An RGR Productions and Foundry Group co-production

An Audience with Henry VIII

written by Ross Gurney-Randall and Pete Howells

Finished run

AGES: 14+
TICKETS: £10/£8

His Majesty does not have syphilis. He wants to make that quite clear. And as for the wives – there were perfectly good reasons why they had to go. And if we’re asking the awkward questions, Henry has one for us – where is God? Henry has been waiting 468 years to meet God and he’s running out of patience.

The 16th century King meets a 21st Century audience. Heads will roll.

This new show from a multi-award-winning team was a sell out with added dates at Brighton Fringe and won a standing ovation for every performance at Kansas City International Theatre Festival.

With Ross Gurney-Randall* as Henry VIII. Directed by Tony Haase.

*winner – Best Male Performer Brighton Festival 2011 for Big Daddy Vs. Giant Haystacks and Herald Angel 2007 for Follow Me.


Show Times

Thu 11th Feb


The script is witty and incisive.... a strong and commanding performance
Fringe Review

From the moment King Henry VIII storms the stage he rules the house. Ross Gurney-Randall makes a larger than life and imposing King - he delivers pure entertainment. It's a delightful performance
The Pitch, Kansas City

The show , in short, is anything but dry history. It's a comic romp that at times achieves palpable poignancy  
Kansas City Star

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About 3 months ago