Clybourne Park

Park Theatre, Finsbury Park
Clybourne Park
Park Theatre, Finsbury Park

A timely 10th anniversary production of this razor sharp satire about the politics of race and real estate, winner of both the Tony and Olivier Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for author Bruce Norris.

In 1959, Russ and Bev are moving to the suburbs after the tragic death of their son and have sold their house to the neighbourhood’s first black family.

Decades later, the roles are reversed when a young white couple buys the lot in what is now a predominantly black neighbourhood, signalling a new wave of gentrification. In both instances, a community showdown takes place – are the same issues festering beneath the floorboards fifty years on?

It's 1959 and a black family have purchased a property on the inherently white Clybourne Street. It's 2009, and the same property is being rebuilt by a white family in the now black neighbourhood. In both cases uproar ensues. Clybourne Park is an outrageous satire that discusses the effects of gentrification, racism, and the evolution of community throughout time.

Previews from |
25th March 2020
Opening date |
30th March 2020
Booking from |
8th July 2020
Available until |
2nd May 2020
Closes |
2nd May 2020
Bruce Norris
Oliver Kaderbhai
Zia Bergin-Holly
Will Tonna
James Turner
James Turner
Cast list:
Michael Fox, Imogen Stubbs, Eric Underwood, Alisha Bailey, Maddy Hill, Andrew Langtree and Richard Lintern

Park Theatre Venue Information

Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
Venue Box Office:
020 7870 6876
Nearest tube:
Finsbury Park

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Clybourne Park
Michael Fox and Imogen Stubbs to star in Clybourne Park revival
Friday, 31 January, 2020, 09:57
Initial casting for the revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Clybourne Park has been named, with performances at the Park Theatre from 25th March. The upcoming production will mark the play’s tenth anniversary, which went on to win both the Olivier and Tony Award for best play. Bruce Norris’ play sees a couple in 1950s America move to the suburbs after their son’s death, selling their house to the neighbourhood’s first black family. The roles are later reversed 50 years...
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