Agatha Christie’s The Rats - one of her perplexing shorter plays in all its intrigue and deceit.
The Kings Head Theatre is once again offering multiple seasonal shows for their audiences to enjoy.
Two strangers trapped in a room.
Balancing work and love is a struggle, but what if your job is killing people? A hitwoman is trying to reconcile these two aspects of her life.
I went in expecting to hate FacePlant's The Service.
Exploring subjects that affect us all: body image, bullying, photoshop, exercise, selfies, diets, weight, beauty treatments, photoshop.
Brought to you by the winners of the 2016 Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award, this new production of Steven Berkoff’s riotous masterpiece opens at the King’s Head Theatre, wh…
Sid, struggling to become Sue,
proclaims, “The great barrier between myself and the outside world is my
It’s 35 years since Kevin Elyot’s first
Clean, premiered at the Bush Theatre and 50
years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK.
The loneliest planet in our solar system struggles with his identity; a probe from Earth arrives bearing information that turns his world upside down.
Queers comes with no explanation, but the title alone is enough preparation for an hour of material that is amusing and sad, historical and contemporary.
An ‘incident in a hotel room’ becomes a life-changing event for Tom Crowe, a rising star of the Labour Party whose past, present and future form the basis of Tremors.
An end of life comedy, exploring themes of status, dynamics, and changing relationships in the light of parental loss.
Set in the heart of the South American jungle, intrepid explorer Tamino as he embarks on a journey filled with fantastical, magical creatures.
If you’re looking for a wholesome chapter from The Good Book then this is not the show for you.
Written entirely in rhyming iambic pentameter, Ryan J-W Smith’s ‘MacDeth!’ lovingly parodies Shakespeare’s MacBeth while asserting itself as a modern verse comedy classic in its ow…
The Detectorists’ Paul Casar is Max in this one-man black comedy about the lows of ageing.
A graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the gay Chill-Out scene.
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