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The Weatherman must end 14 September. Book your tickets now!

Last Chance to see The Weatherman at London’s Park Theatre!

The World Premiere of Eugene O’Hare’s The Weatherman must end 14 September. This disturbing new show has been nominated for 3 Off West End Awards so tickets are in high demand. Book The Weatherman tickets now to secure your seats to this haunting new production before it is too late. 

Eugene O’Hare’s The Weatherman

There is a storm coming and tomorrow’s forecast is getting more and more bleak. 

Beezer and O’Rourke share a scuzzy flat in London, they are social outcasts and they are having trouble scraping enough money together for the rent. The only thing keeping them going is the vicious banter of their dysfunctional friendship. 

When their sketchy landlord presents a solution that seems too good to be true, the men have trouble turning him down. What could be the harm in taking care of a package? Just take care of it for a few months and don’t worry about the rent, heck, he’ll throw in some spending money. Doesn’t sound too bad until it turns out the package isn’t a package so much as a person. 

How will the duo deal with selling out at such a price and what will happen as their consciences become laden? It feels like a storm is blowing in…

Cast of The Weatherman

The Weatherman features Mark Hadfield (Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Road, The Libertine) with Alec Newman (The Motherf**ker with the Hat, Uncle Vanya). They are joined by David Schaal (The Inbetweeners, Hetty Feather, Frontier) and Cyril Nri (The Barbershop Chronicles, Hamlet, Our Country’s Good). The cast is completed by Niamh James who makes her professional stage debut in this production. 

Tickets for The Weatherman available until 14 September

This gutwrenching show tells a story we might rather not hear, but we should hear nonetheless. The Weatherman must end 14 September so be sure to book The Weatherman tickets now to guarantee you’ll see this stunning show before it leaves London’s Park Theatre.