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Park Keepers Priority Booking is Now Open for our new Jul – Dec 2019 season!

Tickets on General Sale from 10am 12 April

Priority booking for Park Keepers is now open for our Jul – Dec 2019 season. To take advantage of this priority booking period to secure the best seats, you can become a Park Keeper – click here for more info.

A host of HUGE guests have already signed up for the World Premiere of Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] – be sure to book the last few tickets while you can for the chance to see Gillian Anderson, Jim Broadbent, John Bishop and more. Miriam Margolyes is back, starring in Sydney & The Old Girl following the sell out success of Madame Rubinstein in 2017 and Tracy-Ann Oberman stars in provocative drama Mother of Him. That’s not all we’ve got on offer – scroll down for a first look at what’s coming up.

We look forward to seeing you at Park Theatre soon!


15 Jul – 27 Jul

Written & Directed by Jez Bond & Mark Cameron

Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] not only features the voices of Ian McKellenand Judi Dench but also a different celebrity in each performance stepping in as the Inspector withoutany rehearsal and without everhaving seen the script. Star sleuths include Gillian Anderson, Jim Broadbent and MORE! On sale now – open to all.

An isolated manor, a storm brewing and a stranger at the door. The clichés flow as freely as the suspicious liquor in the library, but the real mystery is which celebrity will walk through the door! Production supported by Park Theatre’s Producers’ Circle.


30 Jul – 10 Aug

Written by Bianca Bagatourian
Directed by Ché Walker

The Time Of Our Lies unfolds through the personal history of social activist Howard Zinn, including being a soldier who dropped bombs on Rouen, France in WWII. This fateful moment stayed with him and led to Zinn becoming a moral compass for the US.

The play features songs using Zinn’s words combined with first-person accounts from other soldiers. It’s a battle cry for democracy.


15 Aug – 14 Sep

Written by Eugene O’Hare
Directed by Alice Hamilton
Cast includes Mark Hadfield

Beezer and O’Rourke live on the fringes of society in a dingy London flat, struggling to make ends meet. Despite living life at the bottom of the heap, the savage banter of their dysfunctional friendship keeps the pair afloat.

O’Hare’s first black comedy-drama in our 2019 season shines a light on complicity and the intriguing web of secrets and lies woven behind closed doors. Production supported by Park Theatre’s Producers’ Circle.


18 Sep – 26 Oct

Written by Evan Placey
Directed by Max Lindsay
Cast includes Tracy-Ann Oberman


Brenda, a single Jewish mother (Tracy-Ann Oberman, best known for the hit comedy Friday Night Dinner) sends her youngest son to school. His elder brother Matthew remains asleep upstairs. This could be a morning like any other, if Matthew wasn’t under house arrest.

Based on a true story, Evan Placey‘s powerful and provocative drama questions what it takes for a mother to stop loving her son.


31 Oct – 30 Nov

Written by Eugene O’Hare

Directed by Phillip Breen
Cast includes Miriam Margolyes & Mark Hadfield

Nell and Sydney Stock are at war – and it’s mutually assured destruction. After 50 years cooped up in the same shabby East London house, the points scored in never ending arguments continue to bind the pair together. And then, there is the not so simple matter of the inheritance…

Acerbic humour from O’Hare coupled with the inimitable Miriam Margolyes make Sydney & The Old Girl a production not to be missed. Production supported byPark Theatre’s Producers’ Circle.


4 Dec – 4 Jan

Written by Charles Way 
Directed by Abigail Anderson
Adapted from Hans Christian Andersen 

For everyone who loves Frozen, come see how it all began as the original Snow Queen casts her magical spell over Park Theatre this Christmas!

Join Gerda on her epic journey through the seasons to save her best friend Cei before she loses him to endless Winter. With the help of bickering flowers, nasty teachers, snowball fights, confused Princes and Princesses and Bae the talking Reindeer, they might both be ready to grow up after all.


16 Jul – 10 Aug

Written by Christopher Durang

Directed by Lydia Parker
Cast includes Meaghan Martin, Stefan Menaul, Kate Sumpter

Tony Award-winning playwright Christopher Durang explores the entertainment industry through biting satire and surreal comedy.

With a female-led creative team and an ensemble cast featuring Meaghan Martin (Camp Rock) andKate Sumpter (The Little Drummer Girl), we journey through the ludicrous and lonely world of New York theatre, culminating in Durang’s iconic finale: The Actor’s Nightmare.


15 Aug – 7 Sep

Written by Taz Skylar & RosBerkeley Simpson
With spoken word by Suli Breaks

Directed by Toby Clarke 

Upon return from his first tour of Afghanistan, 19 year old Miles isn’t quite himself. Noises don’t sound the same. People don’t look the same. Pizza doesn’t taste the same.

The harder he tries to act normal, the harder it gets to be normal. And all his loved ones’ attempts to help make things worse.

Warheads is a punchy urban drama based on a true story.


18 Sep – 12 Oct

Written by Lesley Storm

Directed by Clive Brill

Mrs Alicia Christie maintains a beautiful home, with a clever husband and devoted children. This surely makes her an upstanding society woman…

What would you do to protect your family? Would you lie? Would you pretend to be a completely different person to the one everyone knows? Would you forsake all your beliefs? Would you go to jail?

One woman. One crime. One decision.


15 Oct – 9 Nov

Written by Kate Barton
Directed by Kate Valentine
Cast includes Caroline Lawrie

In a chilling parallel to our modern world of influencers peddling protein shakes and diet pills, Fast is the true story of ‘Dr’ Linda Hazzard who advocated a fasting cure that gripped the press and divided a nation.

Complex, beguiling and utterly driven, was Hazzard vilified as a woman in a man’s world or were there darker forces at play?


13 Nov – 7 Dec

Written by Olivia Olsen

Directed by Robin Herford

Russia. 1940. Anna Akhmatova, the most celebrated poet of her generation, has lost her husband to the purges and her son to state prison where he awaits execution.

Based on true events, Stray Dogsdepicts the story of one of the most extraordinary women of the 20th century, as she must choose between duty to her country, her son, her art and herself.


11 Dec – 4 Jan

Written by Charlotte Jones
Directed by Robert Wolstenholme

Josie’s tired. Tired of looking after daydreaming daughter Brenda. Tired of working as a dominatrix to make ends meet. Too tired to celebrate turning forty.

Hilarious and heartfelt, with a rocking Elvis soundtrack, Charlotte Jones’ quirky, kinky comedy celebrates life’s outsiders; sweet yet saucy, it’s the perfect ‘adults only’ alternative Christmas treat.

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


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