At the PARK Theatre

‘Intensely dark, really delivers a punch’
★★★★
London Theatre1

‘Exquisite playing by
Flora Spencer-Longhurst’ 

★★★★
Stage Review

‘Flora Spencer-Longhurst, as Simona, is a real theatrical force’ 
★★★★ 
Spy In The Stalls


‘Brilliantly rich and diverse performancesfrom its all-female cast’
Love London Love Culture


‘A thrilling drama with a fascinating narrative… punchy and humorous

North West End


‘A special play which deserves full houses’
★★★★
Ham & High


‘Absolutely beautiful’ 
★★★★
Breaking the Fourth Wall


Can greatness ever be taught?

Audiences and critics alike have been singing in harmony about A PupilCommended for its ‘exquisite’ music composed by Radio 4’s Colin Sell, and the ‘punchy and humorous’ talents of the all-female cast.

See the ‘brilliantly rich’ production and be immersed in the perfect composition of new writing and classical music.

Simona is spoilt, rude, prone to violent outbursts and also happens to be a budding violin virtuoso. Can the cantankerous former violinist Ye train Simona for greatness? Or will demons from her own past stand in the way?

A new play by Evening Standard Award-nominated writer Jesse Briton. Directed by Jessica Daniels (Resident Director, Girl From The North Country).

Enjoy a night of music and ‘absolutely beautiful’ storytelling for under £20

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PARK90
By Jesse Briton
Directed by Jessica Daniels
Composed by Colin Sell

 

Dates

Until 24 Nov

 

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

 

Prices

Standard £18

Concessions £16.50
Child (Under 16) £13*

Dementia Friendly £10
Thu 15 Nov 15.00

Audio Described
Fri 23 Nov 19.45
Touch Tour 18.00

Essential companion goes free*
Single access conc. available*

What happens when the curtain comes down?

“By turns, jovial, tragic and vulnerable, Peter Duncan is hypnotic to watch. One of the hidden gems of the Fringe” 
★★★★★ 

Edinburgh Evening News

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The Dame
By Katie Duncan
Directed by Ian Talbot
02-26 Jan 2019

Starring Oliver Award-nominated actor and former Blue Peter daredevil Peter Duncan.

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. As the curtain falls on the last show of the day, Roy is in a wistful, melancholic mood, but as the years fall away, ghosts and memories from the past confront him with what he has spent his whole life trying to forget.

The Dame takes us on a journey inside an entertainer’s mind to expose the fragile creature beneath the make-up, bluster and bravado. However many masks we wear; the truth will always be revealed.

From our friends 

SUPERBLACKMAN
Created by Lekan Lawal
Battersea Arts Centre
16 Nov – 01 Dec

Mythology, pop culture and graphic novel collide in Lekan Lawal’s multi-artform mashup SUPERBLACKMAN!

Al has a secret. He can fly. To break the news to his family and friends, he’s made a graphic novel and is going to turn it into a blockbuster movie…

Nightclubbing
By Rachael Young
Stratford Circus Arts Centre
Thu 22 Nov

Join Rachael Young and her badass band of super-humans as they embrace Afrofuturism and the cult of Grace Jones in Nightclubbing – an explosive new performance bringing visceral live music and intergalactic visions to start a revolution.

Borderline
By Lydia Vie
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
06 – 08 Dec

Can we escape from our darkest thoughts? Stories, confessions, worlds of women on the edge, the periphery, the borderline. This play tells, in a poetic narrative, about women surviving and struggling with mental health and gender issues, in a world that wasn’t shaped for them.

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

boxoffice@parktheatre.co.uk

  

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Park Theatre is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England & Wales No. 7091161. Registered charity number 1137223.


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