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A new original comedy about the life of King Richard 3rd by Jessica McDonagh
Add a drop of Monty Python, a dash of Blackadder and a sprinkle of Spike Milligan and you have a side- splitting, bizarre, unmissable comedy that is ‘Car Park King.’
Awoken from his Car park tomb go back in time and follow Richard as he tries to stop a curse and protect his two nephews from danger. Sound simple enough? Think again. From witches, human birds, flamboyant French kings, no nonsense policemen, murderers, salesmen, lizards, messengers and magical mushrooms. Richard’s journey won’t be easy…but it will be entertaining!
Running time: 80 minutes – please note there is no interval
Dine Out at the Bistro
Enjoy a relaxed pre-theatre themed dining experience in our Bistro before settling down to take your seats in the Theatre. Your Dine Out ticket includes a two-course meal from a set menu and your table will be automatically reserved for your party at 6pm. Please advise us when booking of any special dietary requirements. The Bistro is located in our beautifully restored Laundrama building (situated just across the road from the Theatre and next to the Rayrigg Road car park).
5 shows for £60
If you love theatre at the Old Laundry, why not take advantage of our special deal and see 5 shows for £60 – that’s just £12 per ticket! The shows include: Turn of the Screw (13/9, Shackleton’s Carpenter (18/9), Pamela’s Palace (20/9), Orlando (21/9) and Car Park King (22/11). Just pick one adult ticket for each show to automatically receive the discount! Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
“Horrible Histories for grown-ups” The British Theatre Guide.
“Died of laughter” Jessica Richards, Upstairs at the Western Programmer
“Bloody Hilarious” Impulse collective
Adult - £15
Friend of the Old Laundry - £14
Under 25/ Student - £7
Dine Out ticket (includes 2 course meal in Bistro @ 6pm) - £29.50
Old Laundry Theatre
- Crag Brow
- LA23 3BX
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