At the PARK Theatre

‘Commanding and convincing war drama’

The Stage

‘A powerful depiction of how war affects veterans’

Everything Theatre

‘Uber exuberant and confident young performers’

London Box Office

‘Skylar is a force majeure, his performance is utterly gripping, bone-chilling and heart-stopping’

The Upcoming

‘An energetic, captivating performance’

Theatre News

‘Toby Clarke … has staged it fluently’

Reviews Gate

This play will make your head explode.

Surviving a war – does that make you a lucky one? Not necessarily, especially if surviving PTSD is your next battle.

Miles Weppler struggles with fierce bouts of PTSD after returning back from a tour of Afghanistan. His girlfriend, therapist and friends experience the harsh side of the disorder and Miles struggles to come to terms with normal life again.

We see glimpses of the child that was Miles before he signed up for the army – and the man he’s become. We get an intimate view into what motivates a young man to join the military and what motivates him to stay in the military at any cost.

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

Tickets start at £18!

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By Taz Skylar & Ross Berkeley Simpson

Directed by Toby Clarke



Until 07 Sep



Mon – Sat Evening 19.45

Thu & Sat Matinees 15.15



Standard £18

Concessions £16.50


Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free

Captioned Performance

Thu 05 Sep 19.45

Age Guidance: 13+

Major theatrical revival coming to Park90 this Autumn

Black Chiffon
By Lesley Storm

18 Sep – 12 Oct

All preview tickets £14.50

‘Highly watchable by a riveting, strong central performance by Abigail Cruttenden’

Starring Abigail Cruttenden (Not Going Out). 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.

From our friends:

When the Crows Visit

Kiln Theatre

23 Oct – 30 Nov

Inspired by true events, When the Crows Visit by Anupama Chandrasekhar explores the cyclical nature of oppression in a dark and thrilling world premiere about one mother who has to choose whether protecting her son is more important than the truth.

All Of Me

The Yard

23 Oct – 30 Nov

The hit Edinburgh Fringe show is transferring to The Yard for three weeks only! ★★★★★ All of me by Olivier-nominated Caroline Horton is an absurd and mythic exploration of depression, navigating this messy world and finding the light within the darkness. 

This “phenomenal” (★★★★ Time Out) show is one that you just can’t miss.

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


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