Are you a theatre enthusiast and are planning a trip to London? The city will not disappoint you. London’s theatre scene is popular all over the world and there is a reason why. From awe-inspiring musicals to cutting-edge experimental theatre, London is a theatre lover’s paradise. While the London West End is famous for its theatres, you can explore more local artists and shows in more parts of London. A thriving number of small and independent theatres in the city offers great places to see new and amazing talent, one of which is the Park Theatre.
If this excites you and you wish to explore a different side of London’s theatre scene, then this is the place for you. A stay at the opulent Montcalm Royal London House is perfect for experiencing London’s extraordinary theatre scene at the all-new Park Theatre in Finsbury Park. Nestled in the heart of the city, the hotel is just a short walk from Park Theatre and offers all the amenities you need to relax and recharge after a day of magnificent shows.
So, read on to know more about this hidden gem in London and book your tickets ASAP!
About Park Theatre
Park Theatre is a vibrant and exciting new theatre located in Finsbury Park, London. It was founded in 2013 by artistic director Jez Bond and creative director Melli Marie, who wanted to create a theatre that was accessible and affordable for everyone. Located only moments away from your hotel in the city of London, the theatre has an intimate feel to it and is the perfect place to see one-of-a-kind experimental theatre work.
Park Theatre has a reputation for producing high-quality performances and has won numerous awards, including the Off West End Theatre award for Best New Play. Additionally, Park Theatre also hosts a variety of events, such as workshops, talks, and readings that you can look out for. The theatre is home to three fully air-conditioned performance and rehearsal spaces, each with its own unique character.
- Park200 is the theatre's largest space, with a capacity of 200 people. The auditorium is two-tiered and is the perfect space for large-scale performances, such as musicals and plays.
- Park90 is a more intimate space, with a capacity of 90 people. The flexible design of Park90 allows it to be configured in a variety of ways, making it ideal for a wide array of performances.
- The Morris Space is the theatre's smallest space, with a capacity of up to 20 people and holds workshops and rehearsals.
Getting to Park Theatre
If you are staying in an ideally located hotel near Old Street Station, you can easily get to Park Theatre by taking the Victoria or Piccadilly line to Finsbury Park Station. There are also regular bus services to Finsbury Park from Camden, Highgate, Hampstead, Islington, Muswell Hill, Stoke Newington, etc. so you can opt for that too at your convenience.
Be it a night of out-of-the-ordinary theatrical entertainment or a cultural experience in London, make sure to include Park Theatre in your itinerary. And don't forget to explore hotel packages in London to make your visit to this thriving theatre destination even more memorable.