Tag Archives: King’s Head Theatre

The Long Road South ♥ ♥ ♥

THE KING’S HEAD THEATRE, ISLINGTON. The Civil Rights movement forms the backdrop for this tetchy family drama from Paul Minx.   The love and care devoted to teenager Ivy by a servant – and an unpaid one at that – … Continue reading

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F*CKING MEN ♥♥♥♥

THE KING’S HEAD THEATRE. This tender, brutal and highly charged account of sexual encounters returns in an extended run. Arthur Schnitzler’s play about a sexual merry-go-round, La Ronde, was written in 1897 and despite being an instant hit, selling an … Continue reading

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THE FLANNELETTES ♥♥♥

THE KING’S HEAD THEATRE, ISLINGTON. Bitter truths emerge in this uncompromising production, based in the confines of a Yorkshire women’s refuge. Business is brisk in the women’s refuge run by Auntie Brenda in a Yorkshire village that still bears the … Continue reading

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TRAINSPOTTING, King’s Head Theatre, Islington ♥♥♥♥

The bliss and misery of heroin addiction are painted with equal honesty in this adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel. Trainspotting is a loud, challenging and entirely uncompromising story about people most of us would rather ignore. And in the confines … Continue reading

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THE DIARY OF A NOBODY ♥♥♥

King’s Head Theatre, Islington. Charles Pooter’s diary of 19th century suburbia is brought to life in this energetic and chaotic adaptation. Rough Haired Pointer are a young and exuberant company, and their latest production is a take on a comic … Continue reading

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