About the Show/Event
Information for Not Quite Jerusalem at Finborough, Inner London (Play). It's 1979, and Pete, Mike, Carrie and Dave have fled the grim English landscape for sunshine, sex, beer and bagels on a kibbutz. But their working holiday tests more than their physical stamina as they squabble beneath the blazing Israeli sun. Paul Kember's award winning comedy takes a sidelong view of being young, being English, and a long way from home. This production contains strong language. In a production commissioned by the Finborough Theatre to celebrate its 40th anniversary with a play written in the year the Finborough Theatre opened, the first new UK production in 40 years of Paul Kember's award-winning 1980 comedy-drama
Approximate runtime 120minutes (including any interval).
Performers Russell Bentley (Ami), Miranda Braun (Carrie), Ailsa Joy (Gila), Joe McArdle (Dave), Ryan Whittle (Mike), Ronnie Yorke (Pete).
Author Paul Kember. Producer Cumulus Productions (in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Peter Kavanagh. Design Ceci Calf. Lighting Ryan Stafford. Costume Isobel Pellow.