Tag: Theater

August 30, 2016

La Bohème | London

LA BOHÈME @King’s Head Theatre London

Dalston. East London. 2016.

Ralph clocks Mimi and it’s love at first sight. As their passionate affair heats up, romance turns to addiction, setting the couple on collision course with disaster. Will true love conquer all?

The King’s Head Theatre presents a radically different take on Puccini’s timeless classic La Bohème, in a brand new version by Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Becca Marriott. Expect laughter, tears and sublime music in an opera experience you’ll never forget!

Strictly over 16s only

Mimi – Becca Mariott

Rodolfo – Matthew Kimble

Marcello – Thomas Humphreys

Musetta – Honey Rouhani

From 31 August – 10 September Then 14, 16, 18 (3pm), 20, 22, 24, 25 (7pm), 28, 30 September 2 (3pm), 4, 7, 8 (7pm) October

Mimi – Stephanie Edwards
Rodolfo – Roberto Abate
Marcello – Tom Isherwood
Musetta – Caroline Kennedy
On 11, 13, 17, 18 (7pm), 21, 23, 25 (3pm), 27, 29 September 1, 2 (7pm), 5, 6, 8 (3pm) October

Join us on the 21st September for a special gala performance with drinks, canapés, after-show entertainment and the chance to meet the creative team. Tickets for this one-off event are limited.

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July 16, 2016

Sherlock Holmes | London

by Greg Freeman
Based on characters
created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Directed by Ken McClymont, Designed by Mike Leopold
Lighting by Jack Weir, Original Music and Sound by James Freeman

Holmes and Watson are called to a Gothic mansion to investigate a murder seemingly committed
by an invisible perpetrator.
As they probe into the mysterious lakeside drowning…
something startling emerges.

Sherlock Holmes and
The Invisible Thing

7 June – 16 July 2016
Tuesday – Saturday @ 7:30pm
Saturday Matinee @ 4pm
Sunday @ 2pm

No performances on Mondays.

There is no performance on Sunday 10 July.

Tickets £17/£15
£12 per ticket for groups of 8 or more

Thursday 9 June
Ticket includes complimentary drink and programme on arrival

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May 18, 2016

Strangers In between| London

21 Jun, 22 Jun, 23 Jun, 24 Jun, 25 Jun, 26 Jun, 28 Jun, 29 Jun, 30 Jun, 1 Jul and 13 more dates

at Kings Head Theatre

Shane is sixteen, cute and scared sh*tless. He’s just fled his home in rural Australia for downtown Sydney.  Adrift among the lonely hearts and heady thrills of King’s Cross, Shane attempts to navigate the troubled waters of his past toward a brighter future. 

The King’s Head Theatre presents the UK premiere of Tommy Murphy’s critically acclaimed drama of friendship, sex and escapism. With humour and sensitivity, Strangers in Between, offers an unflinching look at the highs and lows of being gay in modern Australia. 

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May 10, 2016

Wastwater | Tabard Theatre

@wastwater – Dress Rehearsal

4 May – 4 June 2016
Tuesday – Saturday @ 7:30pm

Tickets £17/£15

by Simon Stephens

From Simon Stephens, the award winning playwright of 
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
, comes Wastwater, from the same company of actors who brought last years Bluebird to the Tabard Theatre.

‘This is a terrific play…a smashing cast, faultlessly directed
and we’re lucky to have it at The Tabard.’
ChiswickW4.com on Simon Stephen’s Bluebird

Set within the shadow of Heathrow, three seemingly conventional yet fractured relationships are on the brink of monumental change. A mother and a son go their separate ways. Two lovers embark on sexual betrayal. A contractual arrangement takes upon a terrifying dimension.

Within these inextricably linked lives, Simon Stephens combination of black humour and emotional insight has crafted a play that combines agonising moments of terror with moving sensitivity.

