The Garden of Words - Park Theatre

The Garden of Words Tickets

Park Theatre
Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
Running Time TBC
Running Since Wed, 15 July 2020
Booking Until Sat, 15 August 2020
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday 15:00 -
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 15:00 19:30
Sunday - -

Common Tags & Searches

Limited Run Drama
Important Information
Latecomers may not be admitted

More about The Garden of Words

Based on the stereotype-defying anime of the same name, The Garden of Words is a subtle drama inspired by modern Tokyo tale which comes from the ancient Man’yoshu poetry. The story tells us of a chance meeting when a student and an older woman meet when both seeking solace in a Japanese garden. They are drawn together by the feeling of alienation they otherwise feel and just when they think that this friendship could save them, a truth is about to be uncovered, and this friendship just might ruin them also. This play explores invisible disability and the loss of human connection in a world that is now predominantly digital and the isolation it can cause. It also challenges the moral line between platonic and romantic longing and forces us to consider a lot in what is a real eye-opening but subtle drama. This adaptation delves into Makoto Shinkai’s visually emotive story and brings it to life via puppetry, movement and projections. It will be performed in English with some Japanese.

Why book The Garden of Words Theatre Tickets with us?

We are the official ticket partner to The Garden of Words playing at Park Theatre. We strive to offer The Garden of Words theatre tickets at best price. With our interactive seat plan you can easily choose your favourite seats and our flawless secure payment system ensures a hassle free checkout process for The Garden of Words theatre tickets booking.

Park Theatre

Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
View Seating Plan
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’.