at the PARK Theatre

“It’s not easy being a Princess”

Can’t get enough of The Crown? Princess Margaret Rules Over Park90

By Royal decree, the cast has been announced for A Princess Undone with Felicity Dean starring as Princess Margaret.

In Netflix’s acclaimed global hit series, The Crown, Margaret re-emerged as the most controversial and enigmatic member of the Royal Family. Craig Brown’s recent bestselling Ma’am Darlingreinforces how infuriating, yet compelling, her story still is. A Princess Undone – inspired by actual events – sheds new light on the last real princess.

Kensington Palace, 1993. She was the Diana of her day. That day has gone, but HRH The Princess Margaret has a final chance to be of service. Acquiring sensational letters from Charles and Diana, she means to burn them all. But there are other papers, relating to Margaret herself. And when an ex-gangster admirer returns from her past, the Queen’s sister has the choice to make or break her family yet again.

Tickets to this Royal Drama from £14.50

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By Richard Stirling
Directed by Jonny Kelly


20 Feb – 17 Mar



Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15



Previews: £14.50

Standard: £18

Conc. £16.50

Young Patrons

20 – 27 Feb

Tickets £10*

*T&Cs apply

Captioned Performance

Tue 13 Mar 19.45

Meet The Royal Family

Felicity Dean
Princess Margaret

Theatre credits include: Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, Good and The Churchill Play (all RSC), An Honourable Trade (Royal Court) and The Coast of Utopia(National Theatre)

Film credits include: The Prince and the Pauper, Mike Leigh’s Who’s Whoand Steaming.

Alexander Knox
Tristan Peel

Theatre credits include: The Passing of the Third Floor Back (Finborough), the Olivier-nominated It Is Easy To Be Dead(Finborough and Trafalgar Studios) and Love in Idleness (Apollo).

Film credits include: Music, War and Love.

Richard Stirling
William Tallon

Theatre credits include: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Studio Theatre, Washington DC) plus The Passing of the Third Floor Back and The Flouers o’ Edinburgh (Finborough).

Film credits include: Woody Allen’s Scoop, Mrs Dalloway, Little Dorrit and Derek Jarman’s War Requiem.

Patrick Toomey
John Bindon

Theatre credits include: Wendy and Peter (RSC), The Keepers of Infinite Space and Casualties(Park Theatre) and Lovebirds (Southwark Playhouse).

Film credits include: Broken and Walking with the Enemy.

Now On Stage

Rothschild & Sons
Until 17 Feb

“A Must Have Ticket” New York Times

The legendary creators of Fiddler on the Roofbring you a UK musical premier. Rothschild & Sons, an uplifting and universal tale. 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.

There or Here
23 Jan – 17 Feb


Through sharp writing and witty observation, There or Here explores what happens in this changing world when couples forego face-to-face communication in favour of the virtual.

This 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.

Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Pa

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