At the PARK Theatre

Do Something Special this Summer – Gala Tickets for Ian McKellen

Tickets are still available for the final gala performance of Ian McKellen with Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You on Sunday 9 July. This is no ordinary performance, as well as tickets to the show there will be wine, canapes and Sir Ian himself after the performance. Why not do something extra special this summer?

‘I love Park Theatre. It’s a charity that receives no public subsidy and I hope my donation of a week of performances will I encourage you to support. I look forward to seeing you here!’ Sir Ian McKellen.

Great reviews are raining in for Twitstorm!

‘very funny… another winner for the Park Theatre.’ ★★★★


‘The performances are beautifully judged all round’ ★★★★
Libby Purves, Theatre Cat

‘A brilliant comedy of manners’ ★★★★
Islington Gazette

Guy Manton is a national treasure, the much-loved host of a caustic television panel show, until a throwaway remark is inadvertently shared with the whole world and, before Guy knows what is happening, he is being battered by the Twitstorm.

A hilarious exploration of what can happen when the self-righteousness of social media gets out of hand. From Chris England author of the hit comedy Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson and co-author of the acclaimed An Evening with Gary Lineker.

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By Chris England

Directed by Jonathan Lewis


Plays until: 1 Jul


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

Parents & Babies

Tue 27 Jun 13.00

Tickets £15

(Babes in arms under 1 go free)


Seats from just £20.00

Does a flawless face exist? Find out in The Ugly One

Lette thought he was an average guy finally about to move up in the world.

But he wasn’t average at all. He was ugly. Very ugly, in the eyes of… well, everyone. And he wasn’t going anywhere. So he decided to make a change. To his face. But when the bandages came off he discovered that he might now possibly be too beautiful.

2016 JMK award-winner Roy Alexander Weise directs Marius von Mayenburg‘s razor-sharp comedy about beauty, identity and doing what it takes to get to the top.

Cast includes Charlie Dorfman (LUV, Some Girls, Miss Julie), T’nia Miller (Re:Homed, Eclipsed, Crowning Glory), Arian Nik and Indra Ové (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time).

‘Very funny and so relevant’

‘Park Theatre never disappoints, and I can say the same for this production’

‘Terrific… I loved it!’

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By Marius Von Mayenberg

Translated by Maja Zade

Directed by Roy Alexander Weise


Plays until 24 Jun


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.15

Audio Described

Wed 21 Jun 19.45

Touch Tour 18.15


£16.50 – £18

Coming Soon

Twilight Song


By Kevin Elyot

Directed by Anthony Banks

A new play from the writer of the classic comedy My Night with Reg.

In their sitting room in leafy north London, Isabella and Basil are getting ready to take Uncle Charles out to dinner. It’s summer 1967 and their secrets are starting to crack as the world around them undergoes a revolution.

Starring Adam Garcia (Two time Olivier Award Nominee), Bryony Hannah (Call the Midwife), Paul Higgins (Utopia), Philip Bretherton (As Time Goes By) and Hugh Ross(Stephen Sondheim’s Passion).

12 Jul – 12 Aug

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The View from Nowhere


By Chuck Anderson

Directed by Dan Phillips

Prez is a brilliant biochemist. His experiments show a leading herbicide is carcinogenic. He has an existential fight against entrenched interests on his hands – not helped by the fact he dresses like David Bowie, and carries a chip on his shoulder as big as the sink estate he grew up on. In his heart he knows he’s right, but can he prove it?

27 Jun – 22 Jul

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By Joe Hampson
Directed by Sadie Spencer

They say sex and death are inextricably linked…

Susan is dangerously lonely. Frank is obsessed with hats. Their marriage is on the rocks but Frank has a plan to spice things up. He’s taking their pet rabbit to be murdered – by a psychopath.

Written by Joe Hampson (Skins, The News Quiz, Newsjack).

Watch the trailer here.

26 Jul – 19 Aug

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50’s frivolity at our 4th Birthday Gala!

A huge thank you to everyone who came out (and in style!) to support Park Theatre on 9 May at our 4th Birthday Gala performance of Madame Rubinstein. It was a fabulous star studded evening full of friends, glamour, champagne and cocktails. What more could we ask for – here’s to the next 4 years! Check out the film below:

From Our Friends


12 Jun – 1 Jul

Coronet Print Room

A touching love story set against the backdrop of two wars in Bosnia fifty years apart. Remnants tells the story of one woman’s encounter with her family’s tragic past. This new music theatre piece combines gripping vocals, electronic music and dance.

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Coming Clean

25 Jul – 26 Aug

Kings Head Theatre

Tony and Greg seem to have love all figured out. They’re in a committed relationship, but with room for a little sex-on-the-side whenever it takes their fancy. Their only rule? Never sleep with the same man twice.

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