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Friday 17th October 2008
News | Event | THE KEN CAMPBELL HALLOWEEN MEMORIAL CAPER
The likes of John Sessions, Nina Conti, The School Of Night, Lucy Elliston, Martin Soan, along with the infamous Mouse, rising stars The Showstoppers and other mystery guests, are gathering together at the The Mission Room in London on 31 October to present an evening of acts inspired by the inimitable Ken Campbell, who died on 31 August. [more]

 

 

Thursday 11th September 2008
Obituary | KEN CAMPBELL
Anarchic playwright, director and performer Ken Campbell made his name at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool in 1980 with his creation, The Science Fiction Theatre of Liverpool, and his own one -man Ken Campbell Roadshow. Patrick Newley [more]

 

 

Tuesday 2nd September 2008
Quote | KEN CAMPBELL [1941 - 2008]
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Tuesday 26th February 2008
Press Release | News | KING'S HEAD ANNOUNCES '08 SEASON & REFURBISHMENT
'The King's Head is a sanctuary for every maverick in London.' Steven Berkoff [more]

 

 

Saturday 24th November 2007
Theatre Review | INVISIBLE BONFIRES | Forkbeard Fantasy @ Toynbee Studios [tour]
Well, here's a thing now: one of our most original, not to say pioneering and longest surviving alternative touring theatre companies, is sponsored by that giant of technological sobriety and carbon neutral correctness, BT. It seems incongruous somehow that Forkbeard Fantasy of all people should have got into bed, as it were, with a company few of us would mark as being the last word in ethical business practice (out-sourcing, anyone?). Carole Woddis [more]

 

 

Saturday 29th October 2005
Interview | KEITH ALLEN | Flanders Mare @ Sound Theatre
I have great respect for Keith Allen. In a world where money is everything, bullshit is rampant and integrity in short supply, Allen is reassuringly down-to-earth and unwilling to compromise unless money is tight. "Sometimes I've got no money so I've got to do something. I think what defines you as a person in your life is the level of compromise you make during your waking hours. Some have a higher threshold than others." Sarah Vernon [more]

 

 

Saturday 4th December 2004
Christmas 04 | Theatre Review | KEN CAMPBELL'S OLD KING COLE | Cochrane Theatre
Ken Campbell's Old King Cole reminds us of how rare it is to find genuinely amusing seasonal fayre for children; this is an anarchically silly satire which neither patronises its audience nor relies on crummy recycled pop songs and ‘c’ list celebs for its appeal. John Biggins [more]

 

 

Thursday 2nd December 2004
Opening | LYRIC HAMMERSMITH, COCHRANE, OVAL & THE VENUE
The adaptation of Philip Pullman's The Firework-Maker's Daughter from Told by an Idiot is at the Lyric Hammersmith. [more]

 

 

Saturday 6th November 2004
News | SNIPPETS
Michael Maloney, currently playing the title role in Yukio Ninagawa's Hamlet, due at the Barbican, has been speaking out in support of the King's Theatre in Edinburgh. "It would be lovely to see it restored," he said, "as the King’s Theatre is one of the number one theatre venues in the whole of the British Isles." [more]

 

 

Wednesday 21st July 2004
News | Wanted | FARTING COMPANIONS FOR CAMPBELL
The legendary Ken Campbell is to take up artistic residence at Liverpool Everyman Theatre for one week in October and is looking for non-professional performers from across the city to work alongside professionals in Farting Around in Disguises. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 22nd October 2003
News | KISSES AND GOLEMS
SAVING HENRY from Australian company Doubletap, written and performed by Angus Cerini, and directed by Susie Dee, moves from the King's Head in Islington to the Marlborough Theatre in Brighton this Thursday and Friday. [more]

 

 

Saturday 22nd March 2003
BRIGHTON FESTIVAL 2003
This year's Brighton Festival runs from 3rd to 25th May. In its 37th year, the festival brings over 700 events to the seaside resort, taking place in the city's concert halls, theatres, parks, streets and houses. [more]

 

 
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