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‘Edgy, mesmerising and convincing… superb, unmissable stuff’ ★★★★★

Broadway World


Reviews Gate

Nominated for 4 OffWestEnd Awards, it’s all about Vincent inPhilip Ridley’s ‘unmissable’ ★★★★★ (Reviews Gate) play. Starring Louise Jameson (Dr Who) and new comer Thomas Mahy, don’t miss out on this ‘breathtaking’ ★★★★★ (Remote Goat) show.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.

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.

Great seats for £18!

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Written by Philip Ridley
Directed by Robert Chevara


Until 14 April


Tue – Sat Evenings 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.15

Dementia Friendly Performance
Wed 11 Apr 15.15


Standard £18
Concessions £16.50


6 Jun – 1 Sep

Evening Standard


The Telegraph

The Observer

It’s V for Victory in David Haig’s Pressure – with a winning cache of 4 & 5 star reviews and a West End transfer already announced. Grab the last few Park Theatre tickets, or be quick to snap up West End tickets from just £15 to this edge-of-your-seat 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.

Starring Olivier Award-winning actor, David Haig, alongside Malcolm Sinclair as General Eisenhower, with Laura Rogers as Kay Summersby.

Best availability on West End Shows
Tickets from £15


Written by David Haig
Directed by John Dove


Until 28 Apr


Mon – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

Captioned Performance
Tue 17 Apr 19.30


Standard from £20

Concs. from £18.50

West End from £15

Coming this Spring…


17 Apr – 12 May

Inspired by a real court case in the USA.

Susie, a suburban Chicago teenager lives her life on the internet. However, when she meets someone online who convinces her to convert from Christianity to Islam and leave home for Syria, Susie finds herself arrested for conspiring to commit acts of terrorism.

Recent Harvard Law graduate and practising Muslim, Claire Fathi, will be prosecuting for the US government to the full extent of the law…

Building The Wall

2 May – 2 Jun


The cast has been announced for the UK Premiere of Robert Schenkkan’s cutting political drama, Building The Wall. Trevor White (The Durrells, Dark Knight Rises) will play Rick, who is accused of unspeakable crimes in the wake of the President’s impeachment. Angela Griffin (Lewis, Brief Encounters) will play historian Gloria who stands to receive his full confession.

In a world of ‘fake news’, can anyone admit the truth?

16 May – 9 Jun



‘As authentic as they come.’
Time Out


Failed architect Harrison had plans to end his life. The last thing he needed was Katherine, a young student, breaking into his house begging for his help…

Following the journey of Harrison and Katherine, Schismis a stunning new play about two people finding each other, and questions at what point does a dream become unrealistic and out of date.

Jul – Dec 2018 Season

Priority Booking Opens Mon 9 Apr

General Sale Thu 12 Apr

Where will our new season take you? Watch this space! There’s still time to become a Park Keeper and take advantage of 3 days priority booking – trust us, you’re going to want it for the amazing shows we’ve got lined up!

From Our Friends…

Great Apes

Arcola Theatre

15 Mar – 21 Apr
When Turner Prize-winning artist Simon Dykes wakes up one morning after a wild night out, he finds his world has changed beyond recognition. His girlfriend, Sarah, has turned into a chimpanzee. And to his horror, so has everyone else.

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Shadwell Opera
Omnibus Theatre

27 – 29 Apr

Award winning Shadwell Opera present Janaček’s dramatic song cycle Diary of One Who Disappeared, alongside The Grief of Antigone based on Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus, by composer Edward Nesbit.

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Break of Noon
Arcola Theatre
27, 28, 29 May &  3, 4, 5 Jun

Set in Hong Kong and China at the turn of the 20th century, against the backdrop of the age of Empire and the first whispers of revolt and decolonisation, Break of Noonfollows the inner journeys of four people who together depict all the multifaceted faces of love.

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


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