Go upstairs in the King's Head pub and discover the eclectic programme of at the victorian King's Head Theatre. Don't miss the live music, every Thursday to Sunday in the pub.
Venue Details & Map
The King's Head Theatre
115 Upper Street
- +44 (0)20 7226 0364
Went for pub trivia night (every Wednesday!) this past week.. My partner and I arrived early so we ordered two sandiwches - the "Chorizo, Smoked Cheese & Quince" one and the "Sobrasada, smoked lincolnshire poacher and quince jelly" one. I was a little bit disappointed there were no fruits and vegetable sides (not even a salad) but the sandwiches themselves were SO GOOD so it was ok.
A great little theatre style pub in Islington London.The small theatre is at the back of the pub which show fringe style shows. We went to see Margaret Thatcher Queen of the Game Shows which was fun. shows start around 9pm and seats are in the style of bench seats. It does get quite warm in there though! A fun night out for sure!more
A small to medium sized pub, which is also a fabulous theatre.
I haven't eaten there, so can't comment (though a friend was disappointed with the cold scotch egg she received). They have a nice selection of beers and wine, along with very friendly and quick bartenders. I'd definitely come back to drink and to try out the many options on offer for food.
I went for a theatre show and it...more
I could not rave about the King's Head pub and theatre more!
An intimate pub just past the high street, with a theatre to boot, the King's Head ticks all the boxes.
I ordered the pepper, pesto and ricotta doorstep sandwich. The revelers at the table next to me stopped what they were doing to discuss it in not-so-hushed whispers. Awkwardness of them watching me eat aside, the sandwich changed...more
What a gem of a place in the middle of Upper Street, Islington. A really nice pub with a theatre at the back. The theatre is independent to the Young's pub we were told by the Bookings Manager who introduced the theatre and the show, Hello Norma Jeane, an interesting concept and story regarding the equally interesting life of Marilyn Monroe and a grandmother who claims to be her, written by...more