At the Park Theatre

Get out of your own head with a brand new
jet-black comedy opening next week

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If you’ve found it hard to get out of your own head since Bandersnatch (Nextflix) landed, then We’re Staying Right Here is the next theatre show for you.

Starring Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones), Danny Kirrane(Pirates of the Caribbean), Tom Canton (Wasted), and Liam Smith (End of Love), We’re Staying Right Here is a jet-black comedy about a very human struggle. From debut writer Henry Devas, this is a manic Duracell bunny of a play that just refuses to shut the F**K UP.

Everything was ticking along just fine for Matt: stand-up comic, new father, nice bloke… And then it all changed.

With pressure mounting Matt has to decide if the people around him are really his friends – or foes. And as his companions conduct increasingly manipulative psychological games he must fight to keep his sanity.

Limited number of preview tickets from just £14.50!

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By Henry Devas
Directed by Jez Pike



26 Feb – 23 Mar



Mon – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15



Previews £14.50

Standard £18

Concessions £16.50*
*Subject to availability T&Cs apply


Young Patrons

26 Feb – 5 Mar

Tickets £10*
*T&Cs apply

Age guidance 16+


Parents & Babies £15

Thu 14 Mar, 13.00

*Babes in arms under 1 go free

Audio Described
Wed 20 Mar 19.45*

Touch Tour 18.00
*Access concs. available

More explorations of the mind opening this week

Voices In The Shadows
Exhibition: Until 15 Apr
Performance Art: 21 – 23 Feb, 8pm
Morris Space
£12/£10 concs.

Voices in the Shadows explores the impact of fear, despair, and loss of trust on our sense of reality and mental wellbeing.

Two visual artists, a composer and an actor will challenge audiences to engage with performance art centring on the lived experience of mental illness.

Prints and video by Chris Avis and David Pike. Sound and composition by Adam Wilson. Performance art by Didi Hopkins.

From Our Friends…

Bunker Theatre
Until 16 Mar

When Willow is not providing ‘excellent customer service’ she talks to Liz, a customer who has a habit of leaving her husband in the utility room. They are from different backgrounds, different generations and seemingly entirely different worlds. But they find something in common. As the roots of their past entwine, they realise that the time for silence is over.

Richard III
Ally Pally Theatre
13 – 31 Mar

‘What do I fear? Myself?’

After decades of civil war, the nation hangs in the balance. Enter Richard, Duke of Gloucester, to change the course of history.

Richard was not born to be a king, but he’s set his sights on the crown. So begins his campaign of deceit, manipulation and violence – and he’s killing it.

Good Dog
Bernie Grants Arts Centre
20 – 23 Mar

Mum’s promised him that bike so even when school or homelife bites, he knows to keep his chin up, his head down and his shirt clean. No harsh word, no sudden push to the ground will distract him from growing up to be a good man. Because in the end, everyone who’s good gets what they deserve. Don’t they?

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