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Klook's Last Stand - Theatre Review

Klook’s Last Stand 

Park Theatre (Park90)

Reviewed on Friday 13th June 2014

Staged inside Park90, Ché Walker’s musical Klook’s Last Stand offers the audience an intimate look into the lives of two ordinary people living in Stockton, California. 316 more words


Chicken Shop - Theatre Review

Chicken Shop

Park Theatre (Park90)

Reviewed on Wednesday 3rd September 2014



The Park Theatre’s latest production is Anna Jordan’s coming-of-age tale Chicken Shop. The play tells the story of 16 year old Hendrix, a young boy living in Hounslow, who is bullied when the children at his school discover that his mother is a lesbian. 575 more words


The life of staff: Toast at the Park Theatre

Saturday 30th August 2014, matinée

Toast is, unsurprisingly enough, set in a bread factory in the seventies.  Well, the time is indeterminate, but we assume it’s the seventies based on the clothes and lack of health and safety compliance.   805 more words



Playwright Richard Bean is a busy man. His 2011 NT hit One Man, Two Guvnors has been seen all around the world and is still touring the UK, his new play Pitcairn opened in Chichester last night, heading for The Globe, and the musical adaptation of Made in Dagenham arrives in the West End this autumn. 363 more words


Actress Suzan Sylvester speaks to Theatrefullstop about starring in Crystal Springs at the Park Theatre!

It’s the end of the school day and all you want to do is go home and relax. You walk through the door where you are instantly greeted by your parent or guardian asking you how your day has been. 465 more words


Hey Presto Autumn Tour, Macbeth, and Man To Man

There are lots of exciting projects coming up, old and new. ‘Hey, Presto!’ continues it’s tour this Autumn, starting at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford on 6th September. 126 more words


Intimate Apparel - Park Theatre - review & thoughts

Do you ever read a review or description of a play and instantly know that you’ll love it?  This happens relatively rarely for me but it’s so enjoyable when it does.  1,233 more words