Frequently Asked Questions




Q. I’m in a wheelchair, where is the best place to sit/ book my seat?

If you have any access requirements please call us on 020 7167 6627 to discuss your needs and to book your tickets.

When Booking in Park200 Stalls Row A please mind the step.  Row B in the Circle is not suitable for those with mobility restrictions.

Q: Do you have a lift? How easy is it to get into the theatre?

We have a lift that accesses all floors and seating is available as soon as you enter the building.

Q: I was wondering whether you have disabled parking? I can only walk a very short distance and am not in a wheelchair.

There is some street parking in the area but it's residential so availability can be limited. Parking restrictions apply. You can be dropped off at the entrance of the theatre (right on the pavement); there are seats available as soon as you enter the building in the café bar. There is lift access you to all floors and the entrance to the auditoria is a short walk. Please ask our Front of House staff to assist you if necessary. Please contact 020 7167 6627 if you’d like advice on your booking. 

Q: Where’s the nearest step free access station?

The nearest stations with step free access are a bus ride away: Highbury & Islington, Tottenham Hale, Haringey Green Lanes. Please check Transport for London at for information.

Q: Are there discounts for carers?

Carers can get a complimentary ticket by calling the Box Office to book. People who are registered disabled must purchase a full price ticket. There are a range of prices available.  

Q: I’m hard of hearing do you have anything in place to assist me watching a show?

We do have audio headsets available please ask the Front of House staff when you arrive.

Q. Are you going to have signed or audio-described performances etc?

This is something we would like to have in the future and we’re looking into it.

Q. Where should I sit so there is space for my service animal?

Please contact 020 7167 6627 to discuss your requirements. Usually, in Park 200 you should sit at the end of a row in the stalls. Park 90 has flexible seating so it varies for each production.  The Front of House staff can assist you on arrival.

Q. Is the café bar suitable for pushchairs/ babies?

Yes, we are a family friendly building. We have a lift that accesses all floors and baby changing facilities in the disabled loos.  There are also high chairs available from the café bar - please ask the bar staff.


Q: Where is your Box Office?

We have a brand new box office on the ground floor. The box office desk opens 90 minutes before performances.
We also have a ‘ticket-any-till’ system that means you can buy your ticket and purchase any refreshments in the same transaction.

Q: How do I contact Box Office?

If you have any box office enquiries please call us on Tel: 020 7870 6876 or email

Q: When is the Box Office open?

Phone line operating Hours:
Mon 12:00 -17:00
Tue – Sat 14:00 – 18:00
The box office desk opens 90 minutes before performances.  Please bear in mind there may be a wait during peak times

Q: How do I book tickets?

Tickets can be booked online by going to and clicking on the relevant show - this is the easiest way to book.  You can also book over the phone by calling 020 7870 6876 or in person.

Q: What is the cost of tickets?

Tickets range from £14.50 to £25. Full details of pricing and discounts can be found on the right hand side of each show page on our website or in our Season Brochure. We have some concessions and we operate a Pay What You Can Scheme -  please see below for details. Occasionally we have one-off events that differ from these prices. Please check specific event details. 

Occasionally we have one-off events that differ from these prices. Please check specific event details. 

Q: What concessions do you offer (and what proof is required)?
NB: Concessions are not available in Park200 Band A Seats.

N Tuesdays 
Discounts available for our local N postcode residents (this does not include NW).
If you have not used this discount before, or provided proof of address in the last year, you will need to provide proof of current address (i.e. Utility Bill) in order to access these discounts. Once received we will update our records and the prices will become available to you on-line for a period of one year. [See Sending proof for Discounts]

The published concessions are available for those aged 65+.

Entertainment Unions
Discounts available for those in any of the following unions: Equity, BECTU, the Writers Guild, UK Theatre, ITC, Student or the Musicians Union. You will need to provide proof of membership (i.e. membership card or letter) in order to access these discounts. Once received we will update our records and the prices will become available to you on-line for a period of one year. [See Sending proof for Discounts]

Pay What You Can Scheme
Those on lower incomes can take advantage of PWYC on any matinee or any Wednesday of each production. Please ask for an application form (in person or via for the scheme and, once returned to us – if accepted – we will update our records and issue you with a membership card, making PWYC seats available to you for a period of one year. These will be bookable from one hour prior to the performance, in person only. One ticket per membership card. [See Sending proof for Discounts]

Subject to availability.

