Theatres and coronavirus
From Monday 19 July, theatres in London are allowed to operate without capacity limits.
And all legal restrictions imposed by the government will be removed.
However, most theatres will still be following procedures such as electronic ticketing etc and may require masks to be worn.
Note that some performances have been cancelled where cast or staff have tested positive and need to isolate.
We advise checking theatre websites for the latest information and what you can expect when visiting.
Closed 21 Sep 2019
King's Head Theatre
Image credit - Kate Harding
All's fair in love and war. And videogames.
November 1998. World's End Estate, Chelsea.
Viv's made a decision.
She's left Norfolk and has moved back to London with her son Ben.
When the pair are thrown together with wild fire Kosovar Albanian painter, Ylli, and his enigmatic son Besnik, things start to change.
With the millennium around the corner, NATO joining the fight to free Kosovo and a solar eclipse heading towards World's End, life finally seems to be moving forward …
But first, Ben needs to finish his new video game.
A love story that looks at how trauma changes us, World's End explores the Kosovo War, single parenthood and sexuality - all through the lens of a 90s games console.
Background information, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
Directed by Harry Mackrill (Associate Director Angels in America, National Theatre / Boy with Beer, Kings Head Theatre) World's End is the debut play of emerging writer, James Corley.
Social media & info
London N1 1QN
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 7‑00pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑00pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑00pm
Friday ‑ 7‑00pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑00pm
PATRICIA POTTER - Viv
TOM MILLIGAN - Ben
MIRLIND BEGA - Besnik
NIKOLAOS BRAHIMLLARI - Ylli
Author: James Corley
Director: Harry Mackrill
Designer: Rachel Stone
Lighting: Jai Morjaria
Sound: Harry Linden Johnson
Movement: Chi-san Howard
Production: Nisha Oza in association with King's Head Theatre