Finlay Bain’s Living A Little is to transfer to the King’s Head Theatre for a limited season from May 6 to 14th 2017. This absurd comedy drama, filled with booze and obscenities, garnered exceptional reviews and standing ovations at both the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Vault Festival. With not a zombie in sight, we are […]
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This is thought provoking production, and is a vivid and valuable starting point for serious discussion and action
Following a season at the King’s Head Theatre in late 2016, 2 Become 1 returns by popular demand, and the girls have made the show even bigger and better, with new songs, new scenes and more comedy. It’s the late ‘90s – Titanic, Brad and Jen, Mr Big, Bridget Jones and Things Can Only Get […]
Oliver Reed: Wild Thing, a play by Mike Davis and Rob Crouch returns to the Kings Head Theatre from 10 – 28 January 2017. This one-man homage to renowned actor Oliver Reed returns following runs at the Edinburgh Festival, a UK Tour and a critically acclaimed London run. Join legendary hell-raiser Oliver Reed as he […]
2 Become 1 is a new pop musical which explores the impact of the sexual revolution of girl power and how the way men and women date has now evolved from it. It’s the late ‘90s – Titanic, Brad and Jen, Mr Big, Bridget Jones and Things Can Only Get Better, Jess has just been […]
If I had been wearing a hat, I would have taken it off to Amanda Muggleton. Although I didn’t find the character to be particularly likeable, Muggleton’s extensive monologue is animated and, imaginative.
Following three sell-out, critically acclaimed runs both at The Edinburgh Fringe and in London, The King’s Head Theatre production of F*cking Men will transfer to The Vaults in Waterloo for a 5 week run in November. F*cking Men is by Joe DiPietro (The Toxic Avenger, Memphis) and is inspired by Schnitzler’s classic La Ronde. The […]
While Adam Spreadbury-Maher’s version of Puccini’s La Boheme is original and beautifully sung, it struggles to capture all the magic of the original. A stronger libretto would transform this from a solid production to a must see.