At the PARK Theatre

Characters (and actors!) asking to be listened to in this new behind the scenes trailer


Opens 19 Sep – Book early to secure the best seats

 

How much can you lose, if you can’t find yourself?

Just over a week to go until the third Park Theatre production of 2018 opens. Directed by Claire van Kampen, who has had a 21 year career at The Globe, this beautifully crafted play that explores the complexity of what we call memory is one not to miss.

Confident, intelligent and highly successful neurologist Juliana Smithton is at the top of her game. But while delivering a lecture to a roomful of doctors, she’s interrupted by a series of disturbing events…

Stars Karen Archer (best known for 4 series of The Chief), Eliza Collings (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, National Theatre), Okon Jones (The Merchant of Venice, Young Vic) and Rupinder Nagra (Amal).

 


Preview tickets from just £18.50


Book now

PARK200

Written by Sharr White

Directed by Claire van Kampen
Co-produced with 
Theatre by the Lake

Date

19 Sep – 20 Oct

Performances
Mon-Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00 

Captioned
Fri 12 Oct 19:30

Parents and Babies £15 

Thu 18 Oct 13.00
Young Patrons
19-26 Sep
Tickets £10*

Prices*
Previews £18.50
Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50
Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

Groups
Buy 10 tickets get the 11th free

*Subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Now playing in Park90: Distance ⋆⋆⋆⋆ The Stage

‘A real godsend with very funny dialogue’

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The Stage

 

Steven, recently separated and heading towards divorce, bumps into an old friend on the journey to a job interview. A complex recent past and a fragile present collide, as Steven tries to make sense of the world around him and his place within it. We accelerate headlong into Steven’s chaotic and troubled inner life, as the everyday encounter unravels into something dark, disturbing and unrestrained.

 

Distance is an urgent examination of mental illness, and its impact on the individual, their family, and the society around them.


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