Park Theatre


Park Theatre, LOndon seen from the street.

Photo: Peter Brown 2015



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Management


Artistic director: Jez Bond
Executive Director: John-Jackson Almond

Theatres


Park 200 - seats 200
Park 90 - seats 90
The Morris Space - seats 60

Telephone



Box office: 020 7870 6876

Email


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Location


Address:
Clifton Terrace
Finsbury Park
London N4 3JP

Council: Islington

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
Finsbury Park (Piccadilly, Victoria)

Train:
Finsbury Park

Buses:

Stop:

Finsbury Park Station


Day no:
4, 19, 29, 153, 236, 253, 254, 259, 210, W3, W7


Night no:
N29, N253, N279

Access information


General

The building is fully accessible - a lift serves all floors. Concession rates fordisbaled patrons and their carers. Assistance dogs welcome in auditorium - contact box office for best place to sit as seating can change with productions.

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Wheelchair access

Wheelchairs can be accommodated in both main theatre spaces.

Hearing assistance

Induction loop system.

Current shows


Twitstorm

Guy Manton is a national treasure, the much-loved host of a caustic television panel show, until a throwaway remark is inadvertently shared with the whole world, and before Guy knows what is happening he is being battered by the Twitstorm.

Previews from: Wednesday 31 May 2017
Closes: Saturday 1 July 2017

Upcoming shows


The View From Nowhere

Prez is a brilliant biochemist. His experiments show a leading herbicide is carcinogenic. He has an existential fight against entrenched interests on his hands. In his heart he knows he's right, but can he prove it?

Previews from: Tuesday 27 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 22 July 2017

Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You

Reprising some of Sir Ian McKellen's renowned performances, from Gandalf to Macbeth, he will take requests, answer your questions and invite you to act with him. An intimate and unforgettable one man show with one of the world's finest actors.

Previews from: Monday 3 July 2017
Closes: Sunday 9 July 2017

Twilight Song

In their sitting room in leafy north London, Isabella and Basil are getting ready to take Uncle Charles out to dinner. It's summer 1967 and their secrets are starting to crack as the world around them undergoes a revolution.

Previews from: Wednesday 12 July 2017
Closes: Saturday 12 August 2017

Rabbits

Susan is dangerously lonely. Frank is obsessed with hats. Their marriage is on the rocks but Frank has a plan to spice things up. He's taking their pet rabbit to be murdered - by a psychopath.

Previews from: Wednesday 26 July 2017
Closes: Saturday 19 August 2017

Loot

Uproarious slapstick meets dubious morals as two young friends stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a gold-digging nurse and a grieving widower.

Previews from: Thursday 17 August 2017
Closes: Sunday 24 September 2017

Hamlet

This is Hamlet stripped to its core and played by three members of one family: Gyles Brandreth, Benet Brandreth, Kosha Engler - father, son and wife. A family gathering, haunted, claustrophobic, intense.

Previews from: Tuesday 22 August 2017
Closes: Saturday 16 September 2017

The Revlon Girl

Set 8 months following the death of 116 children during the Aberfan Disaster of 1966, The Revlon Girl tells the real life story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week above a local hotel to talk, cry and even laugh without feeling guilty.

Previews from: Tuesday 19 September 2017
Closes: Saturday 14 October 2017

What Shadows

Oxford academic and daughter of a Caribbean immigrant, Rose Cruickshank wants answers. Enoch Powell's controversial words about immigration shattered her childhood. Rose cannot find inner peace until she understands what led him to make the speech.

Previews from: Wednesday 27 September 2017
Closes: Saturday 28 October 2017

Fishskin Trousers

Three people united by the fishing village of Orford and its mysterious island, Orford Ness. From the twelfth century, Mab gives an eye-witness account of the legendary Wild Man of Orford.

Previews from: Tuesday 17 October 2017
Closes: Saturday 11 November 2017

The Retreat

Luke left his high-flying City life to discover serenity in the Highlands, but he can’t escape his past. Is Tony everything wrong with Luke's old life, or is he the only one who can really see into his soul?

Previews from: Thursday 2 November 2017
Closes: Saturday 2 December 2017

The Secondary Victim

Ali is a respected psychotherapist and loyal wife. Then suddenly a complaint of sexual misconduct by a male former client throws her professional and personal life into a maelstrom of suspicion and distrust.

Previews from: Tuesday 14 November 2017
Closes: Saturday 9 December 2017

Daisy Pulls It Off

Look out chaps! There’s a new girl in school. Our plucky heroine Daisy is ready for a topping new term and to take on a jolly ripping mystery in this whizzo family treat for Christmas.

Previews from: Tuesday 5 December 2017
Closes: Saturday 13 January 2018

White Fang

1898. Canada. After the massacre of her tribe, a child is rescued by an old huntsman. Torn from centuries of tradition, struggling to find her path in the world, she soon discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf.

Previews from: Wednesday 13 December 2017
Closes: Saturday 13 January 2018


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