Sending proof for Discounts
You can pop in to Park Theatre with your proof of address or union membership or you can scan your proof and email to Terms and conditions are available on our website or in person on request. All prices and concessions are subject to availability and can be withdrawn at any time.

Q:  I can’t find the N postcode discount when I book my ticket online.

From March 2014 onwards this Resident offer is applicable to all 'N' residential postcodes on Tuesdays only. When you go to book a show online if you click on ‘Book Tickets’ for a Tuesday date, once you’ve chosen your seat you’ll be taken to the list of concession options and you can choose ‘N Postcode Resident’ from that list. 

Q: Can I purchase tickets with cash?

Yes, you can come to any of the tills on either the ground or 1st floor café bar and buy tickets with cash.

Q: I don’t have an email account/internet access - how do I buy tickets?

You can phone the box office, or come to the theatre to any of the tills on either ground floor or 1st floor café bar and book tickets with cash or credit card.

Q: What credit/ debit cards do you accept?

All cards are accepted apart from American Express and Diners card.

Q: How will I get my tickets – by post/pick up on day?

If you booked online or provided an email address when booking with one of our sales assistants you’ll have received an email confirmation – this is your ticket. You can print this off or bring it with you on your smartphone or tablet. If you do not have email you can collect your ticket from one of the tills in either ground floor or 1st floor café bar when you arrive for the show. Please bring the credit/ debit card you booked with.

Ticket Collection
Please collect tickets 30 minutes before curtain up.

We aim to operate a paperless system so all tickets are e-mailed to you.

The e-mail can be displayed on a smart phone or a tablet in order to gain access to the auditorium – alternatively you can print the e-mail and bring it with you. If you require tickets to be printed at the venue a 25p charge per ticket will apply at the time of booking. 

Q: Do you do a season discount if booking lots of shows at once?

We don’t offer a season discount.

Q: Is there a discount for Group Bookings?

This varies from show to show, please contact the Box Office.

Q: Do you do a season discount if booking lots of shows at once?

Currently we don’t do a season discount, but this is something we’re looking into for the future. You can find out more about any special deals and discounts online.

Q: Why are your tickets priced as they are?

We have spent a long time researching our ticketing prices and our commitment is to make tickets for our shows affordable. If you look at other theatres of comparable size and type we are very competitive in our pricing. We also expect an Open Book Policy of all companies that hire the theatre so that actors and production staff are paid. We do offer concessions and discounted evenings. You can find concessions for each show when you go into ‘Buy Tickets’ page.

Q: At what age do you have to buy a child a seat/ What is your Babes in Arms policy? 

Our licences specify that children of any age require their own seat and therefore a ticket. Regrettably, we have a No Babes in Arms policy.

Q: Do you offer Gift Vouchers?

We do not currently accept Theatre Tokens but do have our own vouchers which you can purchase as a gift. Why not also consider buying someone a Friend Membership. We also offer the opportunity to Name a Seat.

If you just want to buy them a ticket, you can purchase a ticket in your name and give a print out of the email confirmation to them. This is at the purchaser’s own risk.

Q: When do tickets go off sale for a show?

Tickets go off sale at 7pm on the night of the performance - 30 mins before performance. If seats are left people can purchase tickets at one of the tills in the café bar.

Q: The show I want to see is sold out. Is there any way I can get a ticket?

We hold a small number of day seats on sold out performances, these will be released for sale on the day of the performance, the time of release may vary and the seats will be sold on a first come first served basis, on-line only.


Q: I can’t remember my password for purchasing tickets online?

Please contact the Box Office who will verify your patron number and re-issue a password to

Q: I’ve lost my ticket / email confirmation?

Don’t worry. When you come to the show you can ask one of the bar or box office staff to print your ticket for you. Please bring the credit/ debit card that you bought the ticket with. 

Q: I / someone in my party can’t make the show I booked tickets for. Can I get a refund/ leave the ticket for someone else to purchase then you re-imburse me? 

Q: I booked the wrong show/ night please can I have a refund?

Q: Can I return/ exchange my ticket?

