I’ve never been a huge theatre buff myself, but I can still sit back and enjoy a show, when given the opportunity. For a lot of non-theatre goers, I think the stigma is that you have to be a bonafide theatre fan or spend loads on a ticket to have a good time.
Since 2010, Park Theatre has endeavoured to make theatre an experience everyone and anyone can enjoy and afford. From traditional, classic stories to modern, newer works, the sheer diversity and breadth of shows is sure to capture the attention of even the most novice patron. Park Theatre is more than just a place to see a show, it’s a community hub, aimed at uniting the diversity of its locals.
Park Theatre houses two small theatres and one workshop space, where patrons can try their hand at various Creative Learning classes and events, designed to engage theatre skills and boost community involvement. True to their names, Park 200 houses 200 guests and Park 90 houses 90 guests, thus ensuring a super intimate and awesome experience, no matter the show.
For under 26 year olds, the deal gets even sweeter: £10 tickets to all Park 200 and Park 90 productions, as well as 10% off food and drink, all day everyday. This summer there’s a sweet line-up of different shows and one-off events: see what’s on.
Don’t forget to check out their Cafe Bar for their killer seasonal menu — it’s the perfect spot to pop in with a group of friends and they have a delightful breakfast menu! Winning all around.
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Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park
London, N4 3JP
Kelly is a Freelance Writer and Editor, yogi, foodie and culture enthusiast. After living in Italy, Germany, Costa Rica and London, Kelly decided to take an extended travel adventure, making her way around the world while documenting the places and people she meets along the way.