Brill Productions in association with Park Theatre present
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Directed by Clive Brill
Due to the nationwide lockdown imposed from 6 January 2021, we have taken the decision to postpone all scheduled performances of Corpse! New dates will be announced once restrictions are eased and bookers for Corpse! will be contacted at that time by our box office team to update their booking. We hope to see all bookers when new dates are announced, but alternatively, bookers can call the box office on 020 7870 6876 to request a credit note or refund.
It’s time for a warm welcome back to Park Theatre with another chance to catch the side splitting farce Corpse! After closing early due to the pandemic in March 2020, the ‘ingenious’ Corpse! returns to Park90 for a trial run of socially distanced, laughter fueled performances. Starting the New Year with unbridled hilarity and jolly good fun to lift the spirits of anyone missing their usual comedy treat this Christmas.
Please read our regularly updated Visitor Safety Advice to find out more about your visit to Park Theatre. We have updated our refunds and exchanges policy to give customers greater flexibility and confidence when booking.
'Clive Brill's direction is ingenious' ★★★★ The Islington Gazette
'A triumph' ★★★★★ London Theatreland Audience
'It will absolutely delight fans of farce and dark comedy' ★★★★ Everything Theatre
'Paul Kemp's well-worked, haplessly confused Major does deliver some laugh-out-loud moments' ActDrop
'Truly skilled design, several magical moments, and some skilled comedy' LondonBoxOffice
'A romp!' The Reviews Hub
Evelyn Farrant - actor - is exceedingly poor.
Rupert Farrant - his twin - is excessively rich.
There seems to be only one solution. Evelyn must kill Rupert and inherit his wealth.
The time: the eve of Edward VIII’s abdication speech.
The reluctant accomplice: Major Ambrose Powell
The essential grumpy landlady: Mrs McGee.
The likely prospect? Macabre comedy mayhem....
We’re delighted to give audiences one more chance to catch the revival of this brilliant comedy thriller which has had successful runs in the West End, Broadway and has played across the globe.