We don’t do refunds, exchanges or returns on available shows as stated in our Terms and Conditions. We do not offer any refunds or exchanges after purchase. If tickets are returned to us, and we are able to accept those returns on sold out performances only, the tickets will be returned for immediate sale and will be bookable on-line.

Q: I’m trying to book a ticket but it says I can’t because it’ll leave one seat on the end of the row?

OOur box office system doesn't like leaving single seats at the end of the row. Move further in and it will work fine.



Q: I’m interested in donating/ I’m interested in corporate sponsorship can you tell me more?

Fantastic, thank you so much. You can find out about the various ways to support the theatre on our website here. You can also call or email Dorcas Morgan our Development Director who will be delighted to hear from you.

Q: I’m a Great Friend / Wonderful / Best Friend and would like to book my tour with the Artistic Director.

We now regularly schedule Walks in the Park with Jez Bond. Dorcas Morgan our Development director will contact you with an invitation.

Q: I’m a Wonderful /Best Friend, how do I redeem my champagne reception offer/ complimentary tickets?

Please call or email Dorcas Morgan our Development Director to arrange your complimentary tickets. Dorcas Morgan our Development Director will contact you to invite you to a Friends Champagne Reception.

Q: What is ‘Sign the Wall’?

This was a fundraising initiative when the theatre was being built. We have now completed our first signing wall and will be offering opportunities from May to contribute to our second signing wall to celebrate our first birthday. To register your interest, please email Dorcas Morgan our Development Director.

Q: Can I still ‘Name a Seat’?

We would be delighted to hear from you if you want to name a seat for yourself or someone else.  This costs £750. . To name a seat please email Dorcas Morgan our Development Director.



Q: I’d like more information on the education / classes you are offering?

Q: I’d like to book a class.

Please email stating which class you are interested in.

Q: What are your term dates ?

Please click HERE to be directed to the page.

Q: I’m interested in work experience/internships – what do I need to do?

Thanks so much for your interest in doing work experience at Park Theatre. It's great to hear from enthusiastic, young people who are keen to get involved with us.

Please contact Amy on with some details about yourself and the dates that your work experience placement has to be and she will check our schedule for availability and get back to you as soon as possible. In the meantime, do sign up to our mailing list if you haven't already (via the website), this way you will hear all our news. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter @ParkTheatre and don’t forget our Theatre Dog, Hazel @ParkTheatreDog.

Q: I would like to make a Schools Booking. How do I do this?

Please contact with your enquiry, stating the production, preferred date and expected number of students. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: Can I book workshop for my school?

We can offer show-related (and other) workshops so please contact with your request and we will send you details.



Q: I’m interested in hiring the Morris Space for a private event / party.

We don’t host parties in the Morris Space as the space needs to be availble for rehearsal, community and theatre related hires. However, our Café Bar can, from time to time, host parties. Please email  with as much detail as possible about the type of event, dates, times, expected number of guests, food and drink requirements etc. Then we will respond with availability and a quote as soon as possible.

Q: I’m interested in hiring the café bar for a private event / party.

Please email café with as much detail as possible about the type of event, dates, times, expected number of guests, food and drink requirements etc.

Q: I’d like to hire one of the spaces for a show/ event. Please can I come and have a look at the space?

A: Of course, but please note viewings of the theatre spaces MUST be booked in advance. If you have specifically technical questions this will also have to be at a time when the Technical Manager is available. Please contact with your details.



Q: When are your shows on?

Evening performances run Tuesday-Saturday. (Park200 usually starts 7.30pm and Park90 at 7.45pm. Matinees are on Thursdays and Saturdays (Park200 usually at 3pm and Park90 at 3.15pm). Please always check the shows on the website as occasionally start times do vary. There are sometimes one-off performances on Sunday and Monday evenings. Please check the website for details.

Q: How long is the show?

Please see the individual show page on the website for approximate running times.  If it’s not stated here please call the box office. When we have a new show about to start we may not know the running time until the day of the performance.

Q: How do I find out about the next season?

Future seasons will be announced via our newsletter and social media. The best thing to do is sign up to our mailing list (on the website), and follow us on Facebook and twitter to be the first to hear all our news.  

Q: Is xxx show going on tour? Where can I find out about the tour?

If a show is going on tour it will be announced on the show page and our social media.



