Tag Archives: Park Theatre

Highly Strung: A Pupil at The Park Theatre

Saturday 24th November 2018, matinée To be fair, the publicity for this play does not offer a barrel of laughs. We are told that the story starts with a ‘disgraced former violinist’, Ye, preparing to take her life when she … Continue reading

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Writing wrongs: Honour at the Park Theatre

Saturday 27th October 2018, matinée (preview) We are always on the lookout for a new play at the Park Theatre, and when we spotted Henry Goodman as one of the cast members of ‘Honour’ we knew we would be in … Continue reading

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The Storm before the Calm: Pressure at the Park Theatre

Saturday 7th April 2018, matinée The English are famous for the pleasure they take in talking about the weather, a pastime which is often seen as trivial and a form of small talk.  In David Haig’s play, we learn about … Continue reading

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It’s got bite: White Fang at the Park Theatre

Saturday 16th December 2017, matinée Fans of Jack London’s book ‘White Fang’ might be wondering how on earth the Producers of this play have managed to stage it at the Park Theatre, being a the story of a Wolf told … Continue reading

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Pain is certain, suffering is optional: The Retreat at Park Theatre

Saturday 4th November 2017, matinée The problem with running away from your problems is that you can never escape from yourself.  In ‘The Retreat’, author Sam Bain has recognised a perfect opportunity for comedy and drama by writing a play … Continue reading

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Many Rivers to Cross: What Shadows at Park Theatre

Saturday 28th October 2017, matinée It is a brave author who makes Enoch Powell that central character in a drama.  Is this going to be an attempt to justify the famous ‘rivers of blood speech’ that ended Powell’s political career … Continue reading

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Found in Translation: Chinglish at the Park Theatre

Saturday 25th March 2017, matinée It’s hard to believe it was nearly four years ago that the Park Theatre first introduced us to the talents of David Henry Hwang, when they premiered his challenging and outrageously funny play Yellowface.  Since then … Continue reading

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