At the PARK Theatre

   

 What’s On   020 7870 6876

End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

PARK200

 

Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

Book Now

Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

Book Now

PARK90

Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

Read More

Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

Read More

Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

Read More

   

 What’s On   020 7870 6876

End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

PARK200

 

Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

Book Now

Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

Book Now

PARK90

Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

Read More

Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

Read More

Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

Read More

   

 What’s On   020 7870 6876

End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

PARK200

 

Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

Book Now

Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

Book Now

PARK90

Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

Read More

Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

Read More

Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

Read More

   

 What’s On   020 7870 6876

End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

PARK200

 

Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

Book Now

Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

Book Now

PARK90

Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

Read More

Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

Read More

Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

Read More

   

 What’s On   020 7870 6876

End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

PARK200

 

Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

Book Now

Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

Book Now

PARK90

Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

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Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

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Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

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End Of The Pier is nearing the end of rehearsals

“We’re living through an ideological civil war and what you find funny is one of the most effective ways of determining what trench you’re in.”

Danny Robins – Writer

Opening our Jul-Dec season…

End Of The Pier is a funny and poignant new drama from acclaimed writer Danny Robins (Rudy’s Rare Records) that examines the nature of comedy. It raises some important issues and includes some devilishly good one-liners! This play will make you laugh and certainly leave you thinking.

With a star studded cast including TV legend Les Dennis who is best known for his role in as the host of Family FortunesBlake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army) soap star Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouveia (Tracey Ullman’s Sketch Show).


Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

A dark question lurks behind the laughs: What if, inside, you’re not the person everyone thinks you are?

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Written by Danny Robins
Directed by Hannah Price

Dates
11 Jul – 11 Aug

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Previews £18.50

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Parents & Babies £15

Mon 23 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Captioned Performance

Fri 10 Aug 19.30

Essential companion goes free*

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Alkaline: A play about faith, friendship and fear

‘People love being in control, don’t you think? But you can’t control something you don’t understand.’

Alkaline is a play about change, painful endings and new beginnings with a cast of five including Claire Cartwright (The Mousetrap), Nitin Kundra (There Is A War), Reena Lalbihari(Madame de Sade), Alan Mahon (Brutal Cessation) and Ej Martin (Joy).

Sophie and Sarah have been best friends forever. Sophie is newly engaged to her fiancé Nick and wants to celebrate. Sarah also has a new fiancé, Ali, and some more big news – she has recently converted to Islam.

One hot summer evening the two couples have a get together. Sophie is desperate to meet Ali and even more desperate to rescue her drifting friendship with Sarah. Sophie also wants to ask Sarah if she’ll take off her hijab for Sophie’s wedding – a headscarf ‘just won’t quite go’ with the other bridesmaids, and Sophie likes things to match. It’s all going well (ish) until an uninvited guest arrives with some news that turns the evening – and the couples’ lives – upside down.

Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?

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Written by Stephanie Martin
Directed by Sarah Meadows

Dates

10 Jul – 04 Aug

Performances

Tue – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Parents & Babies £15

Tue 31 Jul 13.00

(Babes in arms under one year go free)

Audio Described

Thu 2 Aug 19.45

Touch Tour 18.00

Prices

From £14.50

Young Patrons

10 – 17 Jul

Tickets £10*

T&C’s Apply 


Last chance to see…

Beirut

By Alan Bowne

Plays until 7 Jul

Park90

Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as “Beirut”, after testing positive for a nameless disease.

His girlfriend, Blue, makes the dangerous journey across the quarantine line to be with him. Torch tries to keep her at arm’s length and they argue lovingly, jokingly, fearfully, bravely and desperately about sex and death. All the while, Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails…

‘Engaging and powerful.’ ★★★★ 
The Upcoming

‘Dark and sexy dystopian thriller.’
★★★★½

The Reviews Hub

‘Emphatic and strident theatre.’
★★★★ 

Boyz Magazine

Monogamy

By Torben Betts

Plays until 7 Jul

Park200

Caroline Mortimer, the nation’s favourite TV cook, has it all – a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy.

But beneath the immaculate furnishings, studio lighting and away from the glare of the ever-present cameras – Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye. What happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out?

‘Monogamy is sure to leave audiences on a knife-edge throughout.’
★★★★ 

Upper Circle

‘A play worth sinking your teeth into’ 

Theatre London

‘Dee delivers a meticulously observed study of a woman on the edge of a breakdown.’ 

The Stage


From Our Friends…

Two For The Seesaw

Trafalgar Studios

12 Jul- 4 Aug

The team who brought you Some Girls, Luv and The Ugly One have just announced their new production! Buckland Theatre’s West End debut, Two For The Seesaw will play at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

New York City. The late 1950’s. An unlikely couple embark on a bittersweet and tempestuous love affair which forces them to confront who they are and want they want from love and life.

Read More

Jun – Aug 2018 Season

Finborough Theatre

The 150th birthday year of the Finborough Theatre building continues with a season of three plays – Finishing the Picture, Arthur Miller’s final play in its second ever production; the world premiere of But It Still Goes On by poet and novelist Robert Graves; and Homos, or Everyone in America, the European premiere of a new American play by Jordan Seavey, for whom this production is his UK debut.

Read More

Edinburgh Comedy Previews

Battersea Arts Centre

6 – 28 Jul

See big name comics and bright new talents at Battersea Arts Centre as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Line up includes James Acaster, Rose Matafeo, Nish Kumar, Felicity Ward, Denim and more.

Read More


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