About the show
One of the most influential mod groups of the 1960’s, it was founded by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston. As quickly as the group made it big, jealousy and betrayal rocked them, and Small Faces ended up disbanding in 1969, leaving a huge legacy in the Britpop movement.
Exploring their rocky career in the industry, the sensational jukebox musical contains some of the group’s most popular numbers, including "Whatcha Gonna Do About It", "Tin Soldier", "Lazy Sunday", "Itchycoo Park" and, of course, "All or Nothing".
Carol Harrison writes and directs, with the musical featuring the music and lyrics of Small Faces. Harrison is an actor and writer, best-known for playing Louise Raymond on EastEnders, as well as starring in the BBC sitcom Brushstrokes for five years. She stars as Kay Marriott opposite Chris Simmons (Holby City, The Bill, Casualty) as Steve Marriot.
Additional casting for the Ambassadors Theatre run includes Stefan Edwards as Kenney Jones, Stanton Wright as Ronnie Lane, Alexander Gold as Ian McLagan, Karis Anderson as P. P. Arnold, Russell Floyd as Don Arden and Rikki Lawton as Jimmy Winston, with Samuel Pope and Mark Newnham alternating as Young Steve Marriot, as well as Danielle Johnson, Daniel Beales, Alfie Harrison-Foreman, Dani Acors, Emily Daniels, Tamsin January and Connor Barrister.
Further creative team includes choreographer Cameron Hall, designer Rebecca Brower, lighting designer Peter Small, sound designer Chris Drohan and musical supervisor Pat Davey. A cast recording and a 15-track LP have been released alongside the popular production.
All or Nothing – The Mod Musical has proved a massive West End hit, encompassing the catchy tunes and importance of Small Daces to British pop culture. The production runs at the Ambassadors Theatre from 28 March to 12 May 2018.
Recommended forFans of British popular music and mod culture will adore this show that overflows with Small Faces 1960’s hits. With design harking back to the era, those longing for the swinging sixties are in for a smashing time.
Age Recommendations: Recommended 14+