All or Nothing - The Musical September 02 2016

All or Nothing the Musical

Have you been to see “All or Nothing” yet? It's going on tour and we can’t wait until it comes to Manchester on 18th October.   For those of you reading this, who are yet to see or discover this show, it’s the new sell-out sensation musical and it's just headed off on the 2nd leg of a major nationwide tour, visiting 15 theatres, in a run that continues until Saturday 12th November. 

The musical is written by the award-winning actress Carol Harrison and directed by BAFTA winner Tony McHale. Carol also stars in the show as ‘Kay Marriott’ and Chris Simmons as ‘Steve Marriott’. “All or Nothing” tells the electrifying yet bittersweet tale of Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane and Steve Marriott; four charismatic young kids from East London with humour, attitude, passion and above all talent. They became The Small Faces and were rocketed into the big time, only to discover the path to fantastic success is paved with exploitation, betrayal and ultimately tragedy.


“All or Nothing” celebrates the unique sound of the iconic Mod band. The musical is packed full of all the timeless hits, including the brilliant Whatcha Gonna Do About It, Tin Soldier, Lazy Sunday, Here Comes the Nice, Itchycoo Park and of course All or Nothing.

Photo: Phil Weedon

The Small Faces journey in the music business is as vivid and colourful as their sound. And theirs is a legacy which lives on – raw and soulful music which inspired a whole new generation of stars including Paul Weller and The Jam, Oasis, Blur, The Verve, Ocean Colour Scene, and The Arctic Monkeys. Not to mention millions of fans.

In 1964, a new phenomenon exploded on to the dingy British streets. It was the essence of all that was cool. It was Mod. Mods stuck two fingers up at the class-ridden society and its dull redundant culture. They were working-class free spirits who rode sexy streamlined Italian Vespas or Lambrettas.

The show is endorsed and supported by many of those who feature in its story, including singer P.P. Arnold and Steve Marriott’s daughter Mollie Marriott, who is the show’s vocal coach.


The show, which extended its London run at The Vaults Theatre due to phenomenal public demand, opened to critical acclaim and nightly standing ovations on 31 March this year.

Here is what the press said:

The Daily Star Sunday, “Funny fiery and brave… you’ll have a rocking night out”,

The Stage, “The group capture that unmistakable mix of anger and arrogance that defined the Mod sound.”

West End Wilma, “If you’re looking for a fun night out and some good old British Pop culture- get your tickets!”, “Exuberant, celebratory and enormous fun”, “It stands proud above the others (despite the band’s diminutive stature)”

Photo: Phil Weedon

There is still time for you to catch this show as it comes to the following theatres:

2017 DATES

 March 29th - April 1st Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
April 4th - April 8th New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
April 11th - April 15th Theatre Royal, Glasgow
April 18th - April 22nd Empire Theatre, Sunderland
May 1st - May 3rd Rhyl Pavilion, Wales
May 4th - May 6th Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
May 8th - May 10th The Plaza, Stockport 
May 11th - May 13th Rose Theatre, Kingston
May 15th - May 17th Grand Theatre, Blackpool
May 18th - May 20th Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
May 22nd - May 23rd Queens Theatre, Barnstaple
May 25th - May 27th Swansea Grand, Wales
May 30th - June 3rd Regent Theatre, Stoke
June 6th - June 8th Theatre Royal, York
June 9th - June 10th Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
June 13th - June 14th Hall for Cornwall, Truro
June 15th - June 17th Lighthouse, Poole
June 19th - June 21st Orchard, Dartford
June 22nd - June 24th Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
June 26th - June 28th Northcott Theatre, Exeter
June 30th - July 2nd Churchill Theatre, Bromley
July 3rd - July 5th Key Theatre, Peterborough
July 6th - July 8th Marina, Lowestoft
July 10th - July 15th Theatre Royal, Brighton
July 17th - July 19th New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
July 20th - July 22nd Corn Exchange, Cambridge
July 25th - July 29th Everyman, Cheltenham


30 Aug-3 Sept Southend, Palace Theatre 01702 351135
5 – 7 Sept Eastbourne, Congress Theatre 01323 412000
9 – 10 Sept Kingston, Rose Theatre 020 8174 0090
12 – 17 Sept Ipswich, New Wolsey Theatre 01473 295900
19 – 21 Sept Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn 01743 281281
22 – 24 Sept Doncaster, Cast 01302 303959
30 Sept–2 Oct Weston-super-Mare, The Playhouse 01934 645544
3 - 5 Oct Buxton, Opera House 01298 72190
7 – 9 Oct Yeovil, Octagon Theatre 01935 422884
11 – 12 Oct Malvern Theatres 01684 892277
14 – 15 Oct Reading, The Hexagon 0118 960 6060
18 - 22 Oct Manchester, Opera House 0844 871 3018
27 – 29 Oct Wycombe, Wycombe Swan 01494 512000
1 – 5 Nov Cardiff, New Theatre 02920 878889
10 - 12 Nov Billingham, Forum Theatre 01642 552663

Further dates may still be added, Check in with the All or Nothing Twitter feed:  hopefully you can make it to one of the shows.  For further information you can also check out the “All of Nothing” web page: