Scéalta Móra presents

Warde Street

by Damien Tracey

Flashes of black humour have a hint of 'The Thick Of It'... the seeds are sown for a tension-fuelled second half.
​★ ★ ★ ★ WhatsOnStage

When a production has great acting, direction and script, what else matters? If you have not seen Warde Street, you must ask yourself why that is the case, and you should do that on the way to the Park Theatre Box Office; alternatively, if you have seen Warde Street, fantastic – when are you going again?
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ LondonTheatre1.Com

Nominated for three Off West End Awards:

Best New Play
Best Director – Jenny Eastop
Best Male Performance – Shane Noone


“What about those who are already broken? What about the likes of me, my whole life devastated in one single morning?”

Warde Street tells the story of Eddie, an ordinary man, whose life is ripped apart when his wife is killed in the July 7th 2005, London bombings.

Unable to join the masses as they return to their own version of normal, Eddie abandons London for his boy-hood home, Manchester, to heal and somehow start over. An unexpected encounter with his oldest friend, Ash, sets off a chain of events that will leave a sister fighting for the truth, a desperate father fighting for his freedom and the murky motivations of a career politician laid bare.

Scéalta Móra is delighted to be bringing this production to Park 90 after its triumphant 5 Star debut at the Tristan Bates in 2013. Warde Street will be directed by Jenny Eastop who joins the show straight from her Associate Director role on the West End Smash Hit Blithe Spirit. Warde Street is a heart stopping journey that examines the repercussions of unforgiveness, and the devastating effect it has on all who encounter it.

Please note a change to our usual performance schedule in that there is no show on Sunday 5th Oct but instead a Press Night on Mon 6th Oct.