At the PARK Theatre

What does it take to become a champion?



It’s the first rule of the doper’s handbook: Deny everything, until you can’t. Opening next week, the World Premiere of topical and revealing drama Deny Deny Deny.

We are excited to welcome back journalist turned playwright Jonathan Maitland, author of previous Park Theatre hits Dead Sheep and An Audience with Jimmy Savile – the most talked about play of 2015.

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?

A gripping, extraordinary and revealing exposé of what it takes to be a champion. A tale of ambition, love, revenge, jealousy and 21st century science, based on two years of research by Maitland.

Be sure to book early for this highly relevant drama set in the not so distant future.

Meet the cast online here and find out more about the creative team here. Check out what’s been happening in the rehearsal room via our facebook page.

Great seats available from just £18.50


2 Nov – 3 Dec

Last chance to see ★★★★ musical – special matinee booking offer!

This Little Life of Mine


“A show with all the potential of becoming a classic”
★★★★ London News Online

“The company of four all give excellent performances… resonates on many levels”
★★★★ Live Theatre UK

“Sensitive and full of ideas, fabulously sharp witty lines complimented by strong performances”
★★★★ LoveLDNLoveCulture

Don’t miss your chance to see This Little Life of Mine – must close 29 October! Best availability on matinees – use code TLLOM12! to get matinee tickets for just £12! Subject to availability, T&C’s apply.

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.



On stage until 29 Oct

Second World Premiere opens next week – brand new comedy



In 90s suburbia, a family takes extraordinary measures to confront the behaviour 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.

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

Starring Julie Armstrong (Mrs Henderson Presents, From Here to Eternity), Tor Clark (Not Going Out, Humans), Jacques Miché (Bugsy Malone, Oliver!), Paddy Navin (The Crucible – Old Vic), William Oxborrow (Guys And Dolls, Oh, What a Lovely War!) and Cory Peterson(Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them, Clybourne Park). Find out more about the cast online here

Great seats from £14.50


2 Nov – 3 Dec

What else is happening…

The Boys In The Band

The Boys In The Band [Park200]

Until 30 Oct

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

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 toBrighton, Manchester andLeeds.

Don’t miss this party, and BOOK TODAY.

The Screwtape Letters

The Screwtape Letters [Park200]

8 Dec – 7 Jan I Tickets from £18.50 I Group & Family Tickets available

Book today for Park Theatre’s wickedly witty winter season finale – unlike any other show in London this Christmas!

Wildly comic, deadly serious and strikingly original, this stage adaptation was a smash hit in New York and now brings its morally inverted universe to the Park Theatre as the European premiere of this deliciously devilish production.


LUV [Park90]

8 Dec – 7 Jan I Tickets from £14.50

Come and indulge in a delightful comedy this Christmas. With laugh out loud dialogue, physical comedy and infectious
energy, LUV is just what you need to warm your heart this
festive season.

LUV is a 1960’s riotous celebration of the absurd lengths we go to when struck down with the terrible affliction known as ‘love’.

From our friends…

Strindberg’s Women: The Stronger and Storm

2nd – 26th Nov
Jermyn Street Theatre

Controversial, provocative and daring.

Two great plays by the master dramatist August Strindberg. Each one a tense psychological study of love, marriage, sexuality, and the war of wills between men and women, exploring the intoxication that is love, and what it does to us all when caught in its grip.

THE STRONGER: A wife is tormented knowing her husband is sleeping with a younger woman

STORM: A man seeks peace and refuge in a remote house, when the woman he once loved walks back into his life.

It Is Easy to Be Dead

9 Nov – 3 Dec
Trafalgar Studio 2

Directed by Max Key

When twenty year old Charles Sorley is killed in action during the First World War, his devastated parents are left with only his letters and poems to remember him by. Using his extraordinary writings, together with music and songs of the period, It Is Easy To Be Dead is a tender portrait of a brief life filled with promise, cut short by the futility of war.

★★★★★ The Guardian

Seven OffWestEnd Nominations including:Best Male Performance, Best Male Performance in a Supporting Role, Best New Play, Best Director, Best Lighting Designer, Best Sound Designer and Best Set Designer.

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