Producing and Marketing Placement

PRODUCING AND MARKETING PLACEMENT 2 days a week, 3 – 6months Office based in Canary Wharf, London End of April- October 2016 (tbc) Being part of the Finger in the Pie team has been an invaluable experience. Not only was I made incredibly welcome, during my time here I have been given great insight into […]

Meet the Artist: Kiki Lovechild

How did you get started? The truth is I got started before I can remember. There are photos of me at the age of 4 forcing extended family members to come into the living room to watch my clown show. I charged them 20p each to buy a ticket to the show. That’s 48p in […]

Meet the Placement

Name: Emma Groome Role at Finger in the Pie: Producing & Marketing Assistant How did you first hear about Finger in the Pie? Six degrees of separation: a friend’s friend’s friend or something along those lines. Then I chanced upon the job listing for the placement approximately half an hour before the deadline, so decided […]

Send in the clowns…

The first Sunday of every February brings with it a gathering that would seem most peculiar to the residents of Haggerston. Every year in All Saints Church, just shy of one hundred clowns gather at the Joseph Grimaldi Memorial service, to honour his memory and celebrate their craft. Grimaldi, born in London in 1778, is […]

Meet the Teach – Discover Your Clown Workshop

Name Dan Lees Why is clowning a good thing to learn? Clown is very useful discipline to learn, it gives us useful tools for any kind of performance whether it be burlesque, stand-up or public speaking, by focussing on what makes us authentic and engaging on stage. How did you get started? I started performing comedy in […]



2015 Facts and Figures

Finger in the Pie is dedicated to making our work as accessible as possible both to participants and audience. As part of this effort we will be publishing our end of year figures for inclusion and reach:

Rounding up a fantastic 2015!

This has been a fantastic year for Finger in the Pie: We began 2015 taking our wonderful one woman show Waiting for Stanley on a UK tour. Finger in the Pie Cabaret Showcase began a year long residency at the RVT. We had great fun launching our two brand new cabarets – Cabaret of the […]

Hello Telephones Rehearsal Gallery

This month Artistic Director Alexander Parsonage was in Barcelona rehearsing with Can Ducks Fly Theatre on their new clown production Hello Telephones. Here are a few snaps from the rehearsal room.

Meet the Teach – Spoken Word Workshop

Name Holli Dillon Why is spoken word still so important today? I actually think it’s always been a way of expressing yourself and there is still very much a scene in London and across the world. You are running a Spoken Word Workshop at Theatre Delicatessen this weekend. What kinds of skills will participants take […]