The production will begin performances at the theatre as part of its summer Queer Season on the 27th July.

Written by Shaun Kitchener, All That is a domestic drama of love, sex and monogamy and is the headline production in the King’s Head Theatre Queer season.

Taylor and Riley have been living the loved-up suburban dream for nearly a decade. Nice house, nice town, nice group of respectable straight friends.

But when financial troubles prompt them to rent out their spare room, it’s not long before they meet Jamie and Parker – a couple with a totally different outlook to their own. 

As tensions rise, wires cross and preconceptions are challenged, the four housemates will be tested to their very limits – and forced to reassess the lives they’ve built and what it is they really want.

Directed by James Callàs Ball, the cast for the production includes: Matt Greenwood, Imran Adams, Jordan Laviniere and Chris Jenkins.

Meanwhile, the creative team for the production includes: Designer Delyth Evans, Sound Designer Andrew Reynolds, Lighting Designer Jack Weir, Company Stage Manager on Book Samantha Craven  and Production Manager Ned Lay.

Writer Shaun Kitchener  said: “I’m overjoyed that ‘All That’ is headlining the King’s Head Theatre’s amazing Queer Season this summer. In addition to sharing its name with an underrated Carly Rae Jepsen classic, the play explores different attitudes to love, sex and monogamy within the gay community as well as the importance of honesty – with loved ones but also with yourself. I hope it gives people something to think about on the tube home, whilst raising a few laughs along the way.”

All That will play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 27th July until the 21st August.