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Clifton Terrace, London, N4 3JP

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Clifton Terrace, London, N4 3JP

Upcoming Highlights

  • A Dark Night in Dalston

    Booking until Apr 01

  • Chinglish

    Booking until Apr 22

  • Madame Rubenstein

    Opens Apr 26

A Dark Night in Dalston

Until April 1, 2017

Eastenders and Corrie star Michelle Collins stars alongside Joe Coen (Bad Jews) in this world premiere black comedy that throws two people from very different backgrounds together, by chance. When Gideon, a young, observant Jewish man from the other side of town is attacked, the kind-hearted Gina insists on taking him into her flat and caring for his injuries, shielding him from his muggers in the process. However as dusk falls, the Sabbath comes into place, forbidding him from travel. As the night darkens and the two get to know each other, sparks fly - however there is one problem; Gina's bedbound husband is just next door.

Chinglish

Until April 22, 2017

A groundbreaking transfer from Broadway, this timely and politically relevant comedy-drama by Tony-winning playwright David Henry Hwang (the writer of M.Butterfly) explores the cultural barriers between America and China, with a completely bilingual cast that has been assembled after a gruelling four-month casting process. The second production of Hwang 's to be staged at the Park Theatre following the successful production of Yellow Face in 2013, Chinglish will be directed by Andrew Keates.

Madame Rubenstein

April 26-May 27, 2017

A world premiere new work starring Miriam Margolyes and Frances Barber, this fresh new comedy takes us back in time to one of the most glamorous feuds of the Fifties; and no, we aren't talking about Bette Davis versus Joan Crawford - this one takes place in the world of fine cosmetics! With a musical version currently playing on Broadway called War Paint, this infamous rivalry between Helena Rubenstein, Elizabeth Arden and Revlon has proved to be a gold mine of inspiration! Lipsticks at dawn are the order of the day - a comedy for beauty lovers everywhere.

LOCATION

Nearby Restaurants

Season Kitchen
0.16 mi away at 53 Stroud Green Road
Main £14 | Three course meal £20
Neighbourhood Restaurant: Modern British Cuisine

Nearby Hotels


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