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A-Z Guide on Park Theatre London

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Park Theatre in London stands as a significant cultural landmark, having established itself since its inauguration in 2013. Devoted to presenting a varied array of compelling productions, it showcases classic plays, revivals, and new works by emerging playwrights. Boasting two performance spaces, Park Theatre offers an intimate and immersive atmosphere, promoting a strong connection between performers and audience members. With a steadfast dedication to artistic excellence and a capacity to captivate and challenge, the theatre remains an essential contributor to London's vibrant theatre scene.

Venue Details

Address: 13 Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP, United Kingdom

Opened: 2013

Seating Capacity: 290
Performance space 1- Park200: 200
Performance space 2- Park90: 90

Now Playing At The Park Theatre

Practical Information


Accessible Seating: Park200 features two wheelchair spaces, each with dimensions of 170cm in width and 110cm in depth. Additionally, Park90 has one designated wheelchair position.

Accessible Performances: Each season, Park Theatre offers a variety of accessible performances, such as Captioned, Audio Described, Relaxed, and Dementia Friendly Performances. Large print scripts and cast lists are available upon request. Headsets are available on request.

Accessible Washrooms: Accessible toilets, each equipped with baby changing facilities, are available on both the ground floor and the first floor.

Parking: Street parking is available in the vicinity, but given its residential nature, availability may be limited. Please be mindful of parking restrictions.

Lifts/Ramps: The lift provides accessibility to all the front-of-house areas, except for the mezzanine.

Available Facilities

Toilets: There are toilets availble on each floor of the Park Theatre.

Foyer: Park Theatre features an inviting foyer space where patrons can unwind, socialize, and gather before or after performances. The expansive foyer frequently showcases art displays, creating a vibrant and social atmosphere for visitors.

Bar: Park Theatre offers a bar area where guests can partake in pre-show and interval refreshments.

Baby Changing Stations: Changing stations are available on the lower ground and first-floor washrooms.

Handy Tips

  • Reaching Early: Park Theatre box office and online portals are open to everyone for buying tickets. Book your tickets in advance to watch the shows.
  • Accessibility: For visitors who need special assistance, it is advisable that they inform the venue in advance for a smooth experience.
  • Dress Code: There is no official dress code for the people visiting the Park Theatre, except for the ones who perform on stage. Visitors are free to wear anything they feel comfortable in, however, they are mostly seen in smart casuals.
  • Food and Beverage: There is an enticing range of bars, cafes, and restaurants within and around Park Theatre for you to grab a drink and a bite before and after the shows.
  • Outside Food and Drinks Policy: Small amounts of sweets, snacks, and soft drinks are allowed during performances (no glass). Outside hot food, alcohol, and hot drinks are not allowed. Please be considerate of others and use provided bins for rubbish.
  • Recording Policy: Capturing and recording, without the use of flash, is permitted only for specific parts of the shows. However, commercial sales of the recording are strictly prohibited.

Getting There

Tube: Finsbury Park is conveniently situated on the Victoria and Piccadilly lines, including the new weekend Night Tube service, with a mere 5-minute commute from Kings Cross and an 11-minute journey from Oxford Circus.

Bus: Finsbury Park is well-connected by regular bus services from various locations, including Camden, Highgate, Hampstead, Islington, Muswell Hill, Stoke Newington, and more.

Train: Finsbury Park is a brief 9-minute journey from Old Street and 11 minutes from Moorgate. Our location provides convenient access to areas in Hertfordshire, with just a 25-minute commute from Hitchin and a mere 35 minutes from Welwyn Garden City and Hertford North.

Restaurants near Park Theatre

1. The WB Yeats: The ultimate destination offering a straightforward seasonal menu and an extensive selection of beers, wines, and cocktails—all served in a distinctive Irish style.

2. Osteria Tufo: Savor daily rotating Italian dishes, including a selection of varieties of pizza, at a restaurant that features outdoor seating.

3. The World's End: Experience live music, sports, delectable dishes, and more, all just a brief stroll from Finsbury Park Train Station.

4. Palmyra’s Kitchen: Palmyra's Kitchen presents vibrant and fresh flavors of Syria and Lebanon through its Middle Eastern cuisine.

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