At the Park theatre


‘Gripping… expertly sung and staged’ ★★★★ The Stage

The reviews are in for mesmerizing new musical, The Burnt Part Boys in Park90! Critics and audiences alike are singing their praises:

‘A splendid musical adventure’
★★★★ Reviews Gate

‘A truly touching show with an extremely talented and exciting young cast’
★★★★ LondonTheatre1

‘Soaring harmonies and stirring anthems… makes the scalp tingle’
The Independent

‘A 90-minute gem well worth catching’
British Theatre Guide

‘A new kind of musical… definitely worth seeing’
★★★★ The Upcoming

‘An emotionally wrought and gripping coming-of-age tale’
A Younger Theatre

From the tweet deck…

Really liked @BurntPartBoys @ParkTheatre. Excellent cast in a moving story. Reminiscent of film Stand By Me. Well worth seeing. @BurntPartBoys So incredible! If you love perfect harmonies & getting captivated by and emotionally invested in what you’re seeing then GO! Bravo to @graceosborn580 and all in @BurntPartBoys @ParkTheatre – a very moving show with beautiful music and such a strong cast

Hear two tracks from the show online here and check out the full album of production pictures on our facebook page here.

Great seats available from under £20 


On stage till 3 Sep



Just one week to go until the first major revival of The Roundabout opens in Park200. This charming comedy was first staged in 1933, when it seemed, just possibly that the social order might be changing…

The Kettlewells are a dysfunctional family. Richard is an old Etonian whose business ventures are failing. Over one crowded weekend, his daughter Pamela, whom he hardly knows, returns from Russia, a passionate communist; his ex-wife and mistress both turn up; and his butler has a big win at the races.

Click here to meet the cast, who have also been keeping a rehearsal room blog online here. And in case you missed it, we’ve shared a great set of rehearsal pics on our facebook page.

J.B. Priestley is one of Britain’s best loved playwrights, also known for classics such as An Inspector Calls – be sure to book early to secure your seats, tickets available from £18.50.


On stage from 24 Aug – 24 Sept

What else is happening…

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? Click here to see the cast – news just in!

The Trial of Jane Fonda

The Trial of Jane Fonda [PARK200]

Last chance to see – must end 20 Aug!

The jury is still out on Jane Fonda – it’s your last chance to decide, hero or villain?

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

Grab the last few tickets to this fascinating and insightful production today.


La Soirée

Leicester Square
11 Nov 2016  – 8 Jan 2017

A theatrical phenomenon, a unique and inspirational night of live entertainment, LA SOIRÉE’s heady cocktail of cabaret, new burlesque, circus sideshow and contemporary variety is back for 8 weeks only, in a brand new location, and is more potent than ever. Fresh from a world tour with their hottest line-up yet LA SOIRÉE will showcase the crème de la crème of the cabaret world.

Waiting for 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.


Hampstead Theatre
1 Sep – 1 Oct

1978, New York. John Anderson is barely out of college and has landed himself a job on Wall Street. But cracks in the banks’ excessive lending strategy soon start to show… Beth Steel’s compelling new thriller explores the fallout of one of the most catastrophic economic crises of modern history.


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