At the Park theatre

EUROPEAN PREMIERE – NOW ON STAGE!

THE BURNT PART BOYS [PARK90]

The long awaited European Premiere of this critically-acclaimed, heartwarming Miller&Tysen musical IS NOW OPEN and is captivating audiences in Park90.

Get a flavour for the soaring bluegrass and pop-inspired score in this video and audio clipof The Burnt Part Boys cast singing ‘God’s Eyes’ and ‘The Man I Never Knew’.

Set in rural West Virginia,1962. Fourteen year-old Pete is fighting to claim his past. His older brother Jake is hoping to forge a future. With an eclectic band of friends teetering on the brink of adulthood, they’ve embarked on a life-altering journey to the coalmine that took their father’s life.This inspirational new musical finds both the streaks of light and the heart of darkness within us all.

Hailed among critics as an innovative and gripping musical The Burnt Part Boys is an unforgettable coming of age story with a masterfully orchestrated and arranged score that will engross and mesmerize.

What audiences are saying on twitter

Great night at @ParkTheatre! Really enjoyed the Burnt Part Boys- a stripped down musical that allowed emotions to shine, lovely.

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On stage till 3 Sep
BOOK HERE

THE ROUNDABOUT [PARK200]

COMING SOON – OPENS 24 AUG

Rehearsals are now in full swing for the eagerly awaited major revival of J.B. Priestley’s delightful comedy, The Roundabout. 

One of Britain’s most prolific playwrights J.B. Priestley is beloved for such classics as An Inspector Calls and Time and the Conways. The Roundabout is a funny, touching, highly perceptive look at England in the 1930s, when it looked, just possibly, as if the social order might be changing.

Find out what’s happening in the rehearsal room via this behind the scenes blog, check out our facebook photo album and meet the cast here.

Great seats available from under £20 

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On stage from 24 Aug – 24 Sep
BOOK HERE

What else is happening…

The Trial of Jane Fonda

The Trial of Jane Fonda [PARK200]

On stage now until 20 Aug. Tickets from £20
Best availability on matinees!

‘Fascinating… a tour de force performance from Anne Archer’
★★★★ LondonTheatre1

‘Explosive performances… 95 minutes of powderkeg drama’
★★★★★ Stage Review

Offie Award Nominee – Best New Play

So what’s the verdict on The Trial of Jane Fonda? See what audiences have to sayhere.

The American Wife

The American Wife [PARK90]

7 Sep – 1 Oct. Tickets from £14.50

What if everything you’re ever known was thrown into question? And everything you ever trusted was subjected to doubt?

When Karen Ruiz’s husband is accused of being a terrorist, she endeavors to clear his name. Can she maintain her faith in her husband, her marriage and her government? Or will she find that the only person she can believe in is herself?

 

FROM OUR FRIENDS…

Thérèse Raquin

Southwark Playhouse
Until 3 Sept

Trapped in a sexless marriage with her sickly cousin Camille, Thérèse Raquin embarks on an illicit, turbulent affair with her husband’s friend Laurent, that leads to a horrifying conclusion. Written in 1867, Émile Zola’s seminal novel proved a literary sensation. It’s honest and powerful portrayal of the overwhelming force of human desire remains shocking to this day.

Waiting for Godot

St James Studio
30 Aug – 24 Sep

Two hapless understudies occupy their time backstage, trying to understand art, life, theatre and their precarious existence within it.  Described as “delectable” by The New York Times and “gleefully absurd” by Time Out New York this brilliantly witty comedy ponders Beckett, showbiz and just what it’s all about.

The Book Club

The Kings Head Theatre
11 Oct – 5 Nov

Deb can’t quite shake the feeling there’s something missing in her life. Her kids have left home. Her husband is sport-obsessed. When her friend Trish pushes her to join the eccentric local book club, self-confessed “bookaholic” Deb decides there’s nothing to lose. Little does she know her fantasies will start to become reality….


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