Passing By at the Finborough Theatre, Earls Court
ACCORDING to Simon Callow, it is ‘one of the most radical plays ever written; quirky, funny, touching,
romantic and revolutionary.’
And in its first London production for more than 35 years, Martin Sherman’s groudbreaking Passing By is coming to the Finborough Theatre in Earls Court.
It is a charming romantic comedy about a love between two men whose hearts pull them together as their lives pull them apart.
Passing By was first produced at Playwrights Horizons, in 1974, and by Gay Sweatshop at the Almost Free Theatre in 1975, but this is its first London revival.
- What? Passing By
- Where? The Finborough Theatre, Earls Court
- When? September 16-25
- Cost? £14, or £10 for concessions