Off West End Interview

Lauren Gauge interviews Fingers Crossed, the makers of Central (Story) Line,

a play inspired by Kindertransport - the WW2 scheme that saved 10,000 lives.

Podcast - Camden community radio

Was Trump inspired by the Kindertransport? Alex Hattenstone talks to Fingers Crossed about their new play Central (Story) Line

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  review - the copenhagen post

"The delivery was slick and clever. Some very good acting combined with the aforementioned costume changes stimulates the imagination and allows for the feeling that this performance is complete – by which I mean it does not feel minimal whatsoever.

A thoroughly enjoyable evening and a company that I will definitely keep an eye out for."


By Edward Owen

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  review - London pub theatres

"Central (Story) Line is a powerful work of truly humanist theatre, compassionately told, expertly performed, and gratefully received. Central (Story) Line is a triumph"


By Alex Hayward

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  review - north west end

"This play was smooth, sleek and authentic. Fresh ideas, new talent and a great (central) story line. This play needs to be seen"

By Caroline James

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  review - London theatre 1

"If it sounds like a heavy subject, that’s because it is but, while Fingers Crossed treat this with a respectful and serious approach, there are elements of tenderness and tasteful humour to balance out the mood. Very cleverly done..."

By Damien Russell

review - Two lasses in London

I’m genuinely stuck for words as to how to describe how good it is, and I’m seriously contemplating just typing ‘go see it’ over and over again until my fingers ache.

By Kimberley

interview - Two lasses in London

Two Lasses in London interview Fingers Crossed

By Kimberley