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From author Bruce Norris comes 'Clybourne Park', a satire about the politics of race and prejudice. Get 'Clybourne Park' tickets now.

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What to expect

This Tony and Olivier Award-winning play is one to watch out for this year with author Bruce Norris at the helm. It also won Pulitzer Prize for Drama in the year 2011. After sell-out shows in the West End and at the Royal Court, 'Clybourne Park' is back in London with a brand new production. Learn about real estate, prejudice, and the politics of race in this satire from Bruce Norris. The play is directed by Oliver Kaderbhai and with this production of the jaw-dropping comedy, you are sure to laugh your hearts out. Book 'Clybourne Park' tickets now and take part in this community showdown of two different instances. Sit on a roller coaster ride with the tragic death of the son of a family and then a debate regarding race and real estate.

About 'Clybourne Park'

What is 'Clybourne Park' about?

'Clybourne Park' is a comedy play that is a satire about real estate and the politics of race. After successful runs at the West End and the Royal Court, 'Clybourne Park' is back in London with a new interpretation of the play.

The story is set in 1959 when Clybourne Street sees a new black family buy a property in the dominantly white region. The story is however reversed when after 50 years, in 2009, a white couple buys the same property that the black family lived in. However, things have changed and the area is a black neighbourhood now. Both cases see community showdown which makes us ask the question: has nothing changed after 50 years? The story discusses racism, gentrification, and the evolution of people over so many decades.

The story follows Russ and Bev S and their sad story. Russ and Bev S had a son named Kenneth. Unable to cope with the tragic death of their son, the white couple sold their property to a black family, which was the first in that neighbourhood. The family moved away to the suburbs. This situation of black people in a dominant white area sparked some debate amongst the community. 50 years went by and now the situation has reversed in the neighbourhood. It is significant as it is loosely based on events that happened in Chicago.

David Adkin and Trish Wadley Productions bring this show to you in association with Park Theatre. Bruce Norris is a playwright and actor from the United States and this play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2011. This Tony and Olivier Award-winning play is directed by Oliver Kaderbhai with an exceptional cast.

What age is 'Clybourne Park' suitable for?

The recommended age for 'Clybourne Park' is 14+.

How long is 'Clybourne Park'?

The duration of the play is two hours 20 minutes, which also includes an interval.

Who is in the 'Clybourne Park' London cast?

The cast of Clybourne Park includes Michael Fox as Jim/Tom, Andrew Langtree as Karl/Steve, Aliyah Odoffin Francine/Lena, Richard Lintern as Russ/Dan, Imogen Stubbs as Bev/Kathy, Katie Matsell as Betsy/Lindsay, and Eric Underwood as Albert/Kevin.

Join the community at the venue in London and enjoy this satire. Get 'Clybourne Park' tickets for Park Theatre London now.

Who is the team behind 'Clybourne Park'?

The writer of this exceptional play in Park Theatre is Bruce Norris. Other members of the creative team include Oliver Kaderbhai as the director, Christianna Mason as the associate costume and set designer, James Turner as the set and costume designer, Will Tonna as the sound designer, Alex Lewer as the lighting designer, John Page as the production manager, and Lucy Casson as the casting director.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'Clybourne Park' being performed?

The address of the venue is Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP, United Kingdom.

Did you know that the venue of the show, Park Theatre in London, actually started because of Melli Bond, the Creative Director, and Jez Bond, the Artistic Director? They took help from local residents, the press, and some important people in the theatre world (like Alan Rickman) and booked an office block just beside the Finsbury Park Station. This was in 2010.

How do I get to Park Theatre?

If you choose to travel by car to Park Theatre in London, take the A4200 and A503 to reach the destination in the shortest possible time.

Finsbury Park Train Station and Finsbury Park Tube Station are both minutes away from the theatre in London.

Finsbury Park bus stop is the nearest one from the theatre in London and just a minute away.

Where can I park near the Park Theatre?

You can park your car near the venue in the adjacent streets in London, but the parking is metered.

Where are the toilet facilities at the Park Theatre?

There are many toilets in the London theatre. Two accessible toilets can be found on the first floor of the venue and on the lower ground floor.

Is Park Theatre accessible?

The theatre is accessible. You will find wheelchair spaces in the theatre with two in Park200 and one in Park90. Assistance dogs are allowed.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular restaurants in the area are My Cottage Cafe, Pasta Remoli, Tenmaru, German Doner Kebab, and Osteria Tufo.

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