1st Aug 2018 - 27th Aug 2018

Ace Dome - Pleasance Dome


Suitable for ages 12 and above


‘The bad news is; we can all be done under the Public Mischief Act of 1872. The good news is; the posters are ready!’

Terry Johnson returns to the boards with his interrupted monologue KEN: a freewheeling reminiscence of his turbulent and inspiring relationship with the truly original and unclassifiable theatre maverick Ken Campbell. Aided and abetted by Jeremy Stockwell, Terry pays tribute to the legendary seeker, fearsome goader, and unique comedic thinker. For ninety intriguing, amusing, occasionally alarming minutes, audiences are invited to share Ken’s idiosyncratic perspective on life, and to muse on how one might live it.

**** "A genuine, knicker-elastic-pinging glee" - The Stage  
**** "Quirky but captivating  ... This is a paean to a spirit of adventure." - The Times
**** "It's a bruising, self-revealing trawl through memories of working with a genius"  - WhatsOnStage
**** "Stockwell bounces around among the audience like a leprechaun on acid" - The Reviews Hub
**** "The multi-talented Jeremy Stockwell recreates the old bounder before our very eyes" - Broadway World
**** "Leaves you both enchanted and intrigued" - Theatre Weekly
**** "Moving and raucously funny" - Theatre Box
**** "A one of a kind homage to a truly unique man." - Theatre Bubble

Open/closeReviews and Quotations

It’s a work that is personal, endearing, amusing and revealing, delivered by those who felt the flick of Ken’s hand on the tiller.
4 stars
Edinburgh Guide

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