In 1965 a new phenomenon erupted out of London’s East End. It was the essence of all that was cool. It was Mod.
All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical follows the rise and fall of Small Faces, fronted by Steve Marriott. The band encapsulate all that was Mod – a dedication to rhythm ‘n’ blues, a unique blend of taste and testosterone, clothes-obsessed and street-wise.
The show celebrates the unique Mod sound and features hits such as ‘Itchycoo Park’, ‘Lazy Sunday’, ‘Here Comes the Nice’, ‘Whatcha Gonna Do About It’ and ‘All Or Nothing’.
Producer, director, writer and star of the show Carol Harrison brings this “funny, fiery and brave” (Daily Star) new musical to the Ambassadors Theatre following its hugely successful five-week run at the Arts Theatre and UK tour where it played to packed houses and received numerous standing ovations.
Book now for "a smile inducing night of mod nostalgia" (Sunday Express).
Carol Harrison plays Kay Marriott and is best known for portraying Louise Raymond in ‘EastEnders’. Her theatre credits include Death of a Salesman at the National Theatre, and Ripen Our Darkness at the Royal Court.
Chris Simmons plays older Steve Marriott and has previously appeared in Entertaining Strangers (Lyric Hammersmith), and tours of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello. He is possibly best-known for playing Mickey Webb for over a decade in ‘The Bill’.
Young Steve is played by Samuel Pope whose theatre credits include Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol UK Tour, Lon Smith in Meet Me In St. Louis (The Landor Theatre) and the UK debut of The Theory of Relativity (The Actors Church).
Growing up in the East End during the 1960s, Harrison was stunned by the beauty and talent of a charismatic boy who once visited, he was Steve Marriott who later formed the band Small Faces with three others.
Harrison’s crush lasted a lifetime and her musical tells the story of the late musician's four years with the band, with contribution from Marriott's daughter and his former girlfriend P.P. Arnold who were involved in the development of the story. Marriott tragically died in a fire in 1991 and appears as a spirit who narrates his own story, watching the past being enacted with a mixture of pride and disappointment.
This Who’s Who of the 1960s music scene features an arsenal of brilliant hits that are true to the time, transporting audiences back to an era that was effortlessly cool.
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(5mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head left up to West Street. The theatre’s on your left past St Martin’s Theatre.