About the showAfter playing to packed out audiences across the UK, Carol Harrison’s sensational new musical All or Nothing – The Mod Musical transferred at the West End’s Arts Theatre for its London premiere. Now, the smash-hit show transfers to the Ambassadors Theatre for an extended West End season, charting the story of popular rock band Small Faces.
Written and directed by award-winning actress Carol Harrison, All or Nothing – The Mod Musical is the home-grown musical that follows the story of four unruly kids from East London, who form a band to make it big. Set in 1965, Small Faces become the face of a new “mod” phenomenon, encapsulating a new sense of cool style and a taste for rhythm ‘n’ blues.
But when the novelty of fame wears off, the band begin to fight and their lives become steeped in jealousy and betrayal. Set to a back catalogue of Small Faces’ biggest hits, the toe-tapping score features hit tunes including “Whatcha Gonna Do About It”, “Tin Soldier”, “Lazy Sunday”, “Here Comes the Nice”, “Itchycoo Park” and, of course, “All or Nothing”.
Carol Harrison (EastEnders, Brushstrokes, Get Back) stars as Kay Marriot, as well as directing. Chris Simmons is the older Steve Marriot, best known for his long-running role in popular ITV drama The Bill. Creative team includes choreographer Cameron Hall, designer Rebecca Brower, lighting designer Peter Small, sound designer Chris Drohan and musical supervisor Pat Davey.
Charting the rise and demise of one of the UK’s most popular bands of the time, All or Nothing – The Mod Musical plays at the West End’s Ambassadors Theatre from March 28th to June 2nd 2018.
Who Should See It?Fans of Small Faces and the mod era will love this jukebox musical, which brings to life the popular culture phenomenon! Relive the 60’s with this sensational production!
All or Nothing – The Mod Musical is suitable for those aged 14 and up.