At the Park theatre

The explosive new American drama that’s beencaptivating audiences across the UK

‘Bold and compelling viewing’
Guildford Dragon

A memorable piece  of theatre’
Eastbourne Herald

‘Moving, captivating & absolutely outstanding
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With less than a week until Napoli, Brooklyn opens in Park200 this female led production, set in the swinging 60s about the bonds of sisterly love has been compelling audiences across the country before opening here on 13 June.

1960, Brooklyn, New York. The Muscolinos have raised three proud and passionate daughters. Each of them bonded by a fierce love for one another and harbouring a secret longing that could tear the family apart.

When an earth-shattering event rocks their Park Slope neighbourhood, life comes to a screeching halt and the sisters are forced to confront their conflicting visions for the future in this gripping, provocative and poignant portrait of love in all its danger and beauty.

Starring Georgia May Foote (Coronation Street, Grange Hill),Robert Cavanah (Shetland, Outlander), Hannah Bristow (Jane Eyre, National Theatre), Mona Goodwin (Black Mirror), Stephen Hogan (The Tudors, Primeval), Laurie Ogden (To Kill a Mockingbird), Gloria Onitiri (Brighton Rock, Hadestown) andMadeleine Worrall (Peter Pan, Jane Eyre, National Theatre).

Best seats from just £18.50!

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PARK200

By Meghan Kennedy

Directed by Lisa Blair

Dates

13 Jun – 13 Jul

Performances

Mon – Sat Evenings 19.30

Thu & Sat Matinee 15.00

Prices

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

* Subject to availability T&Cs apply

Groups
Buy 10 tickets get the 11th free

Audio Described

Tue 9 Jul 19.30

Touch Tour 18.00

Age Guidance 12+

The first British Vietnamese play staged in the UK

“That girl. She always makes me shout. If we’re not careful, she’ll turn rotten like an English child”

Mai is impulsive, intelligent, independent and growing up fast. As well as realising from a young age that her family are nursing deep wounds and secrets, she also has to navigate her dual identity as a second generation immigrant.

Having escaped war-torn Vietnam, her family’s individual journeys and memories have left scars that Mai was too young to understand. Embracing their silence, Mai’s camera becomes a conduit through which her journey of discovery begins.

Summer Rolls by critically-acclaimed actress Tuyen Do (The Great Wave, National Theatre) is a sweeping family saga that examines the Nguyen family’s life in Britain. This marks a seminal moment as the first British Vietnamese play to be staged in the United Kingdom.

Limited number of previews at £14.50!

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PARK90

By Tuyen Do

Directed by Kristine Landon-Smith

Dates

19 Jun – 13 Jul

Performances

Mon – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15

Prices

Previews £14.50

Standard £18

Concessions £16.50

Groups

Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th free

Captioned Performance

Fri 12 Jul 19.45

Age Guidance: 14+

‘I didn’t stop laughing throughout its 75 minutes
★★★★
Stage Review

Beneath The Blue Rinse

By Tom Glover
Directed by Glen Walford
Until 15 Jun

Park90

Beneath The Blue Rinse is ‘a life-affirming new hostage comedy’ that ’empowers older women’ (★★★★ Arthur’s Seat). ‘Tom Glover’s new play is not only VERY funny, it is also heart-warming and at times very dark!’ (★★★★ LondonTheatre1).

Don’t miss this laugh-out-loud comedy that will have you questioning everything you thought you knew about septuagenarians!

‘A real delight’

★★★★
Love London Love Culture

Vibrant, sexy and hilarious

★★★★
Arthur’s Seat

‘Beautifully acted’

★★★★
LondonTheatre1

Coming up: star-studded inspectors and thespian drama

Whodunnit [Unrehearsed]

By Jez Bond & Mark Cameron

Directed by Jez Bond & Mark Cameron

15 Jul – 27 Jul

Park200

Over 75% tickets sold!

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 this murder mystery spoof has one hell of a twist.

 

Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] not only features the voices of Ian McKellen, Judi Dench and Miriam Margolyes, but also a different celebrity in each performance stepping in as the Inspector without any rehearsal and without ever having seen the script.

 

Gargantuan guests – including Clive Anderson, Gillian Anderson, John Bishop, Gyles Brandreth, Marcus Brigstocke, Jim Broadbent, Adam Hills, Ronan Keating, Damian Lewis, Maureen Lipman, Joanna Lumley, Jason Manford, Neil Morrissey, Clarke Peters, Meera Syal, Catherine Tate, Sandi Toksvig, Tim Vine and Ruby Wax  – will have their lines fed to them live onstage via an earpiece as they attempt to crack the case, avoid the furniture and stagger their way to justice.

We won’t be announcing which date each of our celebrity friends is playing the Inspector – the mystery is who will walk through the door at your performance!

🔊 Watch the trailer with the sound ON for the full Ian McKellen effect! 🔊

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The Actor’s Nightmare

By Christopher Durang

Directed by Lydia Parker

16 Jul – 10 Aug

Park90

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

From Tennessee Williams to Euripides, tossing in a bit of Beckett, no renowned playwright is safe. Classic plays are warped and distorted – the outcome is both shocking and hilarious.

 

With a female-led creative team and an ensemble cast featuring: Meaghan Martin (Camp Rock), Kate Sumpter (The Little Drummer Girl) and Stefan Menaul(Dirty Dancing, West End).

From Our Friends…

While the Sun Shines

Orange Tree Theatre

7 Jun — 27 Jul

London in the Blitz and identities get confused in While the Sun Shines, Terence Rattigan’s delectably charming comedy, playing from 7 June.

Paul Miller directs following his critically acclaimed production of Rattigan’s French Without Tears, which played two sold out runs at the Orange Tree before touring nationally.

Juliet & Romeo

The Place

18 Jun – 22 Jun

Lost Dog return with the critically acclaimed Juliet & Romeo.

The show reveals the true story of Romeo and Juliet.

It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after… well they lived at least.

The Flies – Les Mouches

The Bunker Theatre

11 Jun – 6 Jul

Double Offies nominated in 2018, Exchange Theatre are celebrating their first decade of work with an anniversary revival of their first

critical and public success: Jean-Paul Sartre’s rebellious and highly political play The Flies.

Sartre’s thriller re-imagines the

Greek tragedy of Electra and Orestes, exploring the complexities of human values in a period of political turbulence.


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