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Fishskin TRousesr is being revived at The Park Theatre in North London

August 2014 Lubkinfinds held a rehearsed reading of Elizabeth Kuti's new play 'Lefter Than Thou' in the Vanbrugh Theatre at RADA. 

August 2014 Lubkinfinds begin working with Historian Jeremy Krikler of The University of Essex to develop a play about Lord Mansfield and The Slave Ship Zong

Robert Price, David Timson, Sean Ohlendorf, Tamara Lawrence and Michael Hayden spent a day workshopping Jeremy's script 'The Peril of The Sea' at Rada.


September 17th 2014 Lubkinfinds double bill at The Theatre Royal Bury St.Edmonds

We are delighted to announce that both of Elizabeth's East Anglian plays, commisioned and produced for the Rada Festival, are playing together for a night in Bury St.Edmonds as Suffolk Stories. This continues our ambition of finding ways to bring our plays home to the landscapes that inspired them.   


May 2014 Lubkinfinds at the Lakeside Theatre

The Broken Token recieved its UK premiere at the Lakeside Theatre on The University of Essex campus on Thursday 1st of May. Greg and Jessica played beautifully on a busy night and we learned a lot about how the play works and where we need to take it next.

April 2014 Lubkinfinds goes to Hollywood
The Broken Token, starring Greg Baxter and Jessica Carroll, received its world premiere in Los Angeles, on Saturday 12th April 2014, in front of a public audience at the historic William Clark Memorial Library.  The company was invited by Professor Felicity Nussbaum of UCLA, whose own research on eighteenth-century theatre and culture includes her recent  acclaimed book on Georgian actresses, Rival Queens. 


10th and 12th July 2014 The Broken Token at The Rada Festival
Lubkinfinds bring Elizabeth's Play the Broken Token to London for Three performances only in The Gielgud Theatre at The Rada Festival. 


26 October 2013 Lubkinfinds toured to St Bartholomews Church in Orford
To complete their Fishskin adventure and bring the play home Lubkinfinds went to Suffolk. 200 people watched the play on a wild and windy night in Orford's historic church, which saw the premiere of several of Benjamin Britten's most celebrated works.
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