At the PARK theatre



The reviews are in for the first major revival of J.B. Priestley’s delightfully British comedyThe Roundabout. Hugh Ross’s ‘elegant’ production certainly doesn’t disappoint!

‘A funny and perceptive look at English life in the 1930s’
★★★★ London Theatre 1

‘The acting is faultless, funny and interesting’
★★★★ West End Wilma

‘Hugh Ross’s elegant production of ‘The Roundabout’ is a period treat’
★★★★ Theatre News

‘A star performance from Bessie Carter… one to watch’
Evening Standard

‘Wonderful work from Hugh Sachs’
Daily Telegraph

‘A highly enjoyable comedy’
British Theatre Guide

‘Stylishly revived by Hugh Ross’
The Guardian

‘A sparkling and witty production’
Stage Review

The Roundabout is on stage now in Park200 – tickets to this period treat are available from just £20, so don’t miss out.

We’re delighted to say our first ever captioned performance will be of The Roundabout in Park200 on Thursday 22nd September at 7.30pm. Please click here for more information on how to book!

From the tweet deck…

Saw @roundaboutplay at @ParkTheatre – great cast, beautiful production and excellent direction from @HughRossActor – I loved it No denying the talent’s hereditary. @BessieBCarter super as manipulative minx in @roundaboutplay @ParkTheatre


On stage till 24 Sep




Best Musical Production
Best Ensemble Acting
Best Director – Matthew Iliffe
Best Musical Director – Nick Barstow

The award nominations, tweets and praise just keeps coming for The Burnt Part Boys. If you haven’t yet booked your ticket for this ‘gripping’ ★★★★ (The Stage) new musical that ‘makes the scalp tingle’ (Independent), be quick! The show must end this Saturday, 3 September.

Listen to two beautiful tracks from the show here and read more reviews online here.

From the tweet deck…

@BurntPartBoys @ParkTheatre incredibly compelling & moving huge congrats to fave @nickjbarstow & everyone else involved Huge respect to @BurntPartBoys @ParkTheatre. Such an impressive, ambitious feat in a studio space. Great performances and beautiful music. @BurntPartBoys @ParkTheatre STUNNING. Beautiful score gifted cast, pls catch it before it closes Sat #TheresGonnaBeFire

Great seats available from just £18


On stage now until 3 Sept

What else is happening…

The American Wife

The American Wife [PARK90]

7 Sep – 1 Oct. Tickets from £14.50

The World Premiere of thrilling political drama The American Wife opens in Park90 in one week!

This gripping new drama speaks to the universal question and human fear: Can you ever really know someone?

Post-show Q&A with Terri Paddock featuring writers Stephen Fife, Ralph Pezzullo and members of the cast confirmed for Tue 13 Sept. More info here.

The Boys in the Band

The Boys in the Band [PARK200]

28 Sep – 30 Oct. Tickets from £18.50.

Rehearsals started this week for the first major revival of this iconic play in almost 20 years. Razor sharp and packed with wit, The Boys in the Band is fresh, startling and brilliantly entertaining. Starring Mark Gatiss(Sherlock) – click here to meet the rest of the cast.

9 men gather in a New York apartment for a birthday celebration. As the booze is drunk the mood swings from hilarity to heartbreak.



Jacksons Lane
Until 1 Sep
Direct from Edinburgh Fringe

The rising stars of British circus harness the power of collective memory in Throwback: a love note to nostalgia and the things you can’t forget. With awe-inspiring aerial and acrobatic work, the UK’s most exciting young troupe tell stories that are honest, emotional and absorbing. A fast-paced, feel-good explosion of physical skill and fun!

Paradise of the Assassins

The new Tara Theatre
15 Sept – 8 Oct

An adventure story of love, faith and betrayal.

Tara Theatre open their stunning new theatre with Abdul Halim Sharar’s compelling story, adapted and directed by the award-winning Anthony Clark and told with dynamic theatricality for our times. How far would you go for love?

Things I Know to be True

Lyric Hammersmith
10 Sep – 1 Oct

Imogen Stubbs leads a stunning cast in Frantic Assembly’s latest production written by award-winning playwright Andrew Bovell.

As beautifully touching as it is funny and bold, Things I Know To Be True tells the story of a family and marriage through the eyes of four grown siblings struggling to define themselves.

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