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Review Round Up: The Burnt Part Boys, Park Theatre

This European premiere production is directed by Matthew Iliffe and follows the story of a group of teenagers living under the shadow of a tragic mining accident. 337 more words

Shows Leaving London: August 2016

Sadly there are shows that are closing in the capital, so here is your final opportunity to catch them while they are in the city… 415 more words

Dirty Catfish Brass Band

One of Winnipeg’s best party bands was back at the Park Theatre last week. The ‘Dirty Catfish Brass Band‘ were releasing their newest EP ‘Big Shiny Brass’ to help kick off their summer tour.

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NEWS: Park Theatre to Present World Premiere of This Little Life of Mine

Stage Traffic Productions in association with the Park Theatre will present the world premiere of the new musical drama at the Park Theatre for a limited season.  243 more words

Review - Some Girls - Buckland Theater Company at Park Theater

I’ve been watching Neil LaBute plays since 2008, when I first saw one in the form of Fat Pig at the Comedy Theater. His use of naturalistic language and creation of characters that were fully believable – and extremely American – was a joy for me to see. 783 more words

TRH Review: Some Girl(s)

Originally published on The Reviews Hub

Awarded 3.5 stars – Cleverly interpreted

Men. Most of the time we are a fairly idiotic gender. We bumble through life, often not thinking about much other than the next girlfriend, the next beer, the next sports match. 588 more words


Too Little Too Late: A Cautionary Tale | Some Girl(s) by Neil Labute (Park Theatre)

Guy is about to get married, and he is doing the unthinkable: travelling around the country to visit his ex-girlfriends and ensure that his slate is wiped clean before he joins his life with another for the rest of his days. 1,309 more words