Trafalgar Studios 2 welcomes Imogen Stubbs an Amanda Daniels during April as Dermot Canavan’s Third Finger, Left Hand has a brief run in the West End. The story is one about reminiscing and growing up in the 1970s, offering a moving portrayal of two sisters as they come together to patch things up.
The production follows on from Jack Thorne’s Mydidae, which runs at the venue during March, and marks the latest occasion in which audiences can witness the stage and screen actress Stubbs on a West End stage. Prior to Third Finger, Left Hand she has appeared in Salt, Root And Roe at Trafalgar Studios, and Hamlet at the Old Vic Theatre, among others, in addition screen roles in the likes of Switch, Doctors and Casualty, with a career that goes back many decades.
Those with theatre tickets that see her in this production will see her portray Niamh, the sister of Grace (Daniels), as they come together for the first time since they stopped talking to one another following their mother’s death. Niamh has cancer now and she has called upon Grace to look over old photos from their past, with the narrative shifting backwards and forwards in time to offer a compelling and memorable portrayal of growing up in the 1970s.
Third Finger, Left Hand gains a short run in the West End in 2013 with a run at Trafalgar Studios 2 from Thursday 4th April 2013 (previews from Wednesday 3rd April 2013) to Saturday 27th April 2013.
|Booking From:||Tuesday, 2nd April 2013|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 27th April 2013|
|Running Time:||1 hour 45 minutes|
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