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Kill Me Now

Greg Wise returned to the stage for the first time in 17 years in the UK premiere of Brad Fraser’s dark father-son story Kill Me Now… 166 more words


“Muswell Hill” at the Park Theatre | Theatre reviews by Edward Lukes

A comedy of manners, Torben Betts’ play may strike you as not particularly original. Set at a middle-class dinner party, with more faux pas than food on offer, the action takes place (again predictably) in the kitchen. 129 more words


The bleakness of love: Closer, Donmar Warehouse/Kill Me Now, Park Theatre

They say that Park Theatre was deliberately constructed to resemble the Donmar. This month the programming oddly converges, with two savage relationship plays. The first is the revival of Patrick Marber’s 90s classic… 559 more words


Muswell Hill- Park Theatre, review ***

Slavoj Zizek quotes somewhere in his book Living in the End Times, that everyone loves a revolution- or pushes for one- as long as it is not in their backyard. 833 more words


Euthanasia - let's have a mass debate: Kill Me Now at the Park Theatre

Sunday 22nd February 2015, matinée

We’ve had some great experiences so far at the Park Theatre, so when we heard that they were going to be hosting a black comedy about disability and euthanasia called ‘Kill Me Now’, we felt strangely drawn to the idea of another visit. 613 more words


Rah Rah returns to Winnipeg March 11

Regina band Rah Rah is headed back to Winnipeg March 11 to wrap up their western Canadian tour. They’ll play the Park Theatre, where they last played in October of 2014. 14 more words