Booking to 26 November 2022
This hilarious show returns to the Park Theatre for an extremely limited run
Pickle is a darkly comic uproarious simcha of a one-woman show about being Jewish and secular in the UK today. Expect smoked salmon, guilt and a large dose of self-deprecation. Pickle is written and performed by Deli Segal. Get tickets to Pickle today.
After a sold-out run at Park Theatre’s Come What May festival, Pickle returns to Park90 for a limited two-week run this November.
Pickle runs from 14 November 2022 until 26 November 2022 at Park Theatre, London.
What is Pickle about?
Here’s the shtick: Ari is caught between two worlds. Still living at home in North-West London, she has her Jewish life, dominated by overbearing parents, traditions, and expectations. Then there’s her day-to-day life – the job, the pub, the foreskins.
Written and performed by Deli Segal, Pickle is directed by Kayla Feldman and produced by Tanya Truman.
More about Deli Segal
Deli is a writer and actor from North London. She read English at Robinson College, Cambridge before training at East 15 Acting School.
She co-founded Write Her, Direct Her; a collective that supports women in the theatre, film and TV industry in 2019.
Theatre credits as a performer include: Ali & Dahlia (Pleasance Theatre); The River Runner (Streatham Space Project/Tour); Just Like Real Life (Latitude Festival); Mary’s Babies (VAULT Festival); I Have A Mouth And I Will Scream (Bunker Theatre/VAULT Festival); The Lady and the Unicorn (Yard Theatre); Acorn (Courtyard Theatre); After Penelope (The White Bear Theatre/RADA Festival/Rome International Festival); It Felt Like A Kiss (Punchdrunk/MIF).
Film credits include: Citizen of Nowhere (Short); The Outer Circle (Short).
Audio credits include: Doctor Who (Big Finish).
Writing credits include: A Drop of Ambition (Short); Ducks in a Row (5×5 Theatre Night/Et Cetera Theatre).
Pickle is her first full-length play.
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday
Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.
Please note this production contains: swearing, drugs references and sexual references.
This performance has a caption unit onstage operated to simultaneously display anything spoken or sung onstage, as well as information on sound effects and music. Captioning can be useful when strong accents are used or for people who speak English as a second language, as well as for Deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
Access: Captioned performance 23 November 2022, 7pm
Venue InformationPark Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, N4 3JP
Nearest Tube or Train: Finsbury Park (National Rail, Victoria Line, Piccadilly Line)
Nearest Buses: 210, W3, W10, 4, 29, 153, 253, 254, 259, N23, N253, N279