Agatha Christie’s The Rats / David Hendon's Home Time

Agatha Christie’s The Rats / David Hendon's Home Time

Agatha Christie’s The Rats - one of her perplexing shorter plays in all its intrigue and deceit. Pinteresque in style. An adulterous couple expecting a drinks party finds just an empty flat… 

The Boy Under The Christmas Tree

The Boy Under The Christmas Tree

The Kings Head Theatre is once again offering multiple seasonal shows for their audiences to enjoy. Their late night offering this year is The Boy Under the Christmas Tree, written and directed by Glenn Chandler… 

La Traviata

La Traviata

England, 2018. Violetta earns her crust dancing for the rich and powerful at an exclusive gentleman’s club until a chance meeting with naive and idealistic Elijah changes everything... 

Did it Hurt?

Did it Hurt?

Two strangers trapped in a room. Once inside, they cannot leave. The gravity of their collective pasts holds them there as surely as a locked door. With nothing to do but get to know one another, the men are forced to expose their inner most thoughts and ideas... 

Other People's Teeth

Other People's Teeth

  • Listing
  • Theatre
  • London Fringe
  • Multiple Venues
  • 2nd - 15th Jul 2018

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. Just starting out in a new profession, she craves the respect of her experienced partner in crime... 

The Service

The Service

I went in expecting to hate FacePlant's The Service. Adverts for the show promise 'clowning', 'singing hymns', and 'consecrating the sacred cabbage', which together seemed like the worst way possible to spend a Tuesday night... 

Boys in the Buff the Concert

Boys in the Buff the Concert

Exploring subjects that affect us all: body image, bullying, photoshop, exercise, selfies, diets, weight, beauty treatments, photoshop. Riotous Musical Comedy numbers empowering us with confidence and self-love... 

Steven Berkoff's EAST

Steven Berkoff's EAST

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, where EAST made its London debut in 1975. 

A Boy Named Sue

A Boy Named Sue

Sid, struggling to become Sue, proclaims, “The great barrier between myself and the outside world is my appearance”. Meanwhile, the ‘great barrier’ between A Boy Named Sueand the audience is far more difficult to identify... 

Coming Clean

Coming Clean

It’s 35 years since Kevin Elyot’s first play, Coming Clean, premiered at the Bush Theatre and 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK. Anniversary productions are commendable for often resurrecting early works, celebrating the contributions of significant writers, marking moments in history and illustrating how times have changed... 

PLUTO

PLUTO

The loneliest planet in our solar system struggles with his identity; a probe from Earth arrives bearing information that turns his world upside down. Comets and moons are brought to life in this quirky tale of friendship, labels, and space dogs! 

Queers

Queers

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. It's a fast-paced romp through the years that also offers time for reflection on a number of facets of gay life... 

Tremors

Tremors

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. It is also the fundamental weakness in this attempt at socio-political drama... 

God's Waiting Room

God's Waiting Room

An end of life comedy, exploring themes of status, dynamics, and changing relationships in the light of parental loss. A poignant and compassionate comedy. A hit at last year's Camden Fringe, now embarking on an Arts Council tour this summer. 

The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute

Set in the heart of the South American jungle, intrepid explorer Tamino as he embarks on a journey filled with fantastical, magical creatures. Sung in a new, English version is a treat for opera lovers and new comers of all ages. 

Adam & Eve and Steve

Adam & Eve and Steve

If you’re looking for a wholesome chapter from The Good Book then this is not the show for you. If however you love an innuendo, a lot of queening around and borderline nudity then this just might be the ticket... 

MacDeth! - MacBeth Gone Wrong

MacDeth! - MacBeth Gone Wrong

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 own right... 

Don't Look Down

Don't Look Down

The Detectorists’ Paul Casar is Max in this one-man black comedy about the lows of ageing. Max is turning 40. He finds a grey pube. He has a mid-life crisis. Don’t Look Down pokes fun at our obsession with goals and the pressures of manhood. 

5 Guys Chillin'

5 Guys Chillin'

A graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the gay Chill-Out scene. “Wanna pair of shorts? Shot of G? Line of Meth?” From surgeons to students, couples to kink; guys that love it and lost guys longing to be loved...