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Tosca, King’s Head Theatre – Review

Credit: Jacob Sacks-Jones

Pros: There’s something very magical about seeing an opera in such a small space and immersing yourself in the music. Cons: Some theatrical tricks employed here might be better left for the big stages. This new reworking of Giacomo Puccini’s opera Tosca, by Becca Marriott and King’s Head Theatre artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher, is set in Paris during World War Two. Painter Marius, played on press night by Martin Lindau, has agreed to hide a Jewish man who has escaped ...

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Win tickets to see Holy Crap

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This is your chance to win tickets to see Holy Crap at The Kings Head Theatre. To enter simply retweet one of our Holy Crap competition tweets before 3rd June, 5pm AND tell us what your guilty pleasure is.   #competition: Felling sinful? Win tkts to Holy Crap. retweet by 5pm 3/6/17 and tell us your guilty pleasure @HolyCrapMusical @KingsHeadThtr pic.twitter.com/zqn8mr2LVs — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) May 28, 2017   Nick Thompson Productions present Holy Crap – Kings Head Theatre 7th ...

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The Magic Flute, King’s Head Theatre – Review

Credit: Bill Knight

Pros: Hilarious performances, beautiful singing and outstanding design. Cons: Without an orchestra some of Mozart’s magic is lost. Walking through a charming pub straight into a small pocket of the South American jungle isn’t how most would expect to start a night at the opera. Fortunately for us, Charles Court Opera’s production of The Magic Flute at the King’s Head Theatre refreshingly does away with rows of seats, facing a stage, overlooking an orchestra, and puts us firmly in the thick of it. Simon ...

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