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Living A Little


  • King's Head Theatre 115 Upper Street London, England, N1 1QN United Kingdom

MAY 6 - MAY 14

Wednesday – Saturday, 9.45pm (matinees 5.45pm on Sundays, 5pm on Saturday 13th), 65 mins

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Fresh from the 2017 VAULT Festival, where it picked up an Origins Award for Outstanding New Work, Living a Little by Finlay Bain now transfers to the Kings Head Theatre under the producers Riot House Theatre and the creators of the award winning Trainspotting Live, In Your Face Theatre. This absurd comedy drama, filled with booze and obscenities, garnered exceptional reviews and standing ovations across both VAULT and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.

With not a zombie in sight, we are taken into a sanctuary of normality while the outside world rots. The play questions what it is to be alive; to be human, and what you would do if you thought today was your last. In a secure and stockpiled flat, complete with a TV, a sound system, video games, and enough alcohol to host a Scottish wedding, we meet best mates Rob, an ill-mannered, politically incorrect Scottish lad, and Paul, the gayest straight man ever. The arrival of battle hardened Penelope is the catalyst of the piece as she challenges their way of life whilst seeking the relative comfort and safety she needs, after living out in the wild of a zombie apocalypse.

Finlay Bain says: "I’m delighted with the response that Living a Little has received. It’s extremely rewarding to hear the laughs and gasps, and to see our work appreciated each night.” Jordan Murphy, director, says: “Finlay has written a captivating script filled with wit, colourful characters and powerful meaning. Living a Little pushes the boundaries of friendship and love throughout its hilarious and touching dialogue, which creates an energetic storyline that really gives the audience something to sink their teeth into.”

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★★★★ “sharp, witty and moving (...) a writer to keep an eye on” The Stage

★★★★ “a shining star – a night out not to be missed” West End Wilma

★★★★ “there are in-your-face, brutal scenes, moving moments, the critique of current society and pop culture, friendship ups and downs, love, danger, secrets and fear (…) so prepare yourself for a full on emotions-triggering hour of your life. No doubt this is going to be a hit” London Pub Theatres

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