Mark Ludmon reviews the UK premiere of Bock and Harnick’s musical Rothschild & Sons at Park Theatre
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Award-winning ensemble simple8 have reimagined one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century to bring E M Forster’s A Passage To India to the stage. This co-production with the Royal and Derngate, Northampton will be presented at the Park Theatre from 20 February to 24 March 2018. This question at the heart of A […]
While it may poke fun at these values, Daisy Pulls It Off at the Park Theatre doesn’t pretend to be anything other than a lot of jolly good fun.
What Shadows is a seriously meaty play, full of challenging ideas, brought to life through a strong cast and Roxana Silbert’s well-paced direction.
While Twilight Song lacks the power of My Night With Reg, it is an enjoyable piece of drama that sharply portrays people – both gay and straight – who feel trapped by their circumstances and seek an escape that risks making their misery even worse.
Casting has been announced for Michael Fentiman’s 50th Anniversary production of Joe Orton’s classic dark comedy Loot playing at the Park Theatre from 17 August – 24 September 2017. Joining the previously announced rising British stars Calvin Demba (Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award nominee, The Red Lion, National Theatre) and Sam Frenchum (Private Peaceful, Grantchester) […]
Maybe that is because there are no grey areas, making The View From Nowhere’s tone of frustration and anger one that is fully deserved.
Kathy Burke is to direct the World Premiere of Sam Bain’s new comedy drama The Retreat at Park Theatre from 2 November to 2 December 2017. Luke, a former high-flyer from the City, is sitting in a remote stone hut halfway up a mountain in the Scottish Highlands. He is on a meditation retreat, searching […]