Girl power-fuelled 2 Become 1 returns to the King’s Head Theatre

2 Become 1 (c) The Other Richard (1) smallKerrie Thomason and Natasha Granger’s nineties girl power play 2 Become 1 returns to London’s King’s Head Theatre in April.

Following sell-out runs at two successive Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and a run at the Islington venue last year, the show – taking its audience on a female-fuelled trip through the music and mood of 1990s Britain – will run from 11-29 April with a press night on 12 April.

Inspired by the music of their youth, Thomason and Granger’s tale of four best friends on a wild night on the town has been reworked with new songs, new scenes and more comedy.

Explaining the origins of the play, Thomason said: “We really want to poke fun at the perceived glamour and shallowness of 1990s pop culture, but in a very affectionate way – it was a time when strong bonds between female friends were actively celebrated and this is our tribute to that.”

Produced by Swipe Right Theatre and the King’s Head Theatre, 2 Becomes 1 features Jessica Brady and Eliza Hewitt-Jones alongside writers Granger and Thomason.

Angela Thomas


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