At the Park Theatre

Public Booking is Now Open for our New Jan – Jun 2019 Season!

Thanks for taking a look at our season announcement on Monday – as you’re already interested in what’s coming up, we wanted to remind you that public booking is now open! With great seats from just £18.50 in Park200 and £14.50 in Park90, what are you waiting for?

Be sure to book today to secure the best seats!


ROSENBAUM’S RESCUE

9 Jan – 9 Feb

Written by A. Bodin Saphir
Directed by Kate Fahy
Production supported by Park Theatre’s Producers’ Circle

How did seven and a half thousand Jews escape Nazi occupied Denmark?

Moving and funny, this sharp and intriguing new play unravels the stories of two childhood friends and one of history’s most compelling mysteries.

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

13 Feb – 16 Mar

Written by Martin Sherman
Directed by Sean Mathias

As generations intertwine, Gently Down The Stream reveals the journey of gay history and celebrates the men and women who led the way for equality, marriage and the right to dream.

Book for the UK premiere after an acclaimed New York run, 40 years after Sherman’s celebrated modern classic Bent.

THE LIFE I LEAD

18 Mar – 30 Mar

Written by James Kettle
Directed by Selina Cadell

Best remembered for playing Mr Banks in Disney classic Mary PoppinsThe Life I Lead is a richly comic and moving tale of fathers and sons across the generations, with Miles Jupp (Mock the Week) bringing David Tomlinson’s remarkable story to life.

INTRA MUROS

3 Apr – 4 May

Written by Alexis Michalik
Translated by Pamela Hargreaves
Directed by Chè Walker

Ageing thespian Richard is preparing to direct his first prison theatre class.

Written by the multi Molière Award-winning Alexis Michalik the critically acclaimed Intra Murosmakes its UK Premiere. This multi-faceted, provocative comedy drama questions our concept of time and its effect on the human spirit.

 

 

THE LAST TEMPTATION OF BORIS JOHNSON

May – 8 June

Written by Jonathan Maitland
Directed by Lotte Wakeham

From the writer of Park Theatre hit Dead Sheep, this timely comedy drama offers an insight into the mind of one of the most divisive politicians of our time.

Fast forward to post-Brexit Britain, 2029. After 10 eventful years Boris is back, but what are his true intentions?

 

NAPOLI, BROOKLYN

13 Jun – 13 Jul

Written by Meghan Kennedy
Directed by Lisa Blair

When an earth-shattering event rocks the Muscolino’s neighbourhood, life comes to a screeching halt.

The Original Theatre Company(Monogamy) are proud to present this entralling coming-of-age tale directed by Lisa Blair whose recent credits include a five star revival of Jerusalem.

 


THE DAME

2 Jan – 26 Jan

Written by Katie Duncan

Directed by Ian Talbot

A lost world of seaside entertainment, piers and promenades is brought to life when seasoned Pantomime Dame Ronald Roy Humphrey returns to his Northern roots.

A 2018 Edinburgh Fringe hit, starring Oliver-nominated actor and former Blue Peter daredevil Peter Duncan.

 

MY DAD’S GAP YEAR

30 Jan – 23 Feb

Written by Tom Wright

Directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair

This is the story of Dave; a dad in mid-life freefall who takes his repressed, gay, teenage son on a wild adventure to Thailand. My Dad’s Gap Year is a wickedly funny and heartfelt story based on true events.

Fasten your seat belts, it’s gonna be a mad one!

WE’RE STAYING RIGHT HERE

26 Feb – 23 Mar

Written by Henry Devas

Directed by Jez Pike

In a world full of hate there was Matthew. Stand-up comic. New Father. Nice chap. Life fair to middling. Then the war started.

A jet-black comedy about one man’s survival in a world turned upside down. We’re Staying Right Here is a manic Duracell bunny of a play that simply refuses to shut up.

CRY HAVOC

27 Mar – 20 Apr

Written by Tom Coash
Directed by Pamela Schermann

Cry Havoc is a passionate love story between a spirited Egyptian and an idealistic British writer.

Tom Coash’s poignant, intimate play explores the relationship between the Western world and the Islamic Middle East, asking if love can bridge even the widest cultural divide.

HELL YES I’M TOUGH ENOUGH

24 Apr – 18 May

 

Written by Ben Alderton

Directed by Roland Reynolds

 

 

Hell Yes I’m Tough Enough is a political satire by Fragen Theatre Company taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the unjust, corrupt and farcical pantomime that is British Politics.

One thing is clear: the system is broken. But who’s going to fix it?

 

BENEATH THE BLUE RINSE

21 May – 15 Jun

Written by Tom Glover

 

Quentin Tarantino meets Last of the Summer Wine in this wickedly funny, high octane comedy about growing old passionately and disgracefully.

Fiesty 75 year old Flora Parkin is not what she first seems!

 

SUMMER ROLLS

18 Jun – 13 Jul 

Written by Tuyen Do
Directed by Kristine Landon-Smith

Summer Rolls by Tuyen Do is a sweeping family saga that follows Mai as she navigates her dual identity as a second generation Vietnamese immigrant.

This marks a seminal moment as the first British Vietnamese play to be staged in the United Kingdom.

We’re commited to making Park Theatre as friendly and accessible as possible. We are therefore excited to announce our first BSL interpreted performance in 2019. We will be continuing our programme of captioned, audio described, relaxed, dementia friendly and parents & baby shows.

Click here for more access info.

The bar has quickly become a regular spot for many local residents and artists. Open from early until late, the mornings are filled with good coffee, casual tunes and the buzz of creative professionals.

We have a seasonally changing food menu with selections for every time of the day. Sample our delicious range of baked treats, sandwiches, salads, quiches and our homemade stone-baked pizzas.

 

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

boxoffice@parktheatre.co.uk

  


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