At the PARK theatre


The Roundabout


J.B. Priestley has once again been entertaining audiences with this recently rediscovered satirical look at English life in the 1930s. The Roundabout must end 24 September, so don’t wait another 84 years for the chance to see it again!

The Roundabout has been nominated for a lovely spread of awards: Best Female Performance – Bessie Carter, Best Male Performance in a Supporting Role – Steven Blakeley and Best Female Performance in a Supporting Role – Richenda Carey. 

“It’s hard to imagine a more entertaining production on the fringe circuit”
★★★★ Morning Star

“Wonderfully enjoyable theatre”
★★★★ Ham & High

“A sparkling and witty production”
Stage Review

“The performance of the evening comes from Bessie Carter”
Daily Telegraph



On stage till 24 Sep

The American Wife


Called a ‘snappy political potbolier’ by The Stage, gripping political drama The American Wife is keeping audiences on the edge of their seats in Park90.

The World Premiere of this ambitious new political thriller played to sold out houses during previews and was Mark Shenton’s Pick of Week.

Inspired by recent hit series such as House of Cards and Homeland, this political thriller speaks to the universal question and human fear: Can you ever really know someone?

‘A determined attempt at exposing injustice’

‘Eringer plays the protagonist with confidence and a no-nonsense attitude’
Exeunt Magazine

‘Slick and inventive set changes with good work from designer Zahra Mansouri’
Broadway World

Check out the production photos

Great seats available from just £18


On stage now until 1 Oct

What else is happening…

The Boys In The Band [PARK200]

28 Sep – 30 Oct. Tickets from £18.50.

Opening in under 2 weeks, tickets are selling fast for this razor sharp and brilliantly entertaining show. With a number of performances sold out, be sure to book now and secure yours! Starring Mark Gatiss (Sherlock). Click here to watch the trailer.

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

This Little Life of Mine [PARK90]

4 – 29 Oct. Tickets from £14.50

Be at the birth of a brand new musical with the World Premiere of This Little Life of Mine.

Take a bitingly funny and deeply touching tour of modern London life with Izzy and Jonesy. With exciting jobs, great friends and even a tiny overpriced flat in Zone 2 – they’ve got it all. Or do they?

Watch the trailer and hear music from the show here.

The Screwtape Letters [PARK200]

8 Dec – 7 Jan. Tickets from £18.50

This week we had the offical launch event for our devilishly different family festive offering, C.S Lewis The Screwtape Letters.

Mr Screwtape himself took questions from the audience and gave a dramatic reading from the play. You can see a live cast of part of the event on our FB page here.

This is like nothing else you’ll see in London during the holiday season!

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