Interview With…Luke Mullins

The actor chatted to us about starring in And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens as part of Southern Belles alongside Something Unspoken. Hi Luke thank you so much for talking to me. How are you feeling about bringing ‘And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens’ to the stage? And Tell… Read More

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Interview With… Annabel Leventon

The actress chatted to us about starring in Something Unspoken as part of the Southern Belles at the King’s Head Theatre. Hi Annabel, thanks for talking to me. Could you explain what ‘Something Unspoken’ is about? It’s an extraordinary play about two Southern women in the fifties. One is an imperious, high- ranking spinster, hanging… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 7th July

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of A Right Royale Tea, Amba Hotel Charing Cross: LLLC paid a visit to this new comedy dining experience to see if Lord and Lady Right were able to raise money to carry out essential repairs on their… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Southern Belles at King’s Head Theatre

The two one act plays by Tennessee Williams will play at the theatre from the 24th July. Performed as part of the King’s Head Theatre’s 2019 Queer Season, Southern Belles will headline the season from the 24th July and is directed by  Jamie Armitage, co-director of the multi Olivier nominated musical Six. Southern Belles unites two… Read More

NEWS: James Corley’s World’s End to Play at King’s Head Theatre

The writer’s debut play will be performed at the King’s Head Theatre from the 27th August. Completing the venue’s Queer Season, World’s End is the debut play from writer James Corley and is set to be directed by Harry Mackrill who was Associate Director at Kiln Theatre (2018-19) and currently Associate on David Hare’s adaptation of Peer… Read More

Interview With…Kerry Fitzgerald

The writer and actor spoke to Emma Clarendon about bringing Come Hygge Yourself to the King’s Head Theatre as part of the Playmill festival. Can you tell me a little bit more about what Come Hygge Yourself is about? It’s a spoof seminar about happiness. Both Lise and I were interested with the statistics thatcame… Read More

Interview with… Maureen Sherlock

The writer and director chatted to Emma Clarendon about Coral Browne: This F***ing Lady! at the King’s Head Theatre. Hi Maureen, for those who don’t know what is Coral Browne: This F***ing Lady! about? The play is a celebration of the life of the flamboyant Australian actor Coral Browne. Coral left Australia in the 1930s… Read More

Interview With… Tom Ross-Williams

The actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about the revival of Philip Osment’s play This Island’s Mine at the King’s Head Theatre. Hi Tom, what can audiences expect from This Island’s Mine? With a cast of seven playing eighteen characters, it’s an epic, expansive play which takes the audience from the dance floors of 80s gay… Read More

NEWS: King’s Head Theatre to Present Double Bill of Tennessee Williams’ Plays

Southern Belles will unite two of Tennsessee Williams’ one act plays to headline the King’s Head Theatre’s 2019 Queer Season. Playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 24th July until the 24th August, these two one act plays will be directed by Jamie Armitage, co-director of the Olivier nominated musical Six, a graduate of… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for This Island’s Mine

Ardent Theatre Company have announced the full cast for the revival of Philip Osment’s This Island’s Mine, which will play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 15th May. Directed by Philip Wilson, the production is set to star: Connor Bannister (Luke), Jane Bertish (Miss Rosenblum/Vladimir), Theo Fraser Steele (Martin/Stephen/Prospero), Corey Montague-Sholay (Selwyn/Dave), Tom Ross-Williams… Read More