Jan - Jul 2020 Season Announced

14 October 2019

Park Theatre's Jan - Jul 2020 Season has now been announced. Highlights include Simon Callow's adaptation of La Cage aux Folles [The Play]. Book today to secure the best seats.

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Pick of the Fringe NOW ON SALE

2 September 2019

We have hand-picked five spectacular shows fresh from Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019, to present to a London audience.

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The Prism Project

21 June 2019

The Prism Project is a series of rehearsed readings at Park Theatre that offers free rehearsal space and a professional theatre in which to develop and showcase diverse stories. If you are an artist who is Black, Asian or part of a minority ethnic group then we want to hear from you. You should be working on a script (either yourself or as part of the creative team) that could use the space for its development, and you should have a creative team available to work on your project.

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Theatre casting for D/deaf and disabled actors

25 April 2019

Supported by Graeae Theatre Company, Park Theatre will be hosting a two-day casting call to London based D/deaf and disabled actors (age 18+).

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The Coalface supports Park Theatre with free office space

18 April 2019

The Coalface, Finsbury Park’s new business hub, supports neighbouring Park Theatre with free office space.

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Jul - Dec 2019 Season Announced

9 April 2019

Public booking is now open! Big names include Miriam Margolyes and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Book today to secure the best seats.

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New FREE membership for Young People

15 March 2019

Live your best Park life with our FREE 16 - 26 membership. Great benefits for members which include:

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The Prism Project - new BAME artist initiative launched

6 February 2019

We are delighted to announce our new theatre and artist development initiative, The Prism Project, which has been specially created to nurture BAME voices on stage, and provide a starting block which will help to disperse new stories.


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Park Theatre scoop up three Offie Awards

3 February 2019

Park Theatre took home three awards from the 9th Annual Offie Awards at Battersea Arts Centre on 3 Feb 2019, including Best Foodie Experience.

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2019 Season Announced!

8 October 2018

Our Jan - Jun 2019 season is now open for public booking. Great seats from £14.50 - book today!

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SIT-Up Sunday: A Day Celebrating Two Award Winning Performances

28 September 2018


Park Theatre is to host two plays recognised by the SIT-Up Awards: a new award recently launched at the Edinburgh Fringe to reward and support theatre to achieve greater social impact. Standing for Social Impact Theatre, SIT-Up Sunday will offer a platform to two plays commended in their debut year: And Before I Forget I Love You, I Love You (5pm) by Pip Utton, and the 2018 award-winner Dangerous Giant Animals (7pm) by Christina Murdock on Sunday 28 October.

SIT-UP Awards Founder David Graham said:

“These two plays have been selected as they powerfully change attitudes and move their audiences. And that is the idea of the awards and SIT-UP Sunday at Park Theatre.”

Park Theatre’s Artistic Director Jez Bond said:

“Having been moved to laughter and tears at the Edinburgh Festival, I am utterly delighted to be giving an opportunity for a London audience to see these powerful, punchy and vital plays.”

Pip Utton, one of the world's foremost solo performers (Adolf, Churchill, Chaplin, Play-ing Maggie) delivers his moving and affec-tionate performance about the devastating effects of Alzheimer's in And Before I Forget I Love You, I Love You. Pip is famed for his skill in breaking the fourth wall and speaking directly to an audience, involving them in the emotions of his performance. Based on his personal experience of seeing his mother deteriorate and die with Alzheimer's and on intensive research, Pip's character takes the audience with him on a journey full of smiles, laughter, respect and tears.

Christina Murdock’s Dangerous Giant Animals is a darkly comedic show about finding your voice amid your sister's screams. Funny and daring, this new one-woman play explores how surreal, challenging, and remarkable disability in a family can be. Featuring divas and dinosaurs, this is a middle child story about growing up too soon alongside a sister who never will. The play won the 2018 SIT-Up Award at this year's Edinburgh Festival, was shortlisted for the 2018 Clean Break EdFringe Support Award and was selected for New York's United Solo Theatre Festival 2018.

Book Now for And Before I Love You, I Love You

Book Now for Dangerous Giant Animals

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Script Accelerator 2018 finalists announced

1 August 2018

And now with a drum roll….Congratulations to our finalists!


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Script Accelerator 2018 Shortlist Announced

23 July 2018

The following list are producers or theatre companies with their proposals who will be taken to the next round.


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Fabulous 5th Birthday Gala

13 June 2018

We had a wonderful time celebrating 5 years of Park Theatre with a 5th birthday gala evening. We were joined by our friends and supporters and a fabulous night was had by all! Take a look through the event images. 


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Time Credits at Park Theatre

6 June 2018

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting Spice Time Credits on selected shows as on June 2018.

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Jul - Dec Season Announced

9 April 2018

Park Keepers priority booking is now open! General sale opens Thursday 12 April, 10am.

