Future Exhibitions


Exhibition by Henry MacHale in association with venue the Finborough Theatre.

The multi-award winning Finborough Theatre has freed its walls for the first time for a new exhibition to be
curated in conjunction with its current world premiere production ‘Miss Lilly Gets Boned or The Loss of All
Elephant Elders’. The Finborough Theatre is renowned for producing bold, shrewd and exciting work from
both home and abroad, this exhibition promises to compliment the theatre’s excellent reputation.
Gallery @ The Finborough offers a novel opportunity to experience art with a drink in hand, followed by a
thought provoking play - an evening of varied cultural enjoyment.

Henry MacHale began photographing East Africa aged 16. Living, working and teaching in Africa has
enabled MacHale to capture the deep mood of the country, its environment and habitat. His
photographs allow others to own something that they themselves may not have been able to capture
whilst out in the bush. Henry often sits still for hours, waiting for the perfect shot, often dangerously close
to the animals. MacHale makes the familiar look original and fresh as his images highlight the vastness of
the plains, the unpredictability of the wild, the sheer panic of the stampede.

The images will be exhibited from Tuesday, 22 June 2010 (Press Night: Thursday, 24 June 2010) running until Saturday, 11 July 2010.

10% of all print sales will be donated to TUSK TRUST. www.tusk.org

Address: 118 Finborough Road, London SW10 9ED