at the PARK Theatre

Jolly hockey sticks, this Christmas is going to be a riot!

Great value £50 Family Ticket available!

(2 adult & 2 children, T&Cs apply)

We’re terrifically excited that our riotous winter warmer, the Award-winning comedy Daisy Pulls It Off, opens for previews tonight!

Spirited and courageous, Daisy Meredith is joining a new school and struggling to fit in – until a jolly good mystery unites her with a madcap band of friends and teachers. Denise Deegan’s fabulously affectionate parody of 1920s schoolgirl novels is transformed into an ensemble piece of pure theatrical magic. Come and join in the fun – and let us add some sparkle to your season!
Directed by prolific theatre and television director Paulette Randall (Associate Director of the Olympic Opening Ceremony) and starring comedy great Pauline McLynn (Father Ted), children’s favourite Anna Shaffer (Romilda Vane in the Harry Potter film series), Loose Women’s Shobna Gulati (Dinnerladies) and the fabulous Clare Perkins (EastEnders).

Watch out Santa, there’s a new girl in town!

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By Denise Deegan

Directed by Paulette Randall

Previews: 5 – 7 Dec

Plays: 5 Dec -13 Jan



Tue – Sat Evenings 19.30
Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00



Tickets £18.50 – £29.50

Child (under 16) £15

Family Ticket Offer £50 
(2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 3 children. T&Cs apply.)

Groups buy 10 get 11th FREE

Young Patrons

5 – 13 Dec

Tickets £10 (T&Cs apply)

Relaxed and Dementia Friendly

Wed 13 Dec, 15.00

£10 & carer goes free

Thu 28 Dec, 19.30

Another brave heroine’s quest to find herself this winter…

‘The production is splendid… beautiful… terrific’
Creative Loafing, Tampa Bay

‘This show makes astounding use of puppetry… and boasts an achingly beautiful soundtrack’
Tampa Bay Times

Join White Fang on an epic journey of personal discovery to the snowy Canadian wilderness this winter.


1898. After the massacre of her tribe, a child is rescued by an old huntsman. Torn from centuries of tradition, struggling to find her path in the world, she soon discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf – swiftly learning the customs of her ancestors, becoming skilled in the ways of the wild. But when the time comes, will these skills be enough to survive?

An epic story of love and redemption with original music and songs that will melt your heart this festive season. From the team behind the Park Theatre hit, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

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By Jethro Compton

Inspired by the Jack London novel

Previews: 13 Dec

Plays: 13 Dec -13 Jan



Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45
Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15



Previews £14.50

Standard £18

Concessions £16.50

Child (under 16) £13

Groups buy 10 get 11th FREE

Young Patrons

13 – 20 Dec

Tickets £10 (T&Cs apply)

Parents & Babies £15
Wed 3 Jan, 13.00

Your New Year at Park Theatre…

Rothschild & Sons

A family willing to risk everything

24 Jan – 17 Feb

Tickets from £18.50 during previews


Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

Book by Sherman Yellen

Directed by Jeffrey B. Moss   

UK Musical Premiere from the creators of Fiddler On The Roof. This uplifting and universal tale affirming human dignity springs from the hearts and minds of Broadway songwriters Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock, and Tony-nominated writer Sherman Yellen. Inspired by the book The Rothschilds by Frederic Morton, this re-imagined musical about a family that risks everything.

Cast includes: Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli, Glory Crampton and School of Rock’s Gary Trainor.

“A Must Have Ticket” New York Times

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There or Here
23 Jan – 17 Feb

Tickets from £14.50 during previews

By Jennifer Maisel

Directed by Vik Sivalingam  

From the team behind Park Theatre hit Yellow Face, comes a dramatic comedy about relationships, race, belonging and… outsourcing. When illness prevents Robyn & Ajay from having a child of their own, they return to India – the country of Ajay’s birth – to outsource their pregnancy. They seek solace from strangers on the other end of their phone lines in the unlikeliest of places – call centres, drive thrus and even sex lines…

The cast includes: Lucy Fenton, Manish Gandhi, Ursula Mohan, Chris Nayak and Rakhee Thakrar.

“A thought-provoking play”
New York Times

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More News and Christmas Opening Times 

Last Chance to See
The Secondary Victim

By Matthew Campling I Must End 9 Dec

★★★★ The Upcoming

★★★★ London Box

★★★★ Theatre Bubble

★★★★ Theatre News


Don’t miss your last chance to see this gripping new drama from inside the therapy room. Great seats from £18.50.

Offie Nomination – Best Actress – Susannah Doyle

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Christmas Opening Times

We are open throughout the Festive Season with fantastic shows, delicious food and drinks to warm your winter blues. However, we are closed on the following dates:

Monday 18, Sunday 24, Monday 25 and Sunday 31 December, and Monday 1 January.

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Stuck for a Christmas Present?

Why not treat someone you love to a Park Theatre Membership this Christmas? We have a range of memberships which will allow you fantastic perks including complimentary tickets, chances to come to exclusive play readings, invitations to our galas and parties and much more!

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