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Classed as a fringe venue this theatre has independent productions in the small theatre.Bench style seating is cosy but with plenty of leg room. The traditional pub it is attached to is very good and the area generally has some great resturants. Well worth a...More
Saw a Tennessee Williams play here, or rather tried to see it, since the lighting person had aimed the spotlights directly into my eyes where I sat in the front row! I sat there shading my eyes and trying to figure out the action from...More
This is one of the great fringe theatres with splendid programming located on Upper Street with lots of good places to eat in. An ideal away from the horror of the West End venue. Lots of buses. Handy tubes. The Overground.
We found the Kings Head Theatre in Islington to be very good. It is small but the leg room is fine, bench-style seats comfortably padded and the view of the stage good from all seats.
Theatre groups from across the country visit to perform. We...More
I saw a great show here but the people taking tickets didn't inform me that there was an extra charge if you pay with a card. I looked around but could see now written sign either. This, for me, constitutes pretty lax service and poor...More
I've seen the D'Oyly Carte perform at the ENO and while I enjoyed it immensely, nothing could beat the sheer enjoyment of experiencing it performed here in the intimate confines of the Kings Head Theatre.
I stand a good six five and while the seating...More
Perfect night out before Christmas. Great script brought to life by the talented cast and the time flew. Preferred it to the recent movie remake and theatres like this where you can almost touch the cast are priceless . You can take your drinks in...More
I have been here a few times this year to see productions with my adult children. It's lovely and relaxed and I enjoy the informal approach to entering the theatre. No print outs, no code on the mobile, just your name on the spectator list....More
Recently went to see "Diary of a Nobody" at the Kings Head Theatre - laughing all evening, acting superb and all with very few props, just sheer talent! The bar is lovely, old fashioned with a very nice pasty (had 2) and relaxing atmosphere, the...More