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After its sell out smash-hit run at Birmingham Repertory Theatre the “Outstandingly written and incredibly acted” (Sincerely Amy) play comes to Park Theatre!

The cast includes Park Alumni Oliver Lansley (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance)Michelle Bonnard (Kalila Wa Dimna – The Mirror for Princes Barbican/World Tour), Allyson Ava Brown (Doctors and Casualty) and Tom Walker (Noises Off Old Vic).

This blistering new play follows Gareth Farr’s Bruntwood Prize-winning debut, Britannia Waves the Rules  (Royal Exchange in Manchester and on tour to Latitude Festival, Edinburgh and Sydney, Australia)

To celebrate its opening in London a limited amount of £10 tickets for the first two weeks have been released!

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Offer available online for Band B tickets.

“Tense, funny and incredibly raw and real, The Quiet House gets you in the gut and in the heart”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★  What’s On

“Powerful and heart-breaking in equal measure”
★ ★ ★ ★ The Reviews Hub

“A courageous, emotive and honest piece of writing”
Broadway World

Click here to watch the trailer for The Quiet House


Curated by Jessica Hepburn author of the best-selling book and blog The Pursuit of Motherhood

It’s 2016. The fertility industry is booming. One in six couples are struggling to conceive and IVF offers an assisted route to parenthood for many including growing numbers of same sex couples and singles who are seeking treatment to make a family.

In the first event of its kind in the UK, Fertility Fest will bring together twenty of the country’s leading writers, visual artists, theatre-makers, film-directors and composers in a day of performance, discussion and debate on one of the most important scientific and societal developments of our times.

Sharing the stage with them will be some of the country’s foremost fertility experts. Topics under the artistic microscope include facing the diagnosis of infertility, IVF, donation, surrogacy, the male experience, egg freezing and alternative routes to parenthood.

This festival will be of interest to both people who have been affected by the issues and people who know little about it but are intrigued to find out more. It will be a space to find support and comfort with other people who understand as well as a place to challenge, ask questions and find out more.

To find out more about the timetable and speakers, visit

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