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PRESSURE West End transfer announced

5 April 2018

David Haig’s critically acclaimed play PRESSURE will transfer to the West Ends’ Ambassador’s Theatre for a limited season from 6 June to 1 September 2018.

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The Revlon Girl Wins Offie Award

5 March 2018

Neil Anthony Docking wins Best New Play for The Revlon Girl. Shows at Park Theatre recieve 8 nominations!

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New Supporters Scheme Launched - Park Keepers!

17 January 2018

Fund us. Keep Us. Become a Park Keeper today and help keep this show on the road!

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We're going dark: 15 - 21 Jan 2018

12 January 2018


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Park Theatre awarded vital funding to secure the building

13 November 2017

Park Theatre has recieved £5,000 towards replacement of its alarm system from Theatres Trust, the national advisory public body for theatres. Five small theatres in London will benefit from the second round of the Theatres Trust London Theatres Small Grants Scheme. The awards have been made to theatres in need of immediate repairs, addressing accessibility issues and improving conditions for staff, performers and audiences.

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2018 Jan - Jun season announced

16 October 2017

Artistic Director Jez Bond today announces Park Theatre’s new Jan - Jun 2018 season. Priority booking is now open for Park Theatre friends for 3 days. General booking opens 10am Thursday 19 October.

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Park Theatre Wins Accessibility Award

29 September 2017

Achievement In Creating Accessible Theatre Award to be awarded to Park Theatre from the West End Wilma Awards 2017.


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Script Accelerator Finalists Announced!

30 August 2017

The final six producers for Script Accelerator 2017 have been announced, along with two runner ups who will each be awarded a full day workshop.


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Script Accelerator Shortlist 2017

15 August 2017

We are pleased to release the short list of producors for our script accelerator programme. The level of competition this year was incredibly high, so a huge thank you to all that submitted and good luck to everyone in the next stage!

Script Accelerator 2017 Shortlist

  • Abbigale Duncan
  • Alex Brown
  • Amy Blakelock/Paradox Theatre Co
  • Asia Osborn/Beth Eyre
  • Will Adolphy & Flux Theatre Co
  • Emma Murton/NorthSee Theatre Co
  • Flavio Graff/Zero Open Studio
  • George Warren/ Metal Rabbit
  • Natasha Chandra/Namashkar
  • Oliver Bennett
  • Unbound Productions

For more information about Script Accelerator, and to apply to be a mentee, click here

Producers will be announced by 6pm on 29th August, so please watch this space!

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City Bridge Trust funding for Park Theatre

15 August 2017

We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a three-year grant from the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust. This is to fund our accessible performance programme, install evacuation chairs throughout the venue to support disabled patrons, implement adaptations to our website and integrate access training throughout our organisation, to offer a warm and inclusive welcome to everyone visiting Park Theatre.


“This is a theatre that was built to be enjoyed by as many people as possible, both in Finsbury Park and beyond. With help from the City Bridge Trust, we can continue supporting D/deaf and disabled audiences through to 2020.” Jez Bond | Artistic Director 


David Farnsworth, Director of City Bridge Trust, said:

“The Trust is delighted to be able to support this vital work enabling D/deaf and disabled Londoners to access performances at Park Theatre. We firmly believe that the arts should be fully accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances.”


Thank you City Bridge Trust from all of us at Park Theatre.



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Ian McKellen Trailer - Watch Now

14 July 2017

Over £275,000 raised for Park Theatre (a charity that receives no public subsidy) in one week through Ian's incredible donation of Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You and the support of everyone who attended.

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Ian McKellen Art Auction till 16 July

10 July 2017

There is still time to bid online on authentic, one of a kind artwork personally donated and signed by Ian McKellen.

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Ian McKellen Auction Now Live!

28 June 2017

Bid online to win tickets to see Ian McKellen live on stage along with stays in five-star luxury hotels (including The Dorchester, Claridges and May Fair), gourmet dinners and further theatre tickets.

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Cast announced for Joe Orton's LOOT

19 June 2017

Rising British stars Calvin Demba (Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award nominee, The Red Lion, National Theatre), Sam Frenchum (Private Peaceful, Grantchester) and award-winning Sinéad Matthews (Mrs Elvsted in Ivo van Hove’s Hedda Gabler, National Theatre), are to star in the 50th anniversary production of Joe Orton’s darkly comic masterpiece, LOOT.

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50's frivolity at our 4th Birthday Gala!

24 May 2017

Watch the video from the Park Theatre 4th Birthday Gala. A huge thank you to everyone who came out (and in style!) to support Park Theatre on 9 May at our 4th Birthday Gala performance of Madame Rubinstein. It was a fabulous star studded evening full of friends, glamour, champagne and cocktails. What more could we ask for - here's to the next 4 years! THANK YOU!

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