At the PARK Theatre

Mesmerising, believable theatre and highly recommended’


‘Go see this show

London Theatre Reviews

Thought-provoking, affecting and insightful, Cry Havoc is highly recommended’

Act Drop

‘This is a love story, including the discovery of one’s self, expertly and magically told and reinforces the belief that love is worth fighting for’


‘Takes us on a journey of new perspectives found in
 unexpected places’

‘Frustration and passion is beautifully explored

‘An impressive play’
Jack the Lad

‘A surprisingly tender play about love and pain

Theatre Weekly

‘A wonderfully watchable performance from Karren Winchester

Act Drop

Cry Havoc is an ‘expertly and magically told’ (Boyz ★★★★) tale of two men who are forced to confront their cultural identities, traditions and a repressive government in a gripping search for love and faith.

Starring ‘breathtaking performances by the two male leads Marc Antolin as Nicolas Field and James El-Sharawy as Mohammed El-Masri’ (Boyz) and not forgetting a ‘compelling performance from Karren Winchester – as the fearsome immigration official, Ms Nevers’ (WhatsOnStage), this really is not one to miss!

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

Do not miss out!
Book now while tickets last.

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By Tom Coash 

Directed by Pamela Schermann 



Until 20 Apr



Mon – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15



Standard £18

Concessions £16.50


Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free

Parents & Babies £15

Thu 18 Mar 13.00

Age Guidance: 16+

(Strong language, nudity, violence)  

Opening this week: Life, within the walls…

Intra Muros
By Alexis Michalik
Directed by Ché Walker
Translated by Pamela Hargreaves
3 Apr – 4 May

Richard is preparing to direct his first theatre class in a maximum security prison, assisted by his ex-wife and an inexperienced social worker. As he goes ahead with the class with two inmates, it begins a captivating and darkly comic exploration of life, within the walls.

Starring Ché Walker (The Frontline), Summer Strallen(Hollyoaks), Victor Gardener (But It Still Goes On),Emma Pallant (Casualty), Declan Perring (The Good Person), and live on stage DJ Rio Kai (SEED Ensemble). 


From our friends…

Soho Theatre
2 Apr – 4 May

She needs his story. But is it hers to tell? The award winning writer of Beats returns with his acclaimed new hit about class and culture.

Frank, unflinching and threaded with unexpected humour, Mouthpiece takes a look at two different sides of a city that exist in ignorance of one another, and asks whether it’s possible to tell someone else’s story without exploiting them along the way. 

‘A gripping, truthful play for our times.’ Stage ★★★★★

HMS Pinafore
King’s Head Theatre
10 Apr – 11 May

Humorous, heartfelt, and highly energetic, Charles Court Opera take on the celebrated satire of the British class system. 

Featuring some of the world’s best loved music, prepare for an evening of rollicking choruses and tender tunes imbued with the unique wit and infectious energy from ‘the masters of Gilbert & Sullivan in small spaces.’

Jane Clegg
Finborough Theatre
23 Apr – 18 May

The first London production for over 75 years

London, 1913. Travelling salesman Henry Clegg has taken his wife, Jane, for granted for most of their marriage, as she endures his dishonesty, infidelity and neglect, as well as his demanding mother. But when Henry is accused of embezzling money from his firm and his latest affair is revealed, Jane realises she must finally escape her life of domestic abuse for herself and her children… only to find that for women without money and connections breaking free isn’t so easy.

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


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