Cathy Conneff to star in 21 Round For Christmas at Park Theatre

Cathy Conneff is to star in 21 Round For Christmas at London’s Park Theatre this December.

The upcoming new production of Toby Hampton and Matthew Ballantyne’s piece runs from 6 – 23 December in the Park90 theatre.

The Off West End Awards-nominated one woman play, which arrives at Park Theatre following acclaimed runs at the Hope Theatre and Bridge House Theatre, is a comical and chaotic one-woman show about memory, friendship and regrets.

Christmas means different things to different people. It’s love, it’s family, it’s corporate exploitation – take your pick. This year, however – for Tracy Sullivan at least – it’s absolute chaos!

She has 21 hungry guests to cook for: and this one won’t eat turkey, that one insists there has to be some. They don’t like carrots, they don’t like sprouts, he’s on a diet, she’s gone keto, he’s gluten free, she can’t eat dairy, the mother-in-law has gone vegan and she doesn’t love her family.

Written by Toby Hampton and Matt Ballantyne, the production is directed by Toby Hampton with creative producer Tanya Truman, production manager Laurel Marks, sound design by Emily Rose Simons, lighting design by Alex Forey, assistant director by Ella McCormack and stage manager Summer Keeling

Director and co-writer Toby Hampton said: “I’m certain this show is going to be a joyous Christmas feast! Tracy is a such a lovely character that we can all see within ourselves and her story is being brought to life by a brilliant creative team – I can’t wait to get cooking with them all!”

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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