'After Dark' at the Finborough Theatre

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'After Dark' at the Finborough Theatre

A play written in the 1860's about the drama of life in London during the victorian times is about to start at the Finborough Theatre.

It was last seen in the capital more than 120 years ago and explores everything from love and loss to poverty in the East End and the early days of London's underground.

Jonathan Le Billon and Jazz Sanders are taking on two of the lead roles.

'After Dark' is on at the Finborough Theatre in West Brompton until the 6th of July.

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