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Review – An anarchic, pleasure-seeking Trainspotting Live

Trainspotting Live shines during its most dangerous moments. It puts you on edge throughout, wondering if this should even be allowed in theatre.

Strangers in Between review – open, honest, startlingly funny

For a play about secrets, self-discovery and reinvention, Strangers In Between has an openness and honesty that shines through from its very first moments. Rural boy Shane (Roly Bo...

La Bohème review – compelling, powerful and relevant

It's Christmas 2017, East London for this La Bohème. In their picturesque flat, Marcello and Rodolpho - sorry, Mark (Thomas Isherwood) and Ralph (Roger Paterson) - lament. The heat...

Tosca review – Marriott pares back a classic

It’s not the threat of Napoleonic invasion of Italy in 1800; instead it’s the height of World War 2 in 1944. Becca Marriott’s reimagined libretto for Tosca gives this opera the upd...

Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Tosca – the last in a King’s Head Theatre trilogy

The King's Head Theatre enters its final weeks in the current space and has chosen Tosca for its last opera. Daniel Perks explores director Adam Spreadbury-Maher's relationship wit...

Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Coming Clean, “What a wonderful way to commemorate the 50th anniversary”

Adam Spreadbury-Maher has championed LGBTQ theatre at the King's Head Theatre for years. To kick off this year's Queen Season 2017, he has chosen Kevin Elyot's first piece. Daniel ...