Gay comedy drama High Ridin’ premieres at the King’s Head Theatre

High Ridin’, a heart-warming new gay comedy drama, premieres at the King’s Head Theatre from 4-22 September at 7PM (Sunday Matinees at 4PM).

High Ridin’ is an unlikely comic love story of two men who don’t live likely lives. Teenage twink Ronnie travels to the North to find a job and a new life. Ex-bouncer Stan, just out of prison, gives him a lift.

But when Ronnie passes out in the car, he takes him back to the house he just inherited, only to find his evil aunt stealing the furniture, a festering kitchen and a mouse drowned in Bisto. The three lives unexpectedly collide, forcing them to face the past for a better future.

High Ridin’ premiers at the King’s Head Theatre from 4th-22nd September at 7PM (Sunday Matinees at 4PM). To get your ticket now, click here and get a £5 discount for HIGHRIDIN5

James Hogan’s plays include Peacefully in his Sleep (Gate Theatre London), The Guest Room (Not the RSC Festival, Old Red Lion), and Venetian Gold (Official Edinburgh Festival, King’s Head Theatre Islington.)

Em-Lou Productions’ previous Kings Head Theatre productions include:

Frank Sent Me ★★★★★ (The New Current)
Mysterious Skin ★★★★★ (Broadway Baby) Free’ Proud “Top Ten Must See queer Theatre” The Evening Standard
5 Guys Chillin’ ★★★★★ (Spy In The Stalls) (Best LGBT Play 2017 Scottish Sun/Brighton Fringe Award/Dublin Gay Theatre Festival Award)



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