At the Park Theatre

“Funny, tense and deeply affecting. Haig… is outstanding”

★★★★★

The Telegraph

“Witty and affecting”

★★★★★
The Observer

“Who knew that the weather could be so compelling?”

★★★★★
Evening Standard

Book early for this critically acclaimed, thrilling WWII drama.

D-Day, June 1944. The Allied forces led by General Eisenhower are poised to launch. 350,000 lives at stake and the decision of whether or not to attack comes down to the most important weather forecast of all time.

Olivier Award-winner David Haig plays Scottish meteorologist, Group Captain James Stagg, in this true story and critical smash hit, from Chichester Festival Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh.

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PARK200

Written by David Haig
Directed by John Dove

Dates

28 Mar – 28 Apr

Performances

Tue – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

Captioned
Tue 17 Apr 19.30

Prices

Previews £18.50
Standard £20 – £29.50
Concessions £18.50 – £22

‘Shockingly good… Ridley’s best play… his writing is amongst the very sharpest in British theatre’
★★★★

Time Out

Starring Louise Jameson (Doctor Who) and newcomer Thomas Mahy

“Unforgettable”

★★★★

The Telegraph

“Blazing”

★★★★

The Sunday Times

Davey has seen something he can never forget. Anita has been forced to flee her home. Tonight, they meet for the first time… and their lives will change forever.

Philip Ridley’s modern classic was a huge success when it premiered at the Hampstead Theatre in 2001, and a West End smash in 2007. Thrilling, heartbreaking and darkly humorous by turns, it is now seen as one of the most powerful explorations of hate crime – and society’s need to crush ‘difference’ – ever written.

Starring rising talent Thomas Mahy, who made his stage debut as Heathlcliff in Wuthering Heights at Euro Theater Bonn in Germany. He will perform alongside esteemed actress Louise Jameson, well loved for her roles in Doctor Who and EastEnders, as well as many theatre credits including the National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company.

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PARK90

Written by Philip Ridley
Directed by Robert Chevara

Dates

20 Mar – 14 Apr

Performances

Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.15

Dementia Friendly £10*
Wed 11 Apr 15.15

(Carers go free)

Prices

Previews £14.50
Standard £18
Concessions £16.50

Last Chance to Book…

A Passage to India

Until 24 March

★★★★
Evening Standard

“Vibrant, vigorous, vivid and absorbing”★★★

The Times

“Buckets of atmosphere and tension” ★★★★
WhatsOnStage

Full of humour and rich humanity, but with vast philosophical and political scope, A Passage to India is one of the great novels of the Twentieth Century.  simple8’s thrilling new adaptation re-imagines E.M. Forsters classic tale for contemporary Britain.

A Princess Undone
Until 17 March

“Tantalising fiction”
The Stage

It’s your last chance to see Felicity Dean’s inspired portrayal of Princess Margaret in A Princess Undone.

Kensington Palace, 1993. She was the Diana of her day. That day has gone, but HRH The Princess Margaret seeks one final chance to be of service.

A Princess Undone – inspired by actual events – sheds new light on the last real princess.

Coming soon to Park200…

Warning: This production may contain “fake news”…

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From Our Friends…

The Head Wrap Diaries

The Albany

20 – 23 Mar
Three fierce, clever and witty female characters take us through stories of community, heritage, womanhood, friendship and most importantly, hair.

Set within a South London hair-salon called BE U Tiful, The Head Wrap Diaries gives you front row in an immersive journey.

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The Fever
Omnibus Theatre

27 – 29 Mar

We can’t have celebrations in the very same room where groups of people are being tortured or killed.

A woman wakes up to war outside of her hotel window in a country she does not recognise. Shaking and shivering, she cannot help examining the very foundations on which both her way of life and way of thinking are based.

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Not Talking
Arcola Theatre
25 Apr – 2 Jun

“If I don’t want to tell anyone, it’s up to me, right?”

Lucy knows James has avoided the battle. Mark knows Amanda has fought for her life. But speaking the truth could bring everything crashing down.

What happens if we live a life of not talking?

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Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP

boxoffice@parktheatre.co.uk

  


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