Stay in the know.
Sign up for updates about events, news and special offers.
Freud's Last Session
Drama + New Writing

Freud's Last Session

Following it's sell out run earlier this year Freud's Last Session returns to the Kings Head Theatre.  One more chance to catch the play which the Financial Times called "gripping" and of which the Islington Gazette said "this could be the play of the year".

The first of September, 1939. Sigmund Freud, the world renowned psychoanalyst awaits the visit of soon to be legendary author C.S. Lewis on the day World War 2 is declared. The impending war and Freud’s failing health catalyses a far deeper conversation as they clash about the existence of God, love, sex, and the meaning of life.

Freud’s Last Session enjoyed a sell out ★★★★★ run this January and later in the year starts shooting as a major motion picture. Real life Psychiatrist turned actor Dr Julian Bird (Eastenders, The Tudors) returns in the title role.

CAST & CREATIVES

Julian Bird Sigmund Freud

TBC C.S. Lewis 

 

Mark St Germain Writer

Peter Darney Director 

Ticket Price

£19.50 - £33.50

WHEN

12th July - 13th August

WHERE

King's Head Theatre

SHARE THIS:

REVIEWS

★★★★★ ‘this could be the play of 2022’ Islington Gazette

★★★★★ London Pub Theatre

★★★★ 'Browne and Bird bring the two adversaries springing to life.' Financial Times

★★★★ 'delectably brainy’ Broadway World

★★★★ ‘Excellent’ Everything Theatre

★★★★ 'A passionate dialogue between two great minds, performed by two great actors' Spy In the Stalls

★★★★ ‘Wonderfully thought-provoking’ North West End

★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions

★★★★ London Living Large

★★★★ London Theatre 1

YOUR VISIT

This production lasts approximately 80 minutes and runs without an interval.


YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...

Comedy

Comedy at the King's Head Theatre - Simon Brodkin & Bella Hull

Prepare to laugh your head off

New Writing

The Haunting of Susan A

If these walls could talk..

Drama

Black Is The Color Of My Voice

Inspired by the life of Nina Simone

New Writing

Manbo

New Writing

Bareback

Absurd, queer character comedy. Would you rather sex or eternal bliss?