All the King's Men
  • West End

All the King's Men are a world-renowned, award-winning, all-male a cappella group based in the heart of London. Covering music from Dua Lipa to Chaka Khan, the group challenges the boundaries of traditional a cappella with their innovative arrangements, exceptional flair, and sensational choreography. After yet another sell-out run of their five-star show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, All the King's Men are returning to Leicester Square Theatre for the second consecutive year with another phenomenal hour of new music.

They gained national recognition when they finished runners-up on BBC1's Saturday prime-time TV show Pitch Battle in 2017, working and performing alongside stars like Gareth Malone and Bebe Rexha. The group's world-wide fan base has allowed it to tour the globe, performing in the United States, South Korea, France, Italy and Russia, where, shortly after their last performance at Leicester Square Theatre, they placed third at the 2018 Moscow Spring A Cappella Festival.

Their internationally acclaimed albums and videos have made them the most nominated British group in a cappella award history. With a unique image and a striking presence on stage, All the King's Men routinely deliver performances which are truly at the cutting edge of contemporary a cappella. With a spectacular opening set from the multi-national a cappella champions Aquapella, this show promises to be no exception.

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