**POSTPONED until further notice due to the developing Coronavirus/ COVID19 situation**
Due to the developing Covid-19/ Coronavirus situation, with deep regret, Park Theatre London has announced it has closed operations as of the 17th March and all remaining shows are POSTPONED indefinitely.
We apologise for the short notice & inconvenience. Ticket holders, please wait for a member of the Park Theatre box office team to be in touch in the coming days or weeks. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
We are devastated by the news, but remain beyond excited about the production: we can't wait to bring this world premiere stage adaptation based on the Anime from renowned director Makoto Shinkai (your name.) to life as soon as the situation allows.
Everyone's health is top priority, but it's going to be such a tough time for the theatre industry, artists and everyone across the world. Our hearts go out to all of you. We are so grateful for the journey so far.
So, we would like to make a few big thank yous:
- Thank you to all those who have supported us and bought tickets so far - we hope to see you at the theatre in the near future!
- Thank you our wonderful producers in both the UK and Japan for their never-ending support: Shuang Teng, Nelke Planning and Gorch Brothers.
- Thank you so much to the excellent team at Park Theatre London for being such a wonderful host so far.
- Thank you to our fabulous creative team for their extraordinary work and commitment thus far: Mark Choi, Polly Clare Boon, Mei Mac, Cindy Lin, Andy Brunskill, Jimmy Grimes, Nicola Chang, EM Williams, Emma Martin, Rebecca Pitt, Flavia Fraser-Cannon & Mobius Industries
- Thank you to everyone who auditioned for us.
- Thank you to the amazing company of performers and the rest of the team who we have yet to be able to confirm yet for obvious reasons, we are nonetheless so grateful to and excited to work with you in future.
Whenever it happens, The Garden of Words stage production is a going to be an amazing Anglo-Japanese project. In times of crisis, our mettles are tested but people will come together to stay strong for and support one-another. All our love goes out to not just the wonderful people we have the very great pleasure to work with on this project, but to everyone affected by this.
Let's get through this together.
Please take care everyone, stay positive and stay safe!
--- The Whole Hog Team ---