At the PARK Theatre

Rabbits: ‘a near perfect play’ ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1

‘I’d see it again tomorrow’ 



‘One of the funniest and freshest plays you’ll see all year’

Everything Theatre


‘a bold, ambitious exploration into ‘normal’ behaviour behind closed doors’

Entertainment Focus

‘Original gutsy and hysterically funny’Rabbits has been tickling audiences in all the right places in Park90. Who needs Edinburgh when you’ve got cracking fringe theatre right here for under £20?

They say sex and death are inextricably linked…

The new black comedy from Joe Hampson, one of the writers on E4’s Skins has been described as ‘the ultimate alternative rom com’ and will have you cringing in all the right ways.

Cast includes: Alex Ferns (EastEnders), David Schaal (The InBetweeners) and (My Mad Fat Diary).

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By Joe Hampson

Directed by Sadie Spencer


Plays until Sat 19 Aug


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.15


From £18

Dementia Friendly Performance

Thu 10 Aug 15.15

Joe Orton’s Loot: Uncensored

Loot spirals inventively into the higher reaches of preposterousness, false reasoning and sheer lunacy. A delectable amusement.’

Evening Standard

There’s just one week until Joe Orton’s Loot hits the stage in Park200, in it’s full unabridged glory – just as Joe intended!

Uproarious slapstick meets dubious morals as two young friends stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a gold-digging nurse and a grieving widower.

This fiftieth anniversary production is directed by Michael Fentiman (Raising Martha), and stars Sam Frenchum (Doctors),Calvin Demba (Babylon)Sinéad Matthews (Hedda Gabler),Raphael Bar (Pericles), Christopher Truscott (The Crucible).

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By Joe Orton

Directed by Michael Fentiman


17 Aug – 24 Sep


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

Sun 10 Sep 15.00

Captioned Performance

Tue 12 Sep 19.30


£18.50 – £29.50

Please be aware this production contains full frontal nudity. Parental discretion advised.

The Best of the Rest

Last Chance to See:

Twilight Song

Plays until 12 Aug
From £20

It’s your last chance to see Adam GarciaBryony Hannah and Paul Higgins star in the critically acclaimed play by Kevin Elyot, writer of the classic comedy My Night with Reg.

Set on summer evenings in the 1960’s and the present day, Twilight Song traces one family’s hidden liaisons over half a century.

‘Funny and satisfying. Its twists keep playing in your head long after it’s over.’
The Times

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22 Aug – 16 Sep
From £14.50

This Hamlet is a family affair! It’s Hamlet stripped to its core and played by three members of one family: Gyles Brandreth, Benet Brandreth, Kosha Engler – father, son and wife.

With a running time of 90 minutes, this production blasts through our expectations of a familiar text offering a unique take on Shakespeare’s most famous play, performed by a unique cast.

‘Simon Evans directs with a pitch-perfect blend of rigour and piercing tenderness.’★★★★

The Telegraph on The Dazzle

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What Shadows

27 Sep – 28 Oct
From £18.50

Enoch Powell’s Rivers of Blood speech was the most polarising political speech of the last 50 years.

Oxford academic and daughter of a Caribbean immigrant, Rose Cruickshank wants answers. Enoch’s controversial words about immigration shattered her childhood. Rose cannot find inner peace until she understands what led him to make the speech that defined a generation. Will a meeting with the man himself give her the answers she desperately craves?

‘Ian McDiarmid gives a standout performance as Powell’ ★★★★
The Times

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The Revlon Girl

19 Sep – 14 Oct
From £14.50

Set 8 months following the death of 116 children during the Aberfan Disaster of 1966, The Revlon Girl tells the real life story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week above a local hotel to talk, cry and even laugh without feeling guilty.

At one of their meetings, afraid that people would think them frivolous, they secretly arranged for a representative from Revlon to come and give them a talk on beauty tips.

The action takes place on a rainy Tuesday night in a room above the Aberfan Hotel.

‘Unmissable’ ★★★★★
Kat Leslie, Get the Chance

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In Other News

Ian McKellen: Over £250,000 raised

Thank you to everyone who attended Ian McKellen with Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You. Dreams have come true for almost 3,000 people who got to see one of the greatest actors of our time live on stage, for many who had the opportunity to meet the man himself, and for us as a theatre and a charity who managed to raise over £250,000 from the event. We cannot thank you enough for your support.

Check out thetrailer and read more here.

Get Involved with Script Accelerator

‘We run Script Accelerator because we are passionate about discovering emerging talent and giving a platform to upcoming artists’
Melli Marie, Creative Director

Each year producers, or theatre companies, are invited to pitch a particular play they would like to develop. Mentees will be given the opportunity to assist and take part in the professional development process of a new piece of writing within a professional London theatre.

Find out about Script Accelerator here.

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