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Park Theatre

Jesse Briton’s new play A Pupil, tells the story of Ye, once a great violinist, now a jaded tutor, as she struggles with her...

Joanna Murray-Smith's play Honour, which received its British premiere in 2003 at the National Theatre, is about the nature of relationships. Journalist George suddenly ends...

Cleo, Eve and Aunty Winnie live together in London. They are all survivors of female genital mutilation – it is their wounds that led...

Jessica Staton was nominated in the design category of The Stage Debut Awards 2017 for Extra Yarn at the Orange Tree Theatre in London...

In Sharr White’s The Other Place, Juliana Smithton (Karen Archer) tells the story of her life: she loves spending time with her grandchildren, is...

Alex McSweeney’s Distance ties in with a new initiative at the Park in conjunction with MIND to introduce rehearsal practices to protect performers’ mental...

London's Park Theatre has partnered with charity Mind to introduce rehearsal practices to protect performers' mental health. The measures, which include daily mental health check-ins,...

Sheridan Morley once remarked that future productions of Jim Cartwright’s 1992 play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice could never be viable without...

Abigail Hood's play Spiral takes place against a jagged promenade in an anonymous seaside town. The seedy associations of such a milieu are taken to...
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