Five Minutes with… Sandra Dickinson

The actress spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about her upcoming role in The Unbuilt City, playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 6th to the 30th June.  On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. He’s come to ask socialite turned recluse… Read More

REVIEW: Baby Box, King’s Head Theatre

Babybox is hilarious, touching and will make you appreciate the highs and lows of womanhood. Babybox is a new British play that looks at the lives of two sisters, both facing issues with their identities as women. The show begins with the two young sisters discussing the gradual transition from childhood to adolescence before taking… Read More

Interview with… Kheira Bey

Kheira Bey is about to star in Voices from the Deep at the King’s Head Theatre. She spoke to Love London Love Culture’s editor Emma Clarendon about what to expect from the show…  Could you tell me a bit more about Voices from the Deep? Voices from the Deep is a night (7th May) of four… Read More

PREVIEW: The Unbuilt City, King’s Head Theatre

Playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 6th June, casting for the European premiere has been confirmed.  It has been announced that Sandra Dickinson (I Loved Lucy, West End) and Jonathan Chambers (Doubt, A Parable, Southwark Playhouse) will star in the upcoming European premiere of Keith Bunin’s The Unbuilt City, playing at the King’s Head… Read More

NEWS: King’s Head Theatre to Produce Reimagining of Verdi’s La Traviata

The King’s Head Theatre has announced details of their Autumn 2018 opera production to play at the venue from the 27th September.  In this new reimagining of Verdi’s incendiary tale of sex, class and power, La Traviata is brought into 2018 in the new English version by Becca Marriott and Helena Jackson. England, 2018. Violetta earns… Read More

NEWS: Tumble Tuck to Transfer to King’s Head Theatre

It has been confirmed that BackHere! Theatre’s Tumble Tuck will transfer to the King’s Head Theatre to headline the Who Runs the World? season.  Following on from its successful run at the Edinburgh Festival last year, Sarah Milton’s play will now play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 24th April until the 12th May to headline… Read More

PREVIEW: We Need to Talk About Bobby (Off Eastenders), King’s Head Theatre

Paperbark Theatre will present its latest show at the King’s Head for two nights only on the 25th and 26th March.  12-year-old Annie has hit the big time – but she’s no idea how hard it’s going to be. After landing a huge role in a late-night TV drama, she’s left alone in an adult… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for Charles Court Opera’s The Mikado

Final casting has been confirmed for Charles Court Opera’s production of The Mikado, playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 22nd March until the 21st April.  Directed by John Savournin, it has been confirmed that the cast is set to include: Matthew Palmer (The Mikado/Pish-Tush), Jack Roberts (Nanki-Poo), Philip Lee (Ko-Ko, except 6 – 8 April)… Read More

NEWS: King’s Head Theatre Announces Who Runs the World? Season

The King’s Head Theatre has confirmed it will be presenting a season of work by female playwrights in response to the under-representation of female voices on stage. Running from the 24th April until the 12th May, the season will include Sarah Milton’s Tumble Tuck, transferring from a critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe 2017 run, with four new pieces… Read More

NEWS: Atticist Announced as New Associate Company at the King’s Head Theatre

The King’s Head Theatre has confirmed that the independent production company will become the theatre’s new associate company.  Atticist‘s first production, Life According to Saki, won the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe and transferred to New York in 2017. Meanwhile, more recently its production of Steven Berkoff’s East has just… Read More