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KHT Joins the Camden Fringe!


KHT Joins the Camden Fringe!

We’re thrilled to be hosting a fresh wave of shows - from laugh-out-loud comedies to thought-provoking dramas that will linger in your mind long after the curtain falls. Whether you're a die-hard theatre fan or just looking for a fun night out, there's something for everyone in this year's lineup. 

✨King's Head Theatre Joins the Camden Fringe Festival! ✨

For the first time ever, we’re taking part in Camden Fringe! 

We’re thrilled to be hosting a fresh wave of shows - from laugh-out-loud comedies to thought-provoking dramas that will linger in your mind long after the curtain falls. Whether you're a die-hard theatre fan or just looking for a fun night out, there's something for everyone in this year's lineup. 


👬Two Come Home - 14 - 17 Aug 

A decade after a dramatic split,, two lovers reunite at the worst time. Guilt, rage, and love collide in this new play with music that explores the fractured relationships a young man has with his family and his former lover.

Hot Goss - 2 & 3 Aug

A triple feature of dramatic delights as recent East 15 Drama School graduates take centre stage with their darkly witty takes on classics. ‘The Assistant’: a sinister comedy inspired by King Lear, ‘Real Housewives of Bible’: a feminist romp through sacred stories and ‘Godot?’ a piece inspired by Waiting For Godot and told by Godot himself. 

🤖 Play-AI - 4 Aug

 Prepare for an unparalleled comedic experience. With an AI-generated script fueled by audience input, each performance is a unique journey through satire, absurdity, and unexpected twists

🏔️ Cianalas - 6 & 7 Aug

Set over the span of two years in the Scottish Highlands, Cianalas tells the story of a community’s resistance to mass evictions during the Highland Clearances. With its traditional live music and use of the Gaelic language, Cianalas explores the themes of belonging, legacy, power, the evolving role of women, and uprooting communities from their land.

🎭 Pink List - 5, 11, 13 Aug

 1957, West Germany. Karl, a gay concentration camp survivor, stands trial for the "crime" of loving another man. While most laws have been de-nazified, the Nazi-era law persecuting homosexuals remains in force. ‘The Pink List’ is a thought-provoking one-person musical inspired by the untold stories of gay men in postwar Germany.

☀️ Hot Girl Summer -  9 Aug

Join Tilly on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as she navigates life, love, and loss in the bustling city of London. Inspired by real-life experiences, this play shines a light on young women's often funny, complicated, and all-too-familiar experiences.

🎶 Imbokodo: The Musical - 9, 10, 18 Aug

Presented by a fully female cast, the Imbokodo: The Musical is a musical of liberation and platforming female stories. Through dialogue, music and dance, we’ll follow on women from all walks of life. The show is covered by beautiful sounds of Marimbas and indigenous instruments as well as traditions of female vocal harmony.

🕰️ Still Ticking -  10 & 11 Aug

Join Nigel Osner on a journey through 25 years of writing and performing as he shares his remarkable story of resilience and humour. From open heart surgery to encounters with characters like a fangless vampire and Death itself, this one-man show is a testament to the power of storytelling.

🧠 A Series of Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis: The Musical - 20-24 Aug

When it comes to relationship advice, some people turn to friends, some people turn to family; Fran turns to long-dead Austrian psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud. ASILOP:TM is a bold, funny exploration of how we use structure to understand the world.

💡Wise Men of Chelm - 24 Aug

A show on the complex… and not-so-complex men seen in today’s Jewish society. This show serves up a mix of folklore and modern critique, unravelling the complexities and quirks of these wise (and not-so-wise) characters as a celebration and critique of masculinity within Jewish culture and religion.

👮‍♂️ Officer Scott: Too Much Isn't Enough - 23 & 25 Aug

A semi-autobiographical solo clown extravaganza written and performed by Sloan Brettholtz. Follow Officer Scott on a quest to find the meaning of life, all while saving one and falling in love. It's a celebration of courage, authenticity, and queer pride like no other.

🦸 Billy Parva - 24, 25, 30 Aug & 1 Sept

Step into the extraordinary life of Billy Parva, a man with tales so unbelievable they must be true... or are they? Join Billy on a journey filled with laughter, longing, and the search for identity in a world of larger-than-life stories.

⚔️ Comedian vs Drag Queen - 31 Aug

The ultimate showdown between drag menace Sassafras Nitro Jet and comedian Paul Moore! It's a wig-tossing, joke-slinging battle of wigs and wit. Will there be a clear champ, or will it all spiral into gleeful chaos? Buckle up for a wild night of laughter and surprises from this stand-up comedy split bill with a twist.

 

📅Mark your calendars - tickets go on sale on 16th April!