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Autumn/Winter Season

Park Theatre have announced new shows in their 2023 Autumn/Winter season which will explore a range of themes from cultural heritage to toxic masculinity as well as a variety of uplifting and comic work.

The venue also announces this year’s festive programme which is made of up two productions: 

  • The Time Machine – A Comedy, a fast-paced, wise-cracking adaptation of the H G Wells’ classic novel
  • 21 Round for Christmas -  A raucous and relatable one woman show about cooking Christmas dinner for an enormous family.

Newly announced for the Autumn, Park90 season begins with:-

  • Candy (22 Aug – 9 Sep) Edinburgh Fringe favourite,  from Reboot Theatre Company making its London debut. This one-man comedy drama explores identity & toxic masculinity.
  • The Nag’s Head (17 – 28 Oct) featuring original music from folk band Good Habits, and real paranormal accounts from rural England, to explore the story of three estranged siblings who return home after the death of their father.
  • Passing (1 – 25 Nov) shines a light on the biracial experience in modern day as Rachel desperately tries to hold on to her Indian heritage after her grandad falls ill.
  • Ikaria (28 Nov – 2 Dec) is presented on the Park90 stage in a punchy and thoughtful love story about finding salvation in someone else, while also exploring men’s mental health.

Kicking off the new year at Park Theatre is the UK premiere of the feel-good comedy that inspired the Netflix hit, Kim’s Convenience (8 Jan – 10 Feb), in Park200 and finally, Park Theatre are welcoming back Philip Ridley’s Leaves of Glass (16 Jan – 10 Feb) to Park90 after its sell-out success and critical acclaim earlier this year by long time collaborators,Lidless Theatre.

Further Information: Park Theatre