Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis Tickets

Play
Park Theatre
Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
Running Time 2 hours approx. inc. interval
Running Since Fri, 13 December 2019
Booking Until Sat, 4 January 2020
Monday - 19:45
Tuesday - 19:45
Wednesday - 19:45
Thursday 15:15 19:45
Friday - 19:45
Saturday 15:15 19:45
Sunday - -
Important Information
Suitable for ages 16+
Access:
Captioned
Thu 19 Dec 19.45
Audio Described
Thu 2 Jan 15.15 Touch Tour 14.00

More about Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis

But her favourite client Lionel insists on a birthday party and, knowing Josie’s a huge Elvis fan, invites a very special guest. Just as hips start swinging, somebody no-one expected arrives and skeletons come tumbling out of the closet…

Writer of Humble Boy (National Theatre) Charlotte Jones’ hilarious and heartfelt comedy about finding a place to fit in won the 1998 Pearson Best Play Award and, on its twenty-first anniversary, receives its first ever London production, from comedy specialists Signal Theatre Company.

Quirky and kinky, and with a rocking Elvis soundtrack, this sweet yet saucy celebration of life’s outsiders is the perfect ‘adults only’ alternative Christmas treat. (NB: is NOT a musical!)

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Park Theatre

Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
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Park Theatre is the brainchild of Artistic Director, Jez Bond, and Creative Director, Melli Bond, who – following a six year London-wide search for a building – discovered a vacant office block next to Finsbury Park station in 2010. Garnering support from the theatre community at large – including luminaries such as Ian McKellen and Alan Rickman, the press and, importantly, local residents they set out to raise the necessary funds to convert the tired concrete building into a thriving new theatre and beacon for the community. At a cost of just £2.6 million, the building, designed by David Hughes Architects, opened in May 2013 to rave reviews from the critics. Park Theatre's vision is for national recognition as a powerhouse of theatre for diverse audiences across London and the South East.

Park Theatre's mission is ‘to be a welcoming, vibrant home for the local community and beyond, providing world class entertainment that challenges perceptions and enables people to build a new tradition of theatre’.