At the PARK Theatre

“Rude, romantic and real” ★★★★ Reviews Hub

This Little Life of Mine


A “perfectly observed musical for our times… as this show is as likely to get a transfer to a larger venue as any I’ve seen in the past couple of years.”
★★★★★ Broadway World

“Intimate and heartbreaking”
★★★★ The Mortal Fool

“Sensitive and crammed full of ideas… as good a score as one has heard all year”
★★★★ Reviewsgate

“A show with all the potential of becoming a classic”
★★★★ London News Online
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? Maybe having a baby is the one last thing that would make everything perfect. Or maybe life has other ideas…

Set against an instantly recognisable backdrop of eye-watering house prices, unreliable dating apps and over-friendly coffee baristas, This Little Life of Mine brings to life a rich assortment of characters you’ll know only too well, in a comic but poignant exploration of love, loneliness and obsession in our capital city. In fact it’s a lot like life… but with songs.


Great seats available from just £18


On stage until 29 Oct

“Out on stage and proud… return of glorious gay play” ★★★★ Metro

The Boys In The Band


“Mark Gatiss brings stinging superciliousness to landmark gay play The Boys in the Band”
★★★★ Daily Telegraph

“Strong performances, raucous laughter and a brilliant mod-con design…
A thoroughly fulfilling evening”

★★★★ The Independent

“A Glittering Triumph”
★★★★★ Gay Times

“Mark Gatiss, one hand in his velvet pocket, a look of permanent distaste on his acne-scarred face, is superb: the arch queer with a sneer.”
★★★★  WhatsOnStage

“Out on stage and proud…return of glorious gay play”
★★★★ Metro

“I was rapt, barely noticed the time pass. Parties that go wrong are often the stuff of great drama and this play, directed with panache by Adam Penford, is no exception”
★★★★ Observer

2016 Emmy award-winner Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) stars as Harold in this brilliantly entertaining production that audiences and critics can’t get enough of.

Due to the phenomenal success of The Boys in the Band at Park Theatre, our shows are now SOLD OUT. Any returns will be released online each day on a first come first served basis. The production will be touring to Brighton, Manchester and Leeds. Don’t miss this party, and BOOK TODAY.


On stage until 30 Oct


What else is happening…

Saving Jason

2 Nov – 3 Dec. Tickets from £14.50

In 90s suburbia, a family takes extraordinary measures to confront the behavior of their rebellious teenage son. But when the plan descends into chaos, it becomes clear that Jason is far from being the only one with secrets to hide.

A hysterical new comedy about your typical dysfunctional family by two-time Olivier nominated playwright Peter Quilter (End of The Rainbow and Glorious!)

Deny Deny Deny

2 Nov – 3 Dec. Tickets from £18.50

Eve, a promising young athlete, is offered a cutting edge new ‘therapy’ by her coach. She says it will make her the fastest woman in the world: but is it as safe, legal and ethical as she 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 hits Dead Sheep and An Audience with Jimmy Savile.

From our friends…

Boy with Beer

8 – 26 Nov
Kings Head Theatre

Brixton, 1991. The morning after the night before.

‘That club last night. I was buzzing, you know?’

As London waves goodbye to the 1980s and embraces the new rave scene, Karl is having a hard time holding onto his Ghanian roots and Donovan is on the run… from his girlfriend. Set to a soundtrack of dub, Paul Boyake’s witty and tender play explores identity, sex and new beginnings – and how in the search for ourselves we might discover what we really want.

Great Expectations

13 Nov – 18 Dec
Merton Arts Space at Wimbledon Library

‘It was then I began to understand that everything in the room had stopped a long time ago. The clock, the watch, time itself was standing still.’

This December, Wimbledon Library becomes Satis House, home to Miss Havisham, Charles Dickens’ ghostly bride. Attic Theatre Company bring Dickens’ classic tale of romance, ruthless ambition and revenge to Merton Arts Space, the library’s brand new arts centre in the heart of Wimbledon. This production is the London premiere of the adaptation by Theresa Heskins (Artistic Director of the New Vic Theatre, Staffordshire) and follows on from the success of Attic’s last production – Beacons, at the Park Theatre.

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