I’m delighted to say that I’m already booked to go back and have another session with Tick Tick BOOM!, and its fascinating aesthetic conundrums, later in the run. It is the kind of production that rewards such attention.
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Margolyes is all stillness and urgent rouge-et-noir power; her delivery like acid etching a design on copperplate. Barber speaks with that magical voice that sounds like oloroso mixed with double cream and sprinkled with Pyrenean truffle. Every second in their company is like reading a gorgeous glossy magazine that you just can’t put down.
With a twisting plot and strong characters, Chinglish leaves you laughing but aware of an inevitable chasm of difference between the two cultures that means something will always be lost in translation.
Jonathan Larson’s Tick, Tick… Boom comes to the Park Theatre in May 2017 starring Chris Jenkins, Gillian Saker and Jordan Shaw. Tick, Tick… Boom is an autobiographical rock musical that details Jonathan Larson’s life prior to his big break with Broadway blockbuster Rent. Susan wants to get married, move out of the city, and away […]
The production of A Clockwork Orange is a kind of Berkoff ballet, true to the spirit of the source material, but imprinted with an originality that will stay with you after the play ends. If you like your theatre muscular and direct, this is the show for you!
Action To The Word’s award-winning all-male production of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange will return to London for a limited season at the Park Theatre from 14 February 2017. An electrifying and testosterone filled physical theatre horror show that exquisitely captures and transcends the spirit of Anthony Burgess’ original literary masterpiece, A Clockwork Orange lures […]
Casting has been announced for the World Premiere of Raising Martha, a dark comedy by award-winning writer David Spicer, playing at the Park Theatre from 12 January – 11 February 2017. Gwyneth Keyworth (E4’s Wasted, Game Of Thrones) will play ‘Caro’, Julian Bleach (co-creator and MC of Shockheaded Peter, Dr Who) will play ‘Roger’, Tom […]
The joy of the play and the original text comes from the inverted morality of Screwtape’s world, where good is bad and sinning is applauded.