London’s Park Theatre has announced details of its new spring season, running from 9 February to 30 April 2022.
The autumn-spring season at London’s Park Theatre will include the London premiere of new musical Little Women and a work in progress showing of Tony! [The Tony Blair Rock Opera] by Harry Hill and Steve Brown.
Jez Bond and the team at Park Theatre have announced that the theatre has plans to reopen its doors in the New Year, with socially distanced shows in both auditoria.
More than 1,300 arts and cultural organisations have benefited from a share of £257 million as part of a vital financial boost from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
‘We’ve spent seven years building to this point and three years to open the thing, changed the area and culture of the place, and in the snap of the fingers, it’s a ghost town.’
Last night I had the great pleasure of seeing Whodunnit (Unrehearsed) at the Park Theatre. Today my mouth feels a whole lot wider from excessive laughing and smiling. That is a thing right? Aching mouth aside, this is a much needed dose of pure silliness.
Park Theatre has announced its new July to December 2019 season. Featuring four world premiere productions, two UK and London premieres and a range of revivals from Broadway and the West End and featuring Miriam Margolyes, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Meaghan Martin.
The Park Theatre has revealed initial star casting for world premiere murder mystery Whodunnit [Unrehearsed], presented in association with Avalon, which runs in London in July before transferring to the Edinburgh Fringe.
London’s Park Theatre has announced its new January to June 2019 season featuring seven world and four UK/European premieres.
Have you bookmarked Stagedoor’s new weekly theatre podcast In House? This week’s episode sees MyTheatreMates co-founder Terri Paddock interviewing King’s Head Theatre artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher. Here are highlights and the full interview…
London’s Park Theatre today announce their new July-December 2018 season. Featuring a mix of new and existing writing, the season includes six world premieres, one UK premiere, three celebrated revivals and a brace of homegrown productions, two of which have been developed through Park Theatre’s Script Accelerator programme.
Angela Griffin and Trevor White will star in the UK premiere of Building the Wall, the Trump-inspired dystopian political thriller, written by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning writer Robert Schenkkan.
Continuing our series on Cirencester’s new Barn Theatre and its inaugural production of The Secret Garden, we’ve had tingles down the spine watching this speech that artistic director Iwan Lewis gave to local business leaders last year, laying out his vision for the venue as a creative hub in the Cotswolds and the transformational power of theatre for a community. We’ve also rounded up more great interviews with Iwan about this inspiring project.
The first half of the 2018 programme at London’s Park Theatre, running from January to June, will feature five world, European, UK and London premiere productions.
Madam Rubinstein focuses on her career-long rivalries with Revlon and particularly Elizabeth Arden played with venomous camp by Frances Barber dripping fox furs and acid putdowns. It’s staged like a bitch fight between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
Park Theatre’s Artistic Director Jez Bond will direct Miriam Margolyes, Frances Barber and Jonathan Forbes in the world premiere of MADAME RUBINSTEIN.
Park Theatre’s new Spring Summer 2017 season features an array of new writing across both spaces including several world premiere comedies together with the long-awaited European premiere of David Henry Hwang’s Braodway hit Chinglish, an acclaimed musical revival of Jonathan Larson’s tick tick BOOM! and an all-male staging of A Clockwork Orange.
Park Theatre Artistic Director Jez Bond today announces its new season of work, all in association with a host of exciting and diverse producers, including four world premieres, three UK premieres, two European premieres and a London premiere.
When news of the Park Theatre’s pantomime, Rapunzel, came through earlier this year, I remember clocking the name of the hero character Prince Corbyn – names are never a coincidence when it comes to pantomimes, surely? But had naming considerations also played a part in casting the role? Finding an actor named Alex Hope to […]