Tickets for Monster are available now!
You will not want to miss the world premiere of Monster, a stunning new show about love, identity and random acts of violence. Monster comes to London’s Park theatre for a limited run this summer so be sure to book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.
Abigail Hood’s Monster
We find ourselves in a desolate playground in Glasgow in 2006. We meet troubled teenagers Kayleigh Grey and Zoe Douglas. The two teens play dare, flirt and dream of running away and living together on the tiny Isle of Muck.
Miss Hastie is a teacher and although she has been cautioned to steer clear, she finds herself unexplainably drawn into the two girl’s magnetic field of chaos. When Kayleigh’s mother tries to keep her daughter under her manipulative control the result is far different and much worse than anyone would ever have imagined.
With a small cast of 6, this compelling new contemporary play examines a person’s need for love and the powerful forces that lurk behind random acts of violence. How much control, if any, do we truly have over who we are and what we will become? Is our future defined by our past? Is it possible to leave past mistakes behind us, to truly forget the people we once were and start over again? Are we damned to be haunted, hounded and hunted by our pasts forever?
The Veritas Theatre Company and Kepow return to London’s Park Theatre with this new production following the successes of their previous shows in 2018 and 2019 Spiral, Beneath the Blue Rinse and The Answer.
Cast and Creatives of Monster at Park Theatre
Monster was written by Abigail Hood whose previous work includes Spiral and Dangling. The show is directed by her husband and Spiral director Kevin Tomlinson. The show is stage-managed by Jaimie Wakefield whose previous credits include Small Change, Rachel and La Cenerentola.
The Park Theatre cast of Monster will be announced in due course.
Monster tickets are on sale now!
Do not miss your chance to see the world premiere of Monster at the Park Theatre, tickets are available for this limited run. Book now whilst availability lasts!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 16+.
Running time2h including an interval
Performance dates27 July - 20 August 2022
PLEASE NOTE: This production has unreserved seating.