Park tells the story of a typical Liverpool family, together on Christmas
Eve among the tinsel and fairy lights to celebrate the festivities.
But beneath the surface of their Christmas cheer are rivalries, arguments
and a secret. As the drinks flow, tongues loosen and a certain piece
of news threatens to tear the family apart.
Park was originally produced at the Everyman in 1975, with a cast
that included Julie Walters and Pete Postlethwaite. It was a sell-out
almost thirty years on, Willy Russells Christmas cracker is
back! Glen Walford, who had a huge success directing Educating Rita
last year makes a welcome return to this new production.
Liverpool cast has been assembled to perform the play. The nine-strong
company includes Pauline Daniels as Betty, Michael Starke as Syd,
Andrew Schofield as Ted, Neil Caple as Tommy, Joanna Monro as Reeny,
Sophie Stanton as Vera, Ray Newe as John, Stephen Fletcher as Tim,
and Annabelle Dowler as Sandra.
looks to be a very special show, so follow the details below to
get your tickets.
Park is at the Liverpool Playhouse between 11th December 2003 and
10th January 2004 at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £16, with concessions
£6, are available from the Box Office on 0151 709 4776.
are at 2pm on 20, 24, 27 and 31 December and 3 and 10 January.
BSL Signed Interpreted Performance of this production is available
on Fri 19th December with an Audio Described Performance on Monday
5 January 2004.
performances on Sundays or on 25, 26 December and 1 January.