Les Enfants Terribles have announced the full cast and creative team for their latest production taking place at Kensington Palace from the 28th February.

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Full casting and creative team have been confirmed by Les Enfants Terribles and Historic Royal Palaces for the upcoming immersive theatre experience, taking place for a limited season at Kensington Palace from the 28th February until the 30th March.

The cast is set to include: Stephan Boyce; James Hastings; Miranda Heath; Richard Holt; Yasmin Keita; Deven Modha;Christina Ngoyi; Lucy Reynolds; Nadia Sohawon  and Deborah Tracey.

An English mistress. A foreign queen. A difficult balance. Roles chosen by their King, but women who won’t be defined by them.

It’s 1734 and you’re invited to an exclusive party at Kensington Palace to celebrate King George II’s birthday. Underneath the seemingly joyful occasion is an undercurrent of tension between Queen Caroline and her husband’s mistress, Henrietta Howard, who is desperate to leave and start a new life.

Delving into the world of political intrigue, court games, high drama, scandalous gossip and smiling through gritted teeth, this immersive experience presents two separate journeys highlighting the stories of these brilliant women who might have otherwise been lost in the shadow of their king.

This new show from the Olivier Award nominated company has been written by Yassmin Abdel-Magied and Anthony Spargo. It is directed by Christa Harris and is set to feature Music by Patrick Neil Doyle, Set Design by Luke W Robson, Costume Design by Susan Kulkarni, Sound Design by Chazz Redhead, Lighting Design by Pablo Fernandez Baz; Hair, Wigs and Make Up Design by Victoria Stride and Dramaturgy by Fiona Porritt.

The experience aims to throw audiences into a world of political intrigue, court games, high drama, scandalous gossip as they embark on one of two routes to highlight the story of Queen Caroline and Henrietta Howard.

United Queendom will run at the Kensington Palace from the 28th February until the 30th March.

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