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Theatre review: The Dead Monkey

What do you do when you realise that the only thing holding your marriage together is a monkey – and then the monkey dies?

This is the slightly surreal question at the heart of The Dead Monkey, written by Nick Darke in 1986 and recently revived, ten years after his death, in a new production by Mongrel Thumb, directed by Hannah Price. 613 more words

Happy Things

Marathan Sham: An Audience with Jimmy Savile at the Park Theatre

Saturday 13th June 2015, matinée

Some have asked if the Park Theatre‘s new production of Jonathan Maitland’s play ‘An Audience with Jimmy Savile’ is too soon.   608 more words


£20 (or less) for tickets to An Audience With Jimmy Savile

The first play to interrogate the Jimmy Savile scandal has opened to critical acclaim at the Park Theatre, London.

Alistair McGowan gives a chilling portrayal of Savile in the production which runs from 10 June – 11 July 2015. 349 more words

Cheap Tickets

Theatre Review: Product, Arcola Theatre and Hurling Rubble at the Sun, Park Theatre

In the run up to the 10th anniversary of the London July 7th bombings, it’s inevitable that the day’s catastrophic events will be commemorated and analysed in art as well as in the media. 883 more words


Winnipeg's Slam Poetry Team 2015

Left to right: Julia Florek (alternate), Amber O’Reilly, Larysa Musick, Tharuna Abbu, Mike Johnston

Reid Dickie

Competition was stiff and the scores were incredibly close at the Park Theatre tonight as Winnipeg’s 2015 Slam Poetry team was distilled from the eight finalists. 120 more words


The Park Theatre's 100-year evolution

By Brenlee Coates (concert photos by Dwayne Larson)

The Park Theatre has been the Madonna of theatres in the building’s 100-year history – constantly reinventing itself. 661 more words

Smart Biz

Fans gather at Park Theatre to watch Winnipeg Jets face Anaheim Ducks

WINNIPEG — Ryan Gallinger knew ahead of time his son and daughter would be skipping school on Friday, but he was OK with that.

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