Soup Troupe & The Really Small Theatre Company
a play by Alexi Kaye Campbell
25 February - 3 March 2019 @ 19:00
Höyhentämö Pluckhouse, Korkeavuorenkatu 17, Helsinki
Kristin Miller is an eminent and successful art historian. As a young mother, she followed her politics and vocation, storming Parisian barricades and moving to Florence. Her recent memoir secures her place in history but fails to mention her sons.
Her birthday should be a time of celebration but when her sons decide to deliver their own versions of the past, everyone must confront the cost of Kristin's commitment to her passions.
Featuring: Giuliano Didio, Christian Jull, Hosanna Megumi, Pauliina Munukka, Joan Nordlund, and Joe White.
Directed by Anastasia Diatlova.
THIS PRODUCTION HAS NOW ENDED.
CONCESSIONS available to full-time students and retirees.
Additional discounts available on bookings of 10 or more.
Tickets (subject to availability) and refreshments can be bought at the theatre using cards as well as cash.
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An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books. As always, don't forget that 'amateur' means 'lover' in French...
Höyhentämö Pluckhouse is a hidden basement studio theatre located directly opposite Johanneksenkirkko (Johannes Church) in the design district of Helsinki. Enter through the gateway for number 17 (it will be unlocked before the show). On your immediate left through the gate is the doorway to Höyhentämö. Through the main doorway, take the right doorway and down the stair to the theatre.
Parking is limited to street parking only. Bus 24 and tram 10 stop outside the Design Museum (heading from the centre) and at Korkeavuorenkatu 11 (no.24) and Tarkk'ampujankatu 2 (no.10) heading toward the centre)
Höyhentämö Pluckhouse is, unfortunately, very wheelchair unfriendly. There are numerous steps entering and within the theatre, and a flight of stairs to reach it. Whilst someone in a manual chair can access the theatre with assistance, it is quite impossible for electric chairs to do so. We regret these restrictions, but are limited by the available facilities.