At the PARK Theatre

An absolute delight’
 British Theatre Guide 

‘Remarkably thought provoking and sensitive’

★★★★★
Remote Goat


The Life I Lead has been charming audiences on a tour of the UK and will soon be landing in Park200 for a LIMITED two week run. With over 50% of tickets already gone, be sure to book while you can. 

Best remembered for playing Mr Banks in Disney’s classic filmMary Poppins, David Tomlinson was renowned for playing the classic English gent, forthright, proper, and a loveable fool. His meeting with Walt Disney came to encapsulate his incredible life full of adventure and heartbreak.

The man who portrayed one of cinema’s most famous patriarchs was defined by his relationship with his own father – a remote eccentric, who was hiding an extraordinary tragicomic secret.

The Life I Lead sees Miles Jupp, one of Britain’s leading stand-up comedians and revered actors (Mock the WeekThe News QuizRevThe Durrells) bring David Tomlinson’s remarkable story to life.

A richly comic and moving tale of fathers and sons across the generations, The Life I Lead fills in the blanks behind a very well-known face.

Book Now

PARK200

By James Kettle

Directed by Didi Hopkins & Selina Cadell

Dates

18 – 30 Mar

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.00

Prices

Standard £18.50 – £32.50

Concessions £16.50 – £23.50

Child (Under 16) £15 – £20*

*T&Cs apply.

Young Patrons

18 – 23 Mar

Tickets £10*

*T&Cs apply.

British Sign Language

Thu 28 Mar 19.30*

*(Access concs. available)

More comedy, but with a dark twist…

We’re Staying Right Here

By Henry Devas

Directed by Jez Pike

Plays until 23 Mar

Starring Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones), Danny Kirrane (Pirates of the Caribbean), Tom Canton(Wasted), and Liam Smith (End of Love).

In a world full of hate there was Matthew. Stand-up comic. New Father. Nice chap. Life fair to middling. Then the war started. As the man Matthew used to be fades away, three men tell themselves stories about the past, present, and future. Stories about their escape.


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