The All or Nothing Experience
Witness the magic of rock and roll and all things that come with it in this spectacular performance. Showcasing Carol Harrison’s exemplary writing and acting, the show traces the story of The Small Faces, a popular British psychedelic band.
Why Watch The All or Nothing Experience
Carol Harrison’s play has been a major success with three sold-out tours. It’s had an excellent run at West End and is here for only three more performances. The Small Faces was an immensely popular British band that began playing soul sensation and R&B. However, they morphed into one of the most famous psychedelic bands in the UK. This live concert show gives homage to the signature sound of this one-of-a-kind Mod band. You will listen to classic numbers such as Lazy Sunday, Tin Soldier, Itchycoo Park, Whatcha Gonna Do About It, as well as All or Nothing. It features special guests along with an extended set that treats your ears to the soulful music from the 60s. Get ready a concert show that you are never going to forget.
The All or Nothing Experience by Carol Harrison revolves around the iconic rock and roll story of the famous band, The Small Faces. When four ambitious East London kids united to create music, it changed the face of British culture and music for good. It became the pinnacle of everything cool when it exploded out of East End in the 60s. It was what one would call Mod. Follow the rise and fall of one of the most influential bands of the 60s, a band that captured the essence of Mod. An ode to rhythm and blues, this flavourful blend of music, attitude, fashion, and pop-culture is lovely to taste.
Steve Mariott is the life of the show and is the one who keeps it going forward. He is extremely lively and enthusiastic and has a thick Cockney accent. He is immensely passionate, and the acting does justice to the role. Samuel Pope plays young Steve, a man who is bubbling with energy, however, lacks business acumen. Older Steve is played by Chris Simmons and is also the narrator of the show. Steve’s mother, Kay, is played by Carol Harrison. She displays splendid acting and is the binding glue of the show.
Lovers of 60s Music | Lovers of The Small Faces
Carol Harrison is to be congratulated, not only has she written, directed, and produced All Or Nothing, she also plays Marriott's mother Kay, and her passion for the band and the era is brought to life in this feel good show. With the addition of perfect costume design by Charlotte Espiner and choreography by Cameron Hall the audience are transported back to the 1960's and the Mod scene.
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Know Before You Go
Children under the age of 14 will not be admitted.
The Arts Theatre has a seating capacity of 350.
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This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
You will receive an email with your voucher. You may display your voucher on your mobile phone. Please carry a valid photo ID for identification.