Kings Head Theatre

Might Never Happen, King's Head Theatre - Review

Rising to the challenge to show the effects of street harassment on women in an accessible fashion, Doll's Eye Theatre have devised Might Never Happen, an evening of sketches based on their own experiences on this matter. The vignettes' incidents will be familiar to most women, but in the interest of playing devil's advocate, other points of view are put across as well, minimising the possibility of anything being didactic.

Author's review: 
4

Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens, King's Head Theatre

Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens. What's that you say? What is it? One way of putting it is The Rocky Horror Show set in space. To its devotees, it is a guaranteed good night out, merging glitter and innuendos aplenty with disco-inspired tunes.

Author's review: 
4

RUSSIAN DOLLS, King's Head Theatre - Review

In recent years there have been a number of plays dealing with Millenials and the aged taking time to know each other, with Gina Moxley's Tea Set and Clara Brennan's Spine immediately springing to mind. However, in both those cases, the plays were one-woman shows, told from the point of view of the younger woman. In Kate Lock's play Russian Dolls, the meeting of the different generations is played out for us to see, and the age difference between them is the least of their problems...

Author's review: 
4

Russian Dolls by Kate Lock

Winner of the 2015 Adrian Pagan award for playwriting, Kate Lock’s wise and witty new drama celebrates cross-generational relationships and lays bare the extraordinary virtue of self-determination. King’s Head Theatre, London 5th – 23rd April 2016

Author's review: 
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