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Clifton Terrace, London, N4 3JP
Clifton Terrace, London, N4 3JP
The View from Nowhere
Opens Jun 27
Opens Jul 12
Opens Jul 26
The Revlon Girl
Opens Sep 19
Opens Sep 27
June 27-July 22, 2017
Chuck Anderson presents a world premiere drama that combines scientific ethics and racial prejudice in a co-production with Random Thoughts Limited. When a black male biochemist discovers a dangerous carcinogenic agent in a leading brand of herbicide, he tries to raise the alarm. However, vested interests in both the brand and against himself for his perceived inferior status from his white superiors inevitably means that he has a fight on his hands to uncover the truth - whatever the consequences.
July 12-August 12, 2017
Kevin Elyot’s Twilight Song makes its long-awaited world premiere this summer, as part of Park Theatre's 2017/18 season. Directed by Anthony Banks, Elyot's final stage work succeeds his hugely popular and acclaimed comedy drama My Night With Reg, which won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 1995 and the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy the previous year 1994. This bittersweet yet funny tale traces a series of secret liaisons throughout one family over the course of 50 years.
July 26-August 19, 2017
Certainly not for the squeamish (we're putting it out there now that no rabbits are harmed during this production), this sinfully black comedy by Skins writer Joe Hampson explores the slow disintegration of a marriage - and the shocking lengths one will go to to revive their sex lives. Susan lives a sad and lonely existence, despite being married to Frank, who has a weird obsession with hats. Susan also has a pet rabbit; Frank has a diabolical plan to use said rabbit to rev up their love life - but will it all go to plan?
September 19-October 14, 2017
2016 marked the 60th anniversary of the horrific Aberfan tragedy in Wales, where the catastrophic collapse of a colliery spoil tip due to excess water swept through the town and killed 116 children in their classrooms. This touching new play follows the mothers of those lost children eight months on, as they meet up weekly at their local hotel to grieve, talk and even laugh without being shamed. One day, they secretly arrange for a makeup rep to visit them to give beauty tips. This is their story.
September 27-October 28, 2017
Premiering at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in 2016, this timely and politically explosive play highlights the need for measured discourse in a world dominated by fear-mongering and hateful rhetoric. Using the infamous Rivers of Blood speech by Enoch Powell as a jump-off point, we follow the effects it had years after, through the eyes of a mixed-race woman in Britain, an Oxford academic and daughter of a Caribbean immigrant, who found that the polarizing speech shattered her childhood. And now she wants answers.
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