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Drama + Comedy + Main House


World premiere of romantic comedy opens the new theatre

A dazzling new comedy about love, sex, happiness and freedom set in the San Francisco art world. When ex-partners collide at an exhibition, sparks fly and their new boyfriends are caught in the blast, igniting a series of comic crises involving a road trip along the Pacific Coast Highway that leads them to a mysterious hotelier and new beginnings.

Witty characters, outrageous behaviour and a big beating heart make Exhibitionists the perfect post-New Year pick me up.

This world premiere is co-written by Olivier nominee Shaun McKenna (The Lord of the Rings – Watermill and West End; Ladies In Lavender – UK No 1 Tour; Radio 4’s Eleanor Rising and Home Front; the forthcoming The Forsyte Saga at Park Theatre) and Andrew Van Sickle, a journalist making his playwriting debut. Directed by Bronagh Lagan (Flowers For Mrs Harris at Riverside Studios and the Olivier nominated CRUISE).



Conor | Ashley D Gayle
Sebastian | Øystein Lode
Mal | Jake Mitchell-Jones
Rayyan | Rolando Montecalvo
Robbie | Robert Rees

Writers | Shaun McKenna & Andrew Van Sickle
Director | Bronagh Lagan
Set & Costume Design | Gregor Donnelly
Sound Design | Max Pappenheim
Lighting Design | Clancy Flynn
Video | Matt Powell
Casting | Jane Deitch
Producer | Elphin Productions & James Seabright

Ticket Price

£10 - £35


5th Jan - 10th Feb


King's Head Theatre



"Noel Coward's Private Lives for the Grindr generation" The Times

"Abounding wise cracks and witty one liners" The Guardian

"A great start to the year... excellent" ★★★★ LondonTheatre1


There will be a post show Q&A after the matinee on 13 January, which will be free for ticketholders at that performance to attend. Members of the cast and creative team will answer audience questions about the production

Approximately 90 min running time with no interval

Age Guidance: 14+

Content Warnings: Contains some strong language and adult themes.


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