Tightly directed by Jessica Lazar with movement director Yvan Karlsson, this is an electrifying journey through East End life, as exciting as a rollercoaster ride on Southend Pier.
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What shines through in strangers In Between is tenderness, and this coming of age tale is steadfast in its honesty about life’s complications and how we struggle to escape the past, and our families.
Trainspotting Live returns to London in an immersive production at the Vaults following a pre-London tour. Book Now!
As the King’s Head Theatre prepares for its move to a new purpose built theatre space in Islington Square, they have announced that their sell-out productions of Puccini’s La Boheme and Tommy Murphy’s Strangers In Between will transfer to Trafalgar Studios 2 from 6 December 2017. Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Becca Marriott’s reinterpretation of Puccini’s classic La […]
Michael Hanratty and Timothy Harker have been announced as the principal cast in the upcoming stage debut of Consumables, a provocative new play at the Kings Head Theatre as part of their 2017 Queer Season. Rising star Michael Hanratty’s credits include Young Lucius in the sell out Arcola Theatre / Edinburgh Fringe show Titus Andronicus and Silvius in As […]
Final casting has been announced for the world premiere of Outlaws to In-Laws, seven one-act plays by leading gay writers dedicated to the struggles and joys of gay men connecting with each other over the last seven decades. From the darkest days of criminality to the legalising of gay marriage, the works by Jonathan Harvey, […]
The King’s Head Theatre today announces the full line-up for its 2017 Queer Season. Established in 2015, the Queer Season is a celebration of the most interesting and innovative LGBTQI+ theatre being created in modern Britain. To mark the 50th anniversary since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, this year’s season has been extended to 9 weeks, […]
There is, I think, somewhere, in the midst of all this nastiness, a rather interesting show struggling to get out, but it ain’t been found yet.