At the PARK theatre for Christmas

‘A genuinely hilarious, age, colour and gender-blind production of the classic boarding school satire’

★★★★

Time Out

‘This Daisy is a delight, stupendously silly but completely charming’

★★★★

WhatsOnStage

A ripping yarn that is simply spiffing’

★★★★

The Reviews Hub

‘Anna Shaffer is the heart of the show… a lot of jolly good fun’ 

★★★★

British Theatre

Revived with great brio… the tone and lingo are exactly right ‘

The Guardian

‘A perfect alternative to the panto’

British Theatre Guide

Just brilliant
★★★

Fairy Powered Productions

Light and delightful… a madcap, panto-ish energy’

The Stage

A stroke of genius
★★★

Theatre Bubble


Being on the wrong end of practical jokes and beastly snobs is never fun – and for our plucky heroine Daisy, it’s no different! However, things could all change when she goes looking for the famous missing treasure of Grangewood School.

‘The great director Paulette Randall‘ (TimeOut) turns in a genuinely hilarious show to add to the holiday season’s Christmas festivities. Join us for a display of ensemble theatrical enchantment, that includes terribly tense hockey matches, dramatic rescues and a jolly ripping mystery (plus a Christmas carol or two!)

Starring Pauline McLynn (Father Ted), Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter film series), Shobna Gulati (Coronation Street) and Clare Perkins (EastEnders) Daisy Pulls It Off is sure to be a truly topping experience this winter.

Tickets from £20 with family and child rates available

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PARK200

 

By Denise Deegan

Directed by Paulette Randall

Dates

Plays Until: 13 Jan

 

Performances

Tue – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

 

Relaxed & Dementia Friendly £10
Wed 13 Dec 15.00

Captioned Performance

Thu 28 Dec 19:30

Prices

Standard £20 – £29.50

Concessions £18.50 – £22

Child (Under 16) £15*

Family £50*
(2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 2 children).

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.


Watched this at @ParkTheatre and loved the bold and hilarious adaptation. Sent me home giggling. Get yourself a ticket. It’s a hoot! #jollyhockeysticks

Oh jubilate! Daisy really pulls it off this Christmas @ParkTheatre. 4 stars all round. Spiffing fun and not to be missed! #rainbowgymslipsrock

GO SEE IT. What a cast, what a director & what a hoot. So much energy & I couldn’t be prouder of our @anna_shaffer. The legend that is @PaulineMcLynn1 – who I ADORED in #GameFace & insanely funny @ShobnaGulati. Just brilliant. #DaisyPullsItOff


White Fang: A Snowy Tale to Suit the Weather

White Fang
Park90
13 Dec – 13 Jan

‘Incredibly bold and imaginative… truly inventive’

Tampa Bay Times

Inspired by the Jack London novel, Park Theatre invites you to join us for a heartfelt wintry tale brought to life through astounding puppetry, song and storytelling.

1898. Canada. 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?

Great seats under £15!

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From Our Friends…

Bananaman

Southwark Playhouse

15 Dec – 20 Jan

The most fruity superhero ever to grace the skies is going to make his live action debut in an all-singing, all-flying must-see new musical. Bananaman, the Man-of-Peel, may have a jaw line you can see from space but this superhero has the muscles of 20 men and the brain of 20 mussels.

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Chill Pill: The Big One

The Albany

14 Dec

 

The Big One returns for a super-sized helping of spoken word with all the trimmings and dancing ‘til late. This year’s headline slot belongs to Travis Alabanza, one of the most prominent emerging queer artists in the UK.

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La Soirée

Aldwych Theatre

Plays until 6 Jan

A theatrical phenomenon, a unique and inspirational night of live entertainment, La Soirée’s heady cocktail of cabaret, new burlesque, circus sideshow and contemporary variety is more potent than ever. And we’ve gone posh at the Aldwych Theatre!

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