at the PARK Theatre

Knock knock. Who’s there? Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Allen Ginsberg & Stokely Carmichael here for Christmas dinner!

The first show to feature ‘real’ flying at Park Theatre is now open!

Never say Never(land) as J.M. Barrie’s original play Peter Panflies into Park200 this week. With Alexander Vlahos (BBC’s Versailles & Merlin) as the villainous Captain Hook and high-flying newcomer Nickcolia King-N’da as the boy who never grew up. Take the whole family on a trip to the shores of Neverland with a sprinkle of fairy dust to help you take flight!

The cast also includes Rosemary Boyle (Of Mice and Men, UK Tour), Adam Buchanan (After October, Finborough Theatre), Natalie Grady (This House, National Theatre), Jason Kajdi (Our House, UK Tour), Harveen Mann (Bend it like Beckham, West End) & Alfie Webster (Our Four Walls, Ovalhouse).

Best availability on evening performances
Book now to see the most magical
Park Theatre Christmas show yet!


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The original play by J.M. Barrie
Directed by 
Jonathan O’Boyle

Until 05 Jan
Preview 06 Dec

Please see website for full schedule

Standard £18.50 – £32.50
Concessions £16.50 – £23.50
Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

Relaxed Performance £10
Fri 21 Dec 13.30

Audio Described

Sat 05 Jan 15.00
Touch Tour 13.30

Access conc. available*
Age guidance 5+
Babies in arms not permitted

From Neverland to a hopeful new world…

Inspired by the Dialectics of Liberation conference at the Roundhouse in 1967, Dialektikon brings politics, puppetry, vibrant colour and play to Park90 this festive season. Along with live music and epic words from civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael, poet Allen Ginsberg and philosopher Herbert Marcuse, this is the perfect go-to for those who want to feel inspired this Christmas.

The idol Moloch rules over heaps of treasure and weapons as great voices from the past cry out to Miranda to right the wrongs of an angry Earth. Led by Ayida Wedo, mysterious spirit guide, can she find her own wisdom and the courage to escape from this black mirror world of greed and war without falling for the wiles of the ominous Servant?

A deliciously dark play of passionate ideas
Book now to add drama to your winter evenings

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Written by Jacky Ivimy
Directed by Adébayo Bolaji

Until 29 Dec
Previews: 06 – 08 Dec

Mon – Sat Evening 19.45
Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15
No Performances on Mon 24 Dec or Tues 25 Dec

Previews £14.50
Standard £18
Concessions £16.50
Child (Under 16) £13*

Young Patrons £10*
06 – 13 Dec

Parents & Babies £15
Fri 28 Dec 13.00

Access conc. available*
Age guidance 12+

New year, new theatre: Here’s what’s kicking off 2019

Rosenbaum’s Rescue
By A. Bodin Saphir
Directed by Kate Fahy
09 Jan – 09 Feb

Miracle rescue or historical mystery?

October, 1943. Seven and a half thousand Jews flee Denmark in fishermen’s boats, crossing the water to Sweden and to safety from the occupying Nazi regime. To some, a miracle rescue of biblical proportions. To others, the question remains: how did thousands of Jews slip through the grasp of the most powerful war machine ever assembled?

Hanukkah, 2001. At a remote home on the snowy Danish coast, it’s time for two old friends to bury the hatchet. Lars and Abraham have not seen eye to eye for decades, but old tensions refuse to thaw as Lars’ relentless pursuit of the truth concerning the flight of Danish Jews during WWII challenges Abraham’s faith, patience and memories. And when an old secret surfaces and threatens the very foundation of their relationship, fact starts to blur with fiction.

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Olivier Award-Winner David Bamber plays Abraham alongside Neil McCaul (The Other Place, Park Theatre) as Lars. Dorothea Myer-Bennett (Holy Sh*t, Kiln Theatre) and Julia Swift (Philadelphia Here I Come, Donmar Warehouse) complete the cast.

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

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The Dame
By Katie Duncan
Directed by Ian Talbot

02 – 26 Jan

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.

My Dad’s Gap Year
By Tom Wright
Directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair
30 Jan – 23 Feb

Based on true events, this is the story of Dave; a dad in mid-life freefall who takes his repressed, gay, teenage son William on a wild adventure to Thailand to lose his virginity. Written by Tom Wright and directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair (MBE)My Dad’s Gap Year is a wickedly funny and heartfelt story.

Michelle Collins
 returns to Park Theatre to play William’s newly single mum, Cath.

Gay love, straight love, trans love, buddy love, drinking games and beer bellies. Fasten your seat belts, it’s gonna be a mad one!

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Starring Michelle Collins (EastEndersCoronation Street) alongside Adam Lannon, Alex Britt, Victoria Gigante and Max Percy.

A special festive message from Juliet Stevenson 

Park Theatre Patron Juliet Stevenson has a special message to share for the festive season.  Check out our #sPARKle Advent Calendar on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to find out more!

From our Friends

In Lipstick
Pleasance Theatre
8 Jan – 27 Jan

Maud, a woman on the run from damage buried in her past, has sheltered Cynthia from the wildness of the world for the last few years. Cynthia loves Maud, and Maud loves Cynthia, but now she’s starting to suffocate. When she meets Dennis, a security guard at the office where she works, she thinks for a moment that she’s glimpsed an escape.

The Gingerbread Man
Jacksons Lane
Until Mon 24

Jacksons Lane’s 2018 Christmas show will be a delicious adventure for families. Chase after their cheeky gingerbread hero as he sets off on the biggest adventure of his life. Hiccup Theatre cook up a brand new version of this classic tale, adding scrumptious original songs, tasty story-telling and dollops of delight. Celebrate this special season in style with a show that is baked to perfection.

The Rave Space
Camden’s People Theatre
6-8 & 13-15 Dec

A 90-minute mix of jungle music, theatre, spoken word and ritual. A live documentary played out in the dance.

The Rave Space deconstructs the DJ’s role as a status symbol, creating an authentic nightclub experience that is at once intimate and transcendent. It’s not what you think – This is something you never raved to before.

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