At the PARK Theatre

Nominated for five Offie Awards

Lush and immersive… entirely original’

The Stage

‘[A] bold and intrepid experience


‘A brilliant production’

Upstaged Arts

‘An absorbing… piece of theatre’ 
Reviews Hub

Mariska Ariya gives a brilliant lead performance 
Broadway World

“An ambitious new production… a visual feast”
Entertainment News

“The puppetry (directed by James Silson) is inspired.”
UK Theatre

There are times in this life we must accept a path that’s not of our choosing.”

We’re ending the year on a high with five Offie Award nominations for the London premiere of Jethro Compton’s gripping interpretation of Jack London’s White Fang. Nominations include: Best Director, Best Sound Design, Best Female, Best Set Design & Best Costume Design.

After the massacre of her tribe, a young indigenous girl is taken in by an elderly huntsman. Finding it hard to adapt to a new way of living, she soon gains companionship from an abandoned wolf. Together they discover the traditions of her ancestors, learning how to survive in the wild. Will these skills be enough for her to survive when it matters most?

A puppetry master class adorns an epic story of love and redemption from the team behind The Bunker Trilogy and the Park Theatre hit, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

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Written & Directed by Jethro Compton

Plays until 13 Jan


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.15


Standard £18

Parents & Babies £15

Wed 3 Jan 13.00
Babes in arms under 1 year


Coming Soon

Rothschild & Sons


24 Jan – 17 Feb

‘A must have ticket’
The New York Times

This uplifting and universal tale affirming human dignity springs from the hearts and minds of Broadway songwriters Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock (creators of Fiddler on the Roof) and Tony-nominated writerSherman Yellen. Inspired by the book The Rothschilds by Frederic Morton, this re-imagined musical about a family that risks everything includes several never-before-heard songs in its thrilling UK premiere.

The stellar cast of Broadway and West End actors is led by Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli as Mayer, Glory Crampton as Gutele and Gary Trainor (School of Rock) as Nathan Rothschild.

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There or Here
23 Jan – 17 Feb

‘Never less than engaging’
The New York Times

Jennifer Maisel’s poignant comedy follows the journey of Robyn and Ajay; when illness prevents them from having a child of their own, they return to India – the country of Ajay’s birth – to outsource their pregnancy. As they come together to face this next step in their lives, their increasing inability to be each other’s comfort drives them to 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.

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From Our Friends…

London Short Film Festival: Official Competition
Rich Mix
13 – 19 Jan

Rich Mix hosts the London Short Film Festival for the first time ever, bringing you the best in short-form filmmaking from across the globe in six Official Competition strands.

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Ingmar Bergman
BFI Southbank
Jan – Mar

Don’t miss this opportunity to see the complete works of Bergman on the big screen. Through engaging discussions, Q&As and special introductions, rediscover the man who constantly questioned the passions that drive every one of us.

Use code BERGMAN241 for 2 for 1 tickets!

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