All The King’s Men
  • West End

All the King's Men bring their five star, sellout tour to London's West End&

AtKM's astonishing vocal colour and arresting, creative choreography has thrilled audiences across the globe, earning them an international reputation, from South Korea to Moscow and the USA.

The group's success reached new heights last summer, when they became runners up on BBC One's brand new singing show, 'Pitch Battle!', performing for millions of people at home alongside stars such as Seal, Chaka Khan, and Joe Jonas.

The only British a Cappella group to have reached the finals of the International Championships of Collegiate A Cappella in New York City three times, All the King's Men made another first for British vocal music when they travelled to Russia to play the Moscow Music Festival last April, a memorable tour they hope to make tradition as they head back out there this coming May.

The group's 2017 Edinburgh Fringe saw them sell out 21 consecutive shows, and their latest music video was honoured with four nominations and two commendations at the 2018 LA A Capella Video Awards.

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