New British musical Kin to have staged concert run in London

Brand new British musical Kin has announced a staged concert for London.

Emil Dale, on behalf of Factory Playhouse Productions Ltd, has revealed the highly anticipated new British musical Kin will have a staged concert run at Theatro Technis @ 26 Crowndale in London King’s Cross from 1 – 4 November.

Kin tells the gripping tale of a controversial cult leader’s acquisition of an old ranch in a small southern American town, igniting tensions with the local townsfolk that soon reach a boiling point. As the conflict intensifies, a shocking revelation emerges – Noah, the mayor’s son, becomes entangled in the grip of the enigmatic cult.

Inspired by true events from 1980s America and accompanied by an original 1980s pop-inspired score, this musical, written by Emil Dale and Stefan Kelk, will be presented in staged concert form at the converted church in King’s Cross, featuring design by Justin Williams and casting by Claire Cassidy for Debbie O’Brien Casting.

Leading the production in the role of Noah is the talented Joseph Peacock, known for his current appearance in the UK tour of Titanic the Musical.

Emil Dale said: “We just cannot wait for audiences to step into the extraordinary world of Kin! The creative team will fine-tune the production during its run, and we invite you to become an integral part of its evolution through feedback! We hope the way people engage with the material will inform its future life and, hopefully, even the future home of this brand-new British Musical!”

For those eager to immerse themselves in the captivating world of Kin, the concept album is already available on all streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music.

For more information and tickets, visit www.kinthemusical.com.

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Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.