At Park Theatre we present a mixture of new writing and modern revivals, collaborating with the finest existing and emerging talent on stage and behind the scenes to deliver world class theatre. We tell accessible, real-to-life stories, whose content resonates and reflects the world around us and the neighbourhoods close by. We produce both in-house and in partnership with the most excellent existing and emerging producers.
If you are a professional producer or theatre company and would like to submit a proposal to produce a show in one of our theatres then please first read our Proposal Form, Guidelines & Rates then access all the supporting files below. As a key part of our mission is to address the current lack of diversity both on stage and off, we are particularly keen to hear from producers who are working with female writers and/or BAME artists & practitioners.
If you have a script that you’re working on and would like to develop, please consider submitting to one of the following programmes:
Script Accelerator: our annual new play development programme. We spend four weeks supporting emerging producers and practitioners to work together on their project, culminating in a showcase performance. Have a look at our Script Accelerator page to find out more.
The Prism Project: an opportunity for Black, Asian and minority ethnic artists who are working on a script to host a rehearsed reading at Park Theatre to help with development. Have a look at our Prism Project page to find out more.
*For more technical information, such as autocad files for Park200, please contact the tecnical team.
We accept submissions all year round and are currently considering work for the Autumn 2019 in Park90 and Spring 2020 in Park200.
In addition to Park200 and Park90 a dedicated rehearsal bright and airy built for purpose room, The Morris Space, is available for rehearsals. Please contact us to find out more.
All the information you need should be in the documents above. If you still have questions please click here to email Creative Director, Melli Marie.