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Boys! Boys! Boys!

Join the Kings Head Theatre this summer as we peel back the masc of masculinity  

2nd August - 10th September

Five shows with men at their centre take to the stage in a lineup curated by some of the UK’s brightest female producers. 

Biography, queer history, toxic masculinity and culture wars all come under the microscope - with brand new world premieres sitting alongside some of the hottest Edinburgh and London smash hits.

Made up of 5 daringly diverse shows the season opens 2nd August and will run until 10th September.



They say that as you get older, time sort of… speeds up. Well, it doesn’t feel like that for me…not here… It’s been years since high school, since everyone left for uni, since starting the summer job that’s never ended… and since you.

A searing portrait of male anger, fragility, and vulnerability, Mediocre White Male unpacks culture wars and what it means to feel abandoned as the world changes.

Co-writer/performer Will Close (Dave Comedy Award Winner) delivers a ★★★★ “captivating performance” (Scottish Daily Mail) following a sell out run at Edinburgh Fringe 2021
★★★★★ Gonzo Magazine
★★★★★ The Sinner

"It is a must-see for this year’s Fringe.”★★★★★ EDFRINGE
A candid and crumbling look at male fragility expertly brought forth…exceptional theatre” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby





“A husband, some kids, a few animals and a quaint little cottage just south of the A35.” That's all veterinary student Baileigh has ever wanted. Until a one-night stand makes him question the future he's always had his heart on 🌈

Bi Bi Baileigh is a “heart warming”, Comedic Essex story about the navigation of love and how the plans you've been stuck on may not be the plans that fit you best.





What if the lads at work poke fun at you for your chicken legs?  What if you’re sick to death of looking in the mirror and hating what you see?

You get ripped, that’s what.

Locked away in his dad's garage Ryan puts his body through a grueling regime - determined to bulk and cut, until he reaches perfection.

Brawn is a poignant examination of body dysmorphia and mental health issues in men.

"An absorbing and passionate production. One could even say it packed quite a punch" ★★★★★  London Theatre 1
“Chris Wollaton is also flexing his playwriting and acting skills” ★★★★★  Reviews Hub