The Hospital at the Time of the Revolution
Until Tue Apr 16 2013
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Mar 13 2013
UrgentTheatre - and, of course, the Finborough itself - specialise in mounting overlooked short plays. They could have a real coup on their hands with this, the first ever performance of a 1972 piece by Caryl Churchill. It's set in Algeria in 1956, and inspired by the real life and work of the Martinique-born psychiatrist and revolutionary, Frantz Fanon. James Russell directs.