theatre.

Music Theatre Stateside featuring music from American musicals produced at the Finborough Theatre.

It Is Easy To Be Dead featuring music heard in the Olivier Award nominated new play.

I Wish To Die Singing featuring music heard in the award-winning new play.

We will be adding more playlists from Finborough Theatre productions in the future.

Simply search “Finborough Theatre” on Spotify.

#FinboroughFrontier
During lockdown, our acclaimed #FinboroughForFree series released monthly free-to-view archive recordings and original online content including new plays, rediscoveries, a community festival, and the Finborough Forum, our invitation-only group for theatre creatives. Our online work saw us awarded London Pub Theatres’ Award for Pub Theatre of the Year 2020, and our web series Late Night Staring At High Res Pixels won London Pub Theatres Standing Ovation Award for Best Online Theatre 2021.

We strongly believe that online work is an exciting new complement to our work, and are anxious to explore this new medium, embracing anything that can be presented digitally including film, livestream, audio, and hybrid – above all to ensure that our work is truly available for everyone, especially those who cannot easily access our auditorium.

Since January 2022, we have continued our lockdown online work under a new name – #FinboroughFrontier, curated by Artistic Director Neil McPherson and Playwright-in-Residence Athena Stevens. All our online content remains – as it was throughout lockdown – entirely free to view, and is also usually available in a subtitled version. Our first releases were An Earl’s Court Miscellany, a celebration of the vivid history and personalities of Earl’s Court featuring poetry, prose and music, and filmed in the local area, and How To Make A Revolution by Einat Weizman with Issa Amro, a verbatim documentary play, filmed in the UK and Hebron. Currently available, we have videos of performances and readings as part of our ongoing #VoicesFromUkraine series, and An Earl’s Walking Tour, an interactive tour of the local area. We will also shortly be announcing our first audio drama.

Available online from 1 December 2023