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Review: Madame Rubinstein @ Park Theatre

The life of Helena Rubinstein, one of the make-up industry’s first giants and a Jewish immigrant from Poland, and the story of her rivalry with Elizabeth Arden, seemed like a fascinating and unusual subject for a play. 339 more words


NEWS: 50th Anniversary Production of Joe Orton’s Loot to Play at Park Theatre

From the producers of the recent hit The Boys in the Band comes a new production of Joe Orton’s comic play Loot, arriving at the Park Theatre from the 17th August.  218 more words

News: A 50th anniversary LOOT-ing at the Park Theatre

From the producers of the recent sell-out hit The Boys in the Band comes another dark comedy: Joe Orton’s classic farce LOOT, voted Best Play of the Year in the Evening Standard Awards. 153 more words


Marius von Mayenburg's The Ugly One to be staged at Park Theatre

Buckland Theatre Company has announced casting for Marius von Mayenburg’s The Ugly One, the company’s third production at PARK90 at Park Theatre.

Staged ten years after it’s debut at the Royal Court Theatre, the acclaimed play will be directed by 2016 James Menzies-Kitchin Young Director Award winner Roy Alexander Weise and following his critically acclaimed production of The Mountaintop at Young Vic. 121 more words


NEWS: Casting Confirmed for the 10th Anniversary Production of The Ugly One at the Park Theatre

Full casting has been confirmed for the 10th anniversary production of Marius von Mayenburg’s The Ugly One, which arrives at the Park Theatre from the 1st June.  371 more words

Madame Rubinstein starring Miriam Margoyles & Frances Barber


WHERE: Park Theatre

WHEN: 28/4, runs to 27/5

Helena Rubinstein emigrated from Poland to Australia in 1902, with no money and little English, formed one of the world’s first cosmetics companies and became one of its richest women. 288 more words


British actor Tom Moutchi cast in new London theatre production 'Twitstorm'

BRITISH ACTOR Tom Moutchi was this week announced as one of the cast for new comedy play, Twitstorm.

Twitstorm, which will run from June 1 at The Park Theatre in London, is a  hilarious exploration of what can happen when the self-righteousness of social media gets out of hand. 100 more words

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