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Mother of Him by Evan Placey at Park Theatre 7 weeks only!
Evan Placey’s award-winning play Mother of Him comes to London’s Park Theatre for an extremely limited run. This powerful play about family and notoriety asks what it would take for a mother to stop loving her son. You won’t want to miss your chance to catch this gripping drama, book Mother of Him tickets now to secure the best seats at the best prices!
Award-winning play Mother of Him
Based on a true story, Mother of Him focuses on a family that could be like any other, children and a parent who could be like any other, but they aren’t. Brenda usually has plenty to manage between her professional life, getting 8-year-old Jason off to school and managing her eldest, Matthew. And now things are even more difficult to bear.
Matthew is her oldest boy. Matthew is on house arrest. Matthew is accused of truly heinous crimes. There are media camped outside and Hanukkah is fast approaching. Brenda struggles to hold her family together all whilst guilt is tearing her apart inside. A mother’s love is unconditional, isn’t it?
Mother of Him Cast and Creatives
Canadian playwright Evan Placey has won numerous awards including the 2011 Samuel French Canadian Play Contest Winner, King’s Cross Award for New Writing, and is the Tarragon Theatre’s RBC Under 30 National Playwriting Competition Winner. His other works include Holloway Jones, Girls Like That, Scarberia, WiLd!, and Consensual.
The show is set to star Tracy-Ann Oberman as protagonist Brenda Kapowitz. Tracy-Ann is probably best known for playing Chrissie Watts on EastEnders or for her work on hit comedies Friday Night Dinner and Toast of London. The actress also has varied theatre credits including multiple shows with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Present Language, Pack of Lies, and Pinter Six as part of the Pinter at the Pinter season.
This powerful and provocative drama is directed by Max Lindsay. While this marks his debut at Park Theatre, Lindsay and Placey have worked together numerous times. He has directed many shows at Nuffield Theatre and last year helmed the acclaimed Southwark Playhouse production of Angry.
Mother of Him tickets available now!
The Mother of Him Park Theatre run is extremely limited so be sure that you have secured your tickets to this taut family drama before it is too late. Tickets for Mother of Him are very limited and sure to be in high demand. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Age restrictionSuitable for children 16+.
Running time2hr (inc. interval)
Performance dates8 September - 26 October 2019
AccessThere will be an Audio Described Saturday 12 October 3.00pm with a Touch tour at 2.00pm
Strong cast, fantastic staging - loved it and saw it twice!
Faith Summers27th October
Very thought provoking and a wonderful performance.
Victoria Martin27th October
An extremely powerful play and a superb central performance by Oberman. The little lad who played Jason was astonishing, too. The script was excellent.
Tracy Ayles26th October
Mandie McGarry25th October
Veta Ferent24th October
Colm McElroy24th October
Though the subject matter was fraught, the acting was superlative all round - Ms. Obermann especially was tremendous. At the play's conclusion all the audience in my vicinity had been reduced to tears - due to the strong emotional pull which the acting exerted over it. The only negative - I always like a souvenir programme but was informed that none was available, it apparently having being sold out prior to last Saturday's performance!!
Sandra Gray23rd October
Great theatre in a easy location. Play was really interesting and kept my attention all the way through. Lots to think about.
cheryl hoy18th October
Excellent actors and a great story line. As a mother I could really relate to it.
Emma Stacey17th October
Great play, cool venue, seats a bit uncomfortable
Ann Scambler6th October
Mrs Barbara Freed30th September
Superbly acted...heavy, but always captivated my attention. Great performance by Matt Goldberg.