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March 2, 2016

The Young Visiters | Tabard Theater

@The Young Visiters – Rehearsal

by Daisy Ashford
In a new adaptation by Mary Franklin
Daisy Ashford’s cult 1919 novel comes to the Tabard in a new adaptation
1 March – 26 March 2016

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February 3, 2016

Trainspotting | Kings’s Head London

@Trainspotting – Rehearsal

3 Feb, 4 Feb, 5 Feb, 6 Feb, 7 Feb, 9 Feb, 10 Feb, 11 Feb, 12 Feb, 13 Feb and 12 more dates

at Kings Head Theatre

The sell-out Edinburgh hit which Irvine Welsh describes as “shocking… and I wrote the f*cking thing!” is back!

After a 5 star critically acclaimed and sell out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and the King’s Head Theatre in London, In Your Face Theatre and the King’s Head Theatre’s production of Irvine Welsh’s cult, generation-defining novel Trainspotting is back before it tours the UK! This punchy, 75 minute production recaptures the passion and the controversy of the famous novel, then globally successful film, and repackages it into an immersive production – the audience are literally part of the show, including the notorious “Worst Toilet in Scotland” scene.

Both Edinburgh and London critics have praised the production highly, describing it as “utterly amazing” (London Theatre 1), “intense, funny, and moving” (Box Dust) and “bold, unique, and like nothing else you’ll see on stage” (Entertainment Focus). For avid fans this is a must, and if you’ve never read the book or seen the film: this is your ticket to a ride you won’t soon forget.

Ages 16+ Only

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December 6, 2015


@F*CKING MEN – Dress Rehearsal

F*cking Men

5th Dec – 9th Jan

at Kings Head Theatre

Due to popular demand, F*cking Men is back in this new production by Mark Barford.

The play is a moving portrayal of hunger and desire as it follows the erotic encounters of 10 men in their interconnected search for sexual satisfaction. Each scene in the play is a frank, candid and sometimes brutally honest depiction of the lustful transaction between two men. It is a loose adaptation of the 19th century play La Ronde in which pairings of characters are featured in scenes preceding and succeeding sexual encounters. It’s a structure that lends itself to strong characterizations and oodles of dramatic irony.

La Ronde is no stranger to controversy, having been originally banned until 30 years after being written for its depiction of sexuality, as well as to adaptation and interpretation, with modern versions including David Hare’s The Blue Room and Michael John LaChiusa’s musical Hello Again.

‘Fan-f*cking-tastic’ – ★★★★★, Culture Fly

‘an awesome slice of gay life’ – ★★★★★, LondonTheatre1
‘clever, hilarious and very poignant’ – ★★★★★, West End Wilma
‘moody and powerful’ – ★★★★★, Boyz Magazine
‘vibrant and unapologetically alluring’ – ★★★★, Entertainment Focus
‘a gem of a show’ – ★★★★, Plays To See
‘truly one of the most beautiful and inspiring plays I have ever seen’ – A Younger Theatre


Running time: 70 minutes, no interval

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November 24, 2015

Mr. Jeremy Irons | The Associated Studios

Associated Studios are thrilled to announce a public Masterclass with legendary actor Jeremy Irons.  This is the third masterclass Mr. Irons has given for us and the first time he will work with students from our Opera and Musical Theatre courses.

The Associated Studios Masterclass with Jeremy Irons

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September 8, 2015

Nobody’s Business | London

@NOBODY Business – Dress Rehearsal
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Sybil, much-married caretaker of a business centre, is full of ideas for escaping from her situation. When Hugo a manipulative adventurer launches a new business she inveigles her way in, getting herself appointed director of a company set up for Perkins an inventor, along with Hugo’s long-suffering artist girlfriend Imogen and Howard the manager of the centre whose significant other is his dog. With a woman in a kangaroo suit trying to sell an uncontrollable invention and a dog on the company board, what happens next is nobody’s business. Directed by John Adams. Written by Sylvia Freedman.

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