Q: What is the address of the theatre?

Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, London, N4 3JP.

Q: How do I find the theatre?

From Finsbury Park tube station (Victoria & Piccadilly Lines and National Rail) take the Wells Terrace exit. The theatre less than a 30 second walk, on your left, straight up the road.

You can also travel to Finsbury Park by buses W3, W7 and 210 which stop 50m away from the theatre.

Q: Please can you tell me the opening hours for the Cafe/Bar?

The cafe bar is currently operating during the following hours:

Monday to Friday – 8am 'til late

Saturday – 9am 'til late

Sundays – 11am  -  closing time can vary dependent on activity in the building. 

*Please note that the Cafe Bar will be closed on occasional Mondays when necessary, due to technical needs of incoming and outgoing productions.

See more here.

Q: Is there parking?

The theatre doesn’t have its own car park. There is some street parking in the area but as it's very residential, availability can be limited. See details here.  

We're practically next door to Finsbury Park tube station, by the Wells Terrace exit. So if you are able to take public transport, that's advisable. Just exit to Wells Terrace and walk straight up the road, Park is on your left a 1 minute walk away. 

Q: Do you have disabled parking available?

As above. If you are  a blue badge holder? If so, you can park there for free. Our local council info on disabled parking is here.

Q: Can you please tell me if your shows are indoors or out?

All shows take place inside. We have two performance spaces, Park200 and Park90. For more information about the spaces see here.

Q: Do you have lost property?

If you think you’ve lost something whilst still at the theatre please let the Front of House Staff know and they will assist you. If you’ve left the theatre please contact the Box Office with your contact details and details of what has been lost and they can check if anything has been handed in/ make a note for reference and get back to you if it’s found.

Q Do you have a cloakroom?

No. Please try not to bring large, bulky, valuable items to the theatre. There is space underneath seats in the auditoria for a medium sized rucksack/ large bag.

Q: I’d like a tour. How do arrange I do this?

Please email our front of house manager on if you’re interested and we’ll let you know the dates and times.  There is a suggested donation of £3 per person.



Q: What food does the café bar offer?

The Café Bar serves light food at the café - focaccia, freshly-made sandwiches, pastries, soups (all fresh daily) and a selection of nibbles. Drinks: There is a wide range of teas, coffees, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. View the menu here.

Q: Where nearby can I go for dinner before/after the show?

You can Google “Restaurants near Stroud Green Road, N4”

Some of our favourites are:

Fine Dining:

  • Season Kitchen: Modern British Fine Dining. Address: 53 Stroud Green Road, London, N4 3EF.  Tel: 0207 263 5500 (5 mins walk from the theatre)
  • Osteria Tufo: Fine Italian Dining. Address: 67 Fonthill Road, London N4 3HZ. Tel: 020 7272 2911 (3 mins walk from the theatre)

Casual Dining:


  • Dotori: Korean/ Japanese. Address: 3 Stroud Green Rd, London, N4 2DQ. Tel: 020 7263 3562 [Three minute walk away]
  • My Cottage Cafe: Lebanese. Next door to Park Theatre. Address: 10 Clifton Terrace, N4 3JP. Tel: 020 7272 6343
  • Pasta Remoli. Three doors down from Park Theatre. 
  • Street N4: Burger and burritos. Two doors down from Park Theatre.
  • Exeter Street Bakery: sourdough pizzas. Corner of Morris Place and Stroud Green Road. [Less than one minute walk away]
  • Pizzeria Papagone:  Italian pasta and stone baked pizzas. Address: 131 Stroud Green Road, N4 3PX. Tel: 020 7263 2114 [Six minute walk away]
  • Cats – Café Des Artistes: Thai. 79 Stroud Green Road, London N4 3EG. Tel: 020 7281 5557 [Five minute walk away]
  • Petek: Turkish. Address:  94-96 Stroud Green Road, London, N4 3EN. Tel: 020 7619 3933 [Five minute walk away]
  • La Porchetta Pizzeria: Italian.147 Stroud Green Rd 0207 281 2892 [Six minute walk away]
  • Front Room Cafe: {stops serving food at 5pm} 158 Tollington Park Road, London, N4 3AD. Tel: 020 7263 890 ([Five minute walk away]