at the PARK theatre

HAPPY TO HELP [PARK90 – FINAL WEEK]

Happy To Help

By Michael Ross
Directed by Roxy Cook

Michael Ross’s acerbic new comedy Happy to Help is set in a busy supermarket.

When UK managing director Tony is sent to work in the store undercover for a week, manager Vicky is determined to make his stay as uncomfortable as possible to show him what life in the aisles is really like.

Shortlisted for the 2015 Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize, Happy To Help might just make you pause for thought the next time you’re pushing a trolley.

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Running ’til 9 July
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THE QUIET HOUSE [PARK200 – FINAL WEEK]

The Quiet House

by Gareth Farr
directed by 
Tessa Walker

Last chance to catch The Quiet House. 

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Excellent writing from Gareth Farr, with a superb cast to match”
LondonTheatre1

Friday 8 July – Post show talk with the actors of The Quiet House and writer, and Dad of IVF twins, Gareth Farr.

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Running ’til 9 July
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OPENING NEXT WEEK…

The Trial of Jane Fonda [PARK200]

by Terry Jastrow
Directed by Joe Harmston

Watch Golden Globe winning actress Anne Archer star in The Trial of Jane Fonda by Terry Jastrow.

In 1972 actress Jane Fonda was photographed sitting astride a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun laughing and clapping. Overnight, the image sparked massive controversy and resulted in a new name for Fonda: Hanoi Jane. Playwright Terry Jastrow’s The Trial of Jane Fondainvestigates the events surrounding the photo and the subsequent meeting between Fonda and Vietnam veterans in 1988.

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Running from 14 Jul – 6 Aug
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Some Girl(s) [PARK90]

By Neil LeBute
Directed by Gary Condes

Neil LaBute’s wry comedy Some Girl(s) returns to the London stage this summer in a production directed by Gary Condes.

Playwright and screenwriter LaBute’s work centres on everyman character ‘Guy’ and his journey across America to re-meet each of his previous girlfriends. Audiences witness comedy edged with an interrogation into modern relationships.

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Running from 14 Jul – 6 Aug
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FROM OUR FRIENDS…

False Choices

By Megan Cronin

“Where we are… this is the grey. You get to choose what happens next”. Matthew has just killed himself by jumping off Waterloo Bridge. 
Clara drowned herself on June 2, 1962. 
They meet in The Grey where people can make choices, understand their lives and find human connection.

FALSE CHOICES is the debut play by Megan Cronin.

Playing as part of #Festival46 at the King’s Head Theatre.

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Running from 25, 29 & 30 Jul 2016
at The King’s Head Theatre
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