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Park Keepers Priority Booking is Now OpenTickets on General Sale this Fri 11 Dec from 10amTo take advantage of priority booking and secure the best seats, you can become a Park Keeper – click here for more info.We’re reopening our doors to you, our community.We’ve waited, we’ve hoped, we’ve worked hard behind the scenes – and now we’re staging a comeback for 2021! Thank you to everyone who has donated, sent us messages of support and waited so patiently to know when we’d be reopening our doors.
In January, we are very excited to welcome back the side-splitting farce Corpse!, for a trial run of socially distanced performances in Park90. In February, the brand new ghost story, When Darkness Falls, comes to Park200. Better things are on the way next year, including our new masterclass programme specifically for creatives from underrepresented groups: Park Sessions: Get Into It. We’ll also be easing you into 2021 with tranquil Sunday concerts from the Ostara Chamber Players.
We are thrilled to be reopening and can’t wait to welcome you back to our building. Through adhering to all the new rules and working together, we can safely bring back theatre and get 2021 off to a fantastic and enjoyable start.What’s Changed?– We’ve implemented contactless, paperless e-ticketing- Socially-distanced performances are in place- Audience bubbles are seated at least 1m away from each other- Thermal scanners will read temperatures upon arrival – Protective screens are being installed at our bars and Box Office- Hand sanitiser stations are provided- Face coverings will be requiredYou can find out more about all of our new measures here.Park90Dates:07 – 30 Jan 2021Mon – Sat 19.45Thu & Sat 15.15 Standard £20Access conc. £16.50
Written by Gerald MoonDirected by Clive BrillCorpse! returns to Park90 for our first trial run of socially distanced performances and first show since March 2020.‘Clive Brill’s direction is ingenious’ ★★★★ The Islington GazetteEvelyn Farrant – actor – is exceedingly poor.Rupert Farrant – his twin – is excessively rich. There appears to be only one solution.Evelyn must kill Rupert and inherit his wealth.The time: the eve of Edward VIII’s abdication speech. The reluctant accomplice: Major Ambrose PowellThe essential grumpy landlady: Mrs McGee.The likely prospect? Macabre Comedy Mayhem…Christopher Harper (Coronation Street, ITV) is joined by Paul Kemp(Imperium, RSC/Gielgud Theatre), Suzan Sylvester (A View from the Bridge, Aldwych Theatre) and Christopher Buckley (Brighton Beach Memoirs, Fringe Summer Theatre) in the raucous return of Corpse! in Park90.Book NowPark200Dates:24 Feb – 13 Mar 2021Mon – Sat 19.30Thu & Sat 15.00Standard £23.00 – £27.00Access Conc. £18.50
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Written by James Milton & Paul MorrisseyDirected by Paul Morrissey When Darkness Falls is the brand new spine-chilling ghost story that delivers a twisted, terrifying and thrilling tale that will haunt you forever.Set on the island of Guernsey, When Darkness Falls tells the story of John Blondel; a history teacher who runs the local Historical Society. Tonight, as part of the weekly Vlog, a young paranormal expert is giving a talk on the island’s incredible folklore and paranormal history. As John films, the stories unfold and we discover what happens when the wind blows, the seas swell and darkness falls.Based on true events, this powerful new production by James Milton and Paul Morrissey draws us into dark pasts, revealing disturbing truths and unforgettable terrors. Featuring Will Barton (The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson) and Alex Phelps (Hamlet, Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre).Book NowPark Sessions: Get Into It are FREE professional development opportunities for creatives that identify as working class, working class LGBTQI+, D/deaf or disabled and those of a culturally diverse heritage. Curated by Holly Adomah Thompson (Getting In Formation) the programme runs from 25 – 30 Jan and covers key skills for creatives including: subtext, running your own theatre company, devising theatre, fundraising, marketing, sound design, accessible theatre and networking opportunities. Funded by Arts Council England.Book NowBook NowBook NowBook NowBook NowBook NowBook NowOther Events this January Dates10 Jan & 24 Jan 14 Feb & 28 FebTimes 10.30am – 12pm PricesStandard £20.00Child (under 16) £10.00
Bring the whole family along to Park Theatre for a social, and safely distanced, Sunday morning – with coffee, pastries and an hour of classical music, plus one or two modern numbers thrown into the mix!“An utterly beguiling group –  witty and tender, scintillating and soulful by turns (and sometimes simultaneously) – always surprising and never less than enchanting.” Simon CallowBorn during lockdown, four local musicians, all hungry for chamber music and desperate to get off Zoom, formed an ensemble with a string quartet at its core. They wanted to find a way to fill the live music void, while building on the sense of community in the N4 area. As they embarked on a series of ‘Doorstep Concerts’ they discovered a growing audience desperate for the escape and inspiration their music provided.Book NowDate24 JanTime1.30pm – 4.30pmPrices £35.00
Steve Richard Braithwaite author of Soul Ride is a regular guest speaker and educator for the NHS, Champneys and Vitality Health. Steve was born 1960 in Vancouver, Canada and has been on a journey of self-discovery and understanding since his early years when his grandparents introduced him to a variety of philosophies. Steve now identifies and accepts that it is the combination of mind, body and soul that creates the ultimate human experience. It is having a holistic approach to life that gives us the greatest happiness and contentment throughout our lives.“An expert guest speaker here for many years, Steve’s holistic approach to health and wellbeing is informative, innovating and enlightening – leaving the listener and audience feeling uplifted and positive.”Louise Day, Fitness & Wellbeing Director, Champney’s
Book NowWhat do Simon Callow, Park Theatre Volunteers and David Haig all have in common? 🌟They were all mistaken for being the Star of Park Theatre! 8 days in and we still don’t have a clue who the real star is. With only 17 sleeps to go until Santa arrives, we ho-ho-hope we can identify our star before Christmas Eve!Open Today’s Advent Calendar Door
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