A Single Man - Park Theatre

A Single Man Tickets

Park Theatre
Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
Running Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Running Since Wed, 19 October 2022
Booking Until Sat, 26 November 2022
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday 15:00 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 15:00 19:30
Sunday - -
Important Information
Age Restriction: This production is recommended for ages 16+.

Content: Contains themes of grief, loss and themes of a sexual nature.

PLEASE NOTE: Latecomers may not be admitted.

Access: There will be an Audio Described performance on Saturday 12 November at 15.00

More about A Single Man

It’s 1962 in the LA suburbs of California and George is living through one more day in his life. George struggles with grieving the tragic and unexpected death of Jim, his long time partner. The college professor is middle-aged, gay, and an Englishman so he’s a true outsider in every sense.

George is haunted by the spectre of his past life and love and cannot find a way to make himself move forward. We join him on his journey through a rather ordinary day, but a day that, for George, turns out to be like no other. 

Moving and sexy, A Single Man is a darkly humourous study of grief, love and loneliness that has been given a wry and compassionate retelling through Simon Reade’s stage adaptation.

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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’.