The highly anticipated revival will be staged at the Park Theatre in London. Grab your The Shape of Things tickets today to avoid missing out on this wonderful piece of theatre. American playwright, screenwriter, film director and actor, Neil LaBute is the author of The Shape of Things. LaBute is known for his works like, In The Company Of Men, The Shape of Things — starring Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz, and The Mercy Seat. He was one of the recipients of the 2013 Arts and Letters Awards in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The play is produced by Trish Wadley and directed by Nicky Allpress — Romeo & Juliet at Southwark Playhouse, Crackers at Polka Theatre. Pete Butler — Shut Up, I'm Dreaming designed the set and costumes. Luke Newton from the famous show Bridgerton plays Adam and Amber Anderson from Peaky Blinders plays Evelyn.
The play is set on a college campus in small-town America. The story follows Adam, a geeky college student who gets pulled into a chaotic affair with Evelyn, a fellow student majoring in art. Adam starts to take better care of himself with Evelyn's counsel, and he rapidly acquires a sense of confidence. Everything appears to be going smoothly until his closest friends' engagement starts to fall apart, which sets off a drama that reveals the inner workings of two contemporary couples. Book your The Shape of Things tickets now to watch the drama unfold.
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Booking Period: From 24 May 2023 to 1 July 2023
Park Theatre is the vision of Artistic Director Jez Bond and Creative Director Melli Marie who managed to raise sufficient funding to transform the concrete building into a thriving new theatre venue, gathering support from the theatre community including stalwarts like Ian McKellen and Alan Rickman, the media, and, most importantly, residents in the area. The structure, constructed by David Hughes Architects for £2.6 million, opened in May 2013 to excellent acclaim from reviewers. It is located near Finsbury Park station, not far from the West End.
Seating Capacity: 200
Address: Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP, UK
Tube: The nearest tube station is Finsbury Park.
Bus: 4, 19, 29, 106,153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, N19, N29, N253, N279, W3 & W7 (Finsbury Park)
Available Facilities: Cafe, Bar, Toilets
Accessibility: Accessible Toilets, Assistance Dogs Allowed, Wheelchair Spaces Available
Security: Please be aware that for your comfort and security all audience members will be subject to security checks upon arrival at the Park Theatre.
Dress Code: Smart and casual wear or semi-formals are recommended. Keep in mind, that most London theatres are air-conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Outside Food: Most theatres do not allow outside food inside the theatres but most of them also have a café or restaurant inside the premises or nearby.
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The Shape of Things opens on 24 May 2023 at Park Theatre.
The Shape of Things is suitable for children of 14 and above.
The Shape of Things is playing at Park Theatre in London and opens on 24 May 2023.
The running time of The Shape of Things is to be confirmed.
The Shape of Things is a play about friendships, relationships and art.
The main stars of The Shape of Things are Luke Newton from Bridgerton as Adam and Amber Anderson from Peaky Blinders as Evelyn.
There is no specific dress code for London theatres. However, it is prudent to dress in semi-formals or smart casuals and something comfortable. Carry a light sweater or a jacket as the theatre can get a bit chilly.
No, outside food is not allowed while attending The Shape of Things. Most theatres do have a cafeteria or bar inside the premises where you can get snacks and drinks.
Park Theatre has multiple facilities including bar, cafe, and toilets available for the audiences during The Shape of Things.
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre. Some theatres do have a souvenir shop from where you can purchase pictures of stills of the show.
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