At the PARK Theatre




2016 Emmy Award-winner Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) stars in 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.

Nine men gather in a New York apartment for a birthday celebration. Harold (Mark Gatiss) receives a surprise gift from his friend, Emory (James Holmes), in the form of a beautiful male hustler (Jack Derges). Meanwhile, party host Michael (Ian Hallard) gets an unwanted surprise of his own. As the booze is drunk and the dope smoked, the mood swings from hilarity to heartbreak.

Book early to avoid disappointment, with a number of performances already sold out be sure to book your ticket today.

Watch the behind the scenes trailer here and check out what’s been happening in rehearsals on our facebook page.

Q&A with Terri Paddock featuring Mark Gatiss & playwright Mart Crowley on Thursday 6th October, included in your ticket price.

Great seats available from just £20


On stage from 28 Sep – 30 Oct


The American Wife


You don’t need to take our word for it, hear for yourself what audiences think about The American Wife:

‘Loved every minute of it’

‘Great thriller’

‘Very ambitious’

‘Excellent… gripped throughout’

‘Wonderful performances’

Called a ‘snappy political potbolier’ by The Stage, this ‘nerve-jangling’ (ReviewsHub) political drama is now on stage until 1 Oct in Park90.

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?

Great seats available in our intimate Park90 space from just £18.

‘Very forceful, physically and psychologically’

Hear what audiences think


On stage till 1 Oct

What else is happening…

The Roundabout

The Roundabout [PARK200]

Until 24 Sept. Tickets from £20.

With just 5 performances ofThe Roundabout left, don’t miss your chance to snap up the last few tickets to this delightful J.B. Priestleycomedy. Best availability on matinee performances.

Click here to watch the cast in conversation about the show.

“Stylishly revived by
Hugh Ross”

The Guardian


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 here and hear music from the showhere.

Deny Deny Deny

Deny Deny Deny [PARK200]

2 Nov – 3 Dec. Tickets from £18.50

Eve, a promising young athlete, is offered a cutting edge new ‘therapy’ by her coach. He says it will make her the fastest woman in the world: but is it as safe, legal and ethical as he claims?

The play takes its title from the first rule of the doper’s handbook – ‘deny everything, until you can’t’.

Maitland is the author of previous Park Theatre hitsDead Sheep and An Audience with Jimmy Saville.

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