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The Marilyn Conspiracy

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3 2 reviews from 2 verified reviews
  • Booking until: Saturday, 27 July 2024
  • Running time: 2hr 30min. Incl. interval.
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The Marilyn Conspiracy in London

On Wednesday August 1st 1962, seven people gathered at Marilyn Monroe’s home to celebrate her new $2m two-picture deal with 20th Century Fox.

At 04:30 the following Sunday 5 August, herapparent suicide was called in to the police and was reported as a drugs overdose. But the truth is far more shocking: She was found unconscious by her housekeeper the night before at 22:35, and subsequently died at 23:40, all after a late visit from a very important guest...

The same seven people then regathered in her home on Saturday night - and yet her death was only reported nearly 5 hours later.

What did they talk about?

In this powerful, new, meticulously researched thriller co-written by Vicki McKellar and Olivier Award-winning West End and Broadway director Guy Masterson (9 Circles, Park Theatre), all the facts are revealed, lies exposed, the myths debunked, and the shocking truth of what happened in those missing 5 hours is laid bare on stage.

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Captioned - Wed 17 Jul 19.30

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The Marilyn Conspiracy Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Saturday, 27 July 2024

  • Running time:

    2hr 30min. Incl. interval.

  • Age restrictions

    Ages 14+.

  • Important Information

    This production contains strong language, sexual references, references to suicide and murder, themes of consent, sexual abuse or sexual violence.

  • Cancellations & Refunds

    Once booked, tickets to The Marilyn Conspiracy are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

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West End Performance

Absolutely stunning play in such an intimate theatre with amazing acting which draws the audience in as if you are part of it. Do hope they can take this to the West End so the masses can enjoy this wonderful performance.

K Reviewed on 29 June 2024 by
Billericay, United Kingdom


Lines being read from an Ipad

Probably the worst production I have seen. Avoid st all costs. They were reading their lines from Ipads on stage.

L Reviewed on 22 June 2024 by
London, United Kingdom

28 Jun
Stuart King

Review: THE MARILYN CONSPIRACY at Park Theatre

by Stuart King | Friday, June 28 2024, 07:11

An empty bottle of 50 Nembutal barbiturates, prescribed just a few days before Marilyn Monroe’s death in August 1962 aged just 36, was largely accepted at the time, as the means of her suicide or cause of an accidental overdose. Medical examiners pointed to a lack of a manicure and pedicure to suggest the actress no longer cared about her usual glamorousness — a sure sign of her unstable and potentially volatile mental state!

Susie Amy as Pat Newcombe and Genevieve Gaunt as Marilyn Monroe in the Marilyn Conspiracy. (c) NUX Photography Susie Amy as Pat Newcombe and Genevieve Gaunt as Marilyn Monroe in the Marilyn Conspiracy. (c) NUX Photography

Review: THE MARILYN CONSPIRACY at Park Theatre