“Why should I stay silent? They’ve been trying to shut me up from day one.
Takao and Yukari are escaping.
Tech entrepreneur Nick thinks he has the answer.
How far would you go for love? What would you be willing to change?A fast-moving and thrilling piece of theatre set on a college campus in small-town America.
Philip Ridley’s multi-layered, complex and highly acclaimed story Leaves of Glass is breathtakingly revived by director Max Harrison in collaboration with Lidless Theatre in a mi…
A new comedy about devotion, desire and dancing queens.
Making war is a dirty business.
A humorous but high stakes interactive play about international peace negotiation starring Clive Anderson.
Scheduled over twelve rounds, On the Ropes at the Park Theatre goes from 7.
Dilated Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre presents: SUSBarrie Keeffe’s incendiary play about institutional racism and abuse of power gets a timely revivalWritten b…
Following a hugely successful award-winning online run, which was later broadcast on Sky Arts, Dame Maureen Lipman returns to the title role of Rose for a new production starting o…
From stand-up comedian and TV legend Harry Hill and his long-time collaborator Steve Brown comes the premiere of the rock opera the world has been crying out for: a reckless reappr…
'Look anyone will tell you, I’m a pretty straight sort of guy.
“I am young, I am naive, I am filled with .
Ari is caught between two worlds.
Following sell out runs at the Royal Court and in the West End, Clybourne Parkreturns to London in a new production of the award-winning play.
Is a mother’s love unconditional, or can it be stretched beyond breaking-point? This is the consuming theme in Evan Placey’s Mother of Him at the Park Theatre, which was inspir…
There is plenty of barking in the street during Tom Coash’s Cry Havoc at the Park Theatre.
Women Redressed: Act I presents eight short plays from some of the UK’s up and coming playwrights.
Hit theatre festival Women Redressed is back, running for two nights at Park Theatre.
What lengths would you go to to put the next meal on the table? As the Nazis come to power in Germany, a young widow discovers that her only means of survival is to take on her de…
Anna Jordan’s plays are sex fables for the modern day that everyone must see.
Archimedes’ Principle is a recent (2012) play from the young(ish) Catalan playwright and director Joseph Maria Miro i Coromina.