Theatre & Comedy

This Month…

  • 4th May, 7:30 pm

    Comedy Sportz: Improv Mullet

    Improvised comedy on the first Saturday of the Month from the team behind ComedySportz.
    Why Improv Mullet? Because it's shortform in the front and longform in the back. In other words, quick-witted 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' style gags and games in the first half and longer improvised sketches and scenes, maybe a whole unscripted play, in the second. Watch as this team of comic minds make like MacGyver to craft comedy from nothing but your suggestions. Find out more about CSzUK and their Improv shows and workshops at www.comedysportz.co.uk or find them on twitter: @ComedySportz_UK

    “The team have certainly earned their title of ‘North-West’s top improvised comedy troupe'” North West End

    Show Starts 7.30pm. £3 on the door of free entry to anyone with a genuine mullet.

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  • 6th May, 7:30 pm

    The Growth of the Silk

    The Growth of the silk is a Macabre flamenco fairy tale opera, telling to fretted fable
    of Rapunzel turn raucous. This multi-media opera of music, dance and film sees our
    protagonist (Olivia Carrell) deal with the curse of too literal intoxicating beauty.
    Hairdressers, barbers, sheepshearers the like can’t deal with the burden that illustrious locks
    can bring.
    Soprano Olivia Carrell
    Director Charlotte Macrae
    Librettist Lavinia Murray
    Guitar Owen Bunting
    Bass George Burrage
    Percussion Atanas Dochev
    Dancer Anna Cabre-Verdiell.
    Set Max Armstrong & Saskia

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  • 17th May, 7:30 pm

    The Worst Little Warehouse In London

    When 12 people live under the same roof in a converted warehouse in North London, what could possibly go wrong?

    Winner of the Best Cabaret (Adelaide Fringe Weekly), Lala and Robbie are fresh off the boat, looking for the perfect place to call home. Relive their year living at Daisy Mill as they discover high ceilings, bathroom baskets and very thin bedroom walls.

    Directed by Sarah Redmond and starring every housemate you’ve ever lived with,The Worst Little Warehouse In London is a “mind-bogglingly funny story of companionship, shared accommodation, and how to grit your teeth and bare it” (Broadway Baby).

    https://www.worstlittlewarehouse.com

    "UTTERLY MIND-BLOWING... THE COMEDY IS TOP CLASS. A MUST-SEE... SEE IT WHILE YOU CAN!" ★★★★★ Musical Theatre Review

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  • 22nd May, 8:00 pm

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell

    Qweerdog Theatre presents:

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell
    Finn’s off to Uni, and Lee, his brother's best mate, wants to teach him ‘how to
    have fun AND to look after himself’.
    Deano, a builder that lives for the weekend, is not so keen to have his
    younger brother cramping his style. Despite his best efforts to discourage
    their friendship, Finn and Lee get closer when Lee passes on a secret
    message from their estranged mother.
    In environment where no-one is safe to talk about feelings, let alone sexuality,
    it’s easy to misread the signs. One drunken night, a line is crossed; but by
    who? What actually happened? It’s difficult to find out when nobody wants to
    talk.

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  • 25th May, 8:00 pm

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell

    Qweerdog Theatre presents:

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell
    Finn’s off to Uni, and Lee, his brother's best mate, wants to teach him ‘how to
    have fun AND to look after himself’.
    Deano, a builder that lives for the weekend, is not so keen to have his
    younger brother cramping his style. Despite his best efforts to discourage
    their friendship, Finn and Lee get closer when Lee passes on a secret
    message from their estranged mother.
    In environment where no-one is safe to talk about feelings, let alone sexuality,
    it’s easy to misread the signs. One drunken night, a line is crossed; but by
    who? What actually happened? It’s difficult to find out when nobody wants to
    talk.

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  • 26th May, 4:00 pm

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell

    Qweerdog Theatre presents
    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell
    Finn’s off to Uni, and Lee, his brother's best mate, wants to teach him ‘how to
    have fun AND to look after himself’.
    Deano, a builder that lives for the weekend, is not so keen to have his
    younger brother cramping his style. Despite his best efforts to discourage
    their friendship, Finn and Lee get closer when Lee passes on a secret
    message from their estranged mother.
    In environment where no-one is safe to talk about feelings, let alone sexuality,
    it’s easy to misread the signs. One drunken night, a line is crossed; but by
    who? What actually happened? It’s difficult to find out when nobody wants to
    talk.

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  • 26th May, 8:00 pm

    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell

    Qweerdog Theatre presents
    Absolute Certainty? by Stewart Campbell
    Finn’s off to Uni, and Lee, his brother's best mate, wants to teach him ‘how to
    have fun AND to look after himself’.
    Deano, a builder that lives for the weekend, is not so keen to have his
    younger brother cramping his style. Despite his best efforts to discourage
    their friendship, Finn and Lee get closer when Lee passes on a secret
    message from their estranged mother.
    In environment where no-one is safe to talk about feelings, let alone sexuality,
    it’s easy to misread the signs. One drunken night, a line is crossed; but by
    who? What actually happened? It’s difficult to find out when nobody wants to
    talk.

    Click to Book Tickets

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We would like to give a warm welcome to the award winning Rising Moon Productions who are now programming all theatre and comedy upstairs. They are seeking shows for upcoming seasons, so if you are a theatre company, comedian, sketch group, promoter, producer, poet, artist, contortionist, magician, mentalist or dance troupe and you’d like to put on a performance at The Kings Arms, we want to hear from you!

Email us here, tell us about yourself and your project and whether you would just like to hire the space or would like us to produce your script and we can help.