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What's On at King's Head Theatre February 2023

What's On at King's Head Theatre February 2023

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A round-up of what happening in February at the King's Head Theatre in London

King's Head Theatre are offering a diverse selection of performances to lift spirits and combat the January blues.

The upcoming schedule includes a range of events such as a dystopian drama, physical comedy and clowning, workout sessions, drag and comedy shows, and an improvised comedy night. One of the highlights is "Dare You Say Please," a dark comedy set in a dystopian world written by BBC shortlisted writer Aimee Varani. Another notable performance is "And Then The Rodeo Burned Down," a physical comedy and clowning spectacular that received rave reviews at Edinburgh Fringe and won a Fringe First award. Additionally, there is "Doom & Glitter," a drag and blues cabaret tribute to Tom Waits, and "Howerd's End," a play that takes a look at the clandestine relationship between Frankie and Dennis. All events are available for booking at various prices starting at £10.

Dare You Say Please

Until 4 February

A Black Mirror-esque drama set in a dystopian world.

A dark comedy about an overpopulated society pushed to take extreme measures, written by BBC shortlisted writer Aimee Varani. Two complete different strangers must make the ultimate decision: How will they decide which one of them will live beyond this room?
Book from £10

And Then The Rodeo Burned Down

Until 11 February

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Fringe First Winners 2022

A physical comedy & clowning spectacular straight off from NYC that was extended after picking up rave reviews at Edinburgh Fringe last summer, including a coveted Scotsman First Award which resulted in a sold-out run!
Book from £12

Return of the Gym

27 January

This is a workout, not a play.

45 minutes of fast paced, action-packed workout madness - audience participation is inevitable, injuries are easily avoidable. Dumbells, dance moves & danger - taking you through a step by step guide on how to bust that stodgy routine and get yourself looking like Thor. Not sure what to expect? Don’t worry, us neither.
Book from £10

Doom & Glitter

3 February

Drag meets the blues in this eccentric queer cabaret tribute to the iconic Tom Waits.

Drag king & vocalist Mr Brake Down presents an evening with the wit, wisdom & unstoppable force of one of the music scene's most eccentric & iconic Blues artists, Mr Tom Waits. A unique tribute show covering Waits' seminal blues hits, with Brake's vocal impersonation & visual illusions taking you on a wild ride of wine, women & song...
Book from £10

Yes Queens

From 28 January

An evening of royal hilarity from the Queens who rule the improv scene!

The West End's first female-led improv comedy night. Featuring top UK talent from Award-winning shows, this is interactive theatre at its best, with the audience playing a key role in a night of games, scenes, sketches & songs - all improvised from your suggestions.
Book from £10

Howerd’s End

14 - 17 February

Come and say farewell to a legend... and learn the art of letting go.

This hugely acclaimed play by Mark Farrelly takes you to the heart of Frankie and Dennis' clandestine relationship, which lasted from the 1950s until Frankie's death in 1992. Packed with laughter, but unafraid of truth, it portrays two humans' journey through closeness, love, grief and all the other things that make life worth living.
Book from £10

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