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February Face
Dark Comedy + Main House Later

February Face

Dating in your twenties is hard enough, then the panic attacks start.

PLEASE NOTE: The performance on Saturday 18th May takes place at 8.00pm with the venue opening to the public from 7.00pm.


Lily: I think I’m in love with you.
Ed: What?
Lily: I love you.
Ed: You do?
Lily: Yeah.
Ed: Why?

Dating in your twenties is hard enough, then the panic attacks start.

February Face is a dark romantic comedy about Ed falling in love with Lily. A classic 21st century romance. One has anxiety and the other, depression. But that doesn't matter where their attraction is concerned.

Or does it?

Intrusive thoughts say otherwise...

Following a sold-out run at the Old Red Lion Theatre in November 2023, rave reviews and an award nomination for best writing, February Face comes to our main stage this spring full of laughter, longing and lament.




Ed | Keelan Kember

Lily | Olivia Mills


Producer | Ross Chandler

Writer | Keelan Kember

Director | Monica Cox

Sound Designer | Emily Rose Simons

Lighting Designer | Susie Yi Su

Ticket Price

£10 - £25


15 - 19 May


King's Head Theatre



"A fine, sensitive, significant piece." - ★★★★ London Pub Theatres

"February Face succeeds in continuing the conversation around mental health and tapping into the Millennial Zeitgeist." - ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

"February Face is gentle, warm, and dripping with wit, reminiscent of a film from the golden age of romcoms" - ★★★★ Adventures in Theatreland


Content Warnings: Contains strong language, flashing lights and direct references to self harm, suicide and ill mental health

Age Guidance: 18+

Running Time: 75 mins



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