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Two new productions at the King's Head Pub Theatre
The King's Head Pub Theatre in Islington, north London, has announced details of two new productions that will run simultaneously this autumn at their pub venue.
The first production is Nobody's Business by Slyvia Freedman, starring Katy Manning and directed by John Adams. It runs from 30 September to 24 October 2015, performing Tuesday to Saturday at 7pm.
"Sybil, much-married caretaker of a business centre, is full of ideas for escaping from her situation. When Hugo, a manipulative adventurer, launches a new business, she inveigles her way in, getting herself appointed director of a company set up for Perkins, an inventor, along with Hugo’s long-suffering artist girlfriend Imogen and Howard, the manager of the centre, whose significant other is his dog. With a woman in a kangaroo suit trying to sell an uncontrollable invention and a dog on the company board, what happens next is nobody’s business."
This will run alongside 5 Guys Chillin by Peter Darney, produced by Em-Lou Productions which runs from 1 to 24 October 2015, with performances Tuesday to Sunday at 9.30pm, with additional Sunday matinees.
The production is described as a "graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the gay Chill-Out scene. From surgeons to students, couples to kink; guys that love it and lost guys longing to be loved. An original look into a drug-fuelled, hedonistic, highly secret world of Chem-Sex, Grindr and instant gratification."
Tickets for both productions are now on sale.