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Park Theatre

There’s a certain point at which two single men living in a houseshare crosses the line from chummy to tragic – let’s call it...

As I waited for Warheads to start, I tried to think of any theatre I had seen before that could be considered even slightly...

Best known for his 1980 book A People’s History of the United States, historian Howard Zinn was a lifelong civil rights activist. Drawing on...

Jumbling together a selection of micro-plays from Tony award-winning writer Christopher Durang, The Actor’s Nightmare is as shallow and disordered as any dream. Putatively...

Despite the fact that there are around 30,000 Vietnamese-born residents in the UK (rising to around 55,000 if you include the second-generation diaspora), Tuyen...

Inspired by her mother’s experiences growing up in a large Italian-American family, Meghan Kennedy’s play Napoli, Brooklyn (set in 1960 and performed Off-Broadway in...

Few crimes are more despicable than those that exploit the elderly. Shockingly, more than 450,000 people over the age of 66 suffer abuse from...

A two-day event to showcase deaf and disabled actors to casting directors and theatre bosses is being held in London. The Park Theatre is hosting...

In 2016, as the Tory party grappled with David Cameron’s decision to hold a Brexit referendum, Boris Johnson invited Michael Gove to dinner. Their...
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