All Or Nothing 2016

ALL OR NOTHING opened to critical acclaim and nightly standing ovations on 31 March 2016. The Sunday Express called it “A smile-inducing night of Mod nostalgia” with the Daily Mail’s Richard Littlejohn adding, “There are some great gags, the music is marvellous” and the Daily Telegraph agreeing that “All or Nothing delivers the goods. At once cheeky and reverential”.

Written by the award-winning actress Carol Harrison, and directed by BAFTA winner Tony McHale, 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.

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 sharpest Mod of all was known as a ‘face’. The Small Faces encapsulated all that is Mod, a unique blend of taste and testosterone, neat, clothes obsessed, and streetwise. But these cult sophisticates shared another passion, their dedication to ‘Rhythm and Blues.’

Carol Harrison, who also stars, is an award-winning actress and writer, well known for her theatre and TV work. Carol is probably best known as the exciting, fiery and passionate Louise Raymond in Eastenders.  The storyline between her and son-in-law Grant Mitchell gripped the nation and it was for this storyline that Eastenders won the BAFTA for ”Best Soap” for the first time. For seven years she played the incorrigible Gloria in the popular seriesBrushstrokes, and also starred opposite Ray Winstone as sassy Loretta in the comedy series Get Back. She also starred as Dorothy in two series of London’s Burning. Her latest TV movie Martha, Jac a Sianco for S4C won six BAFTA awards.

ALL OR NOTHING is directed by BAFTA winner Tony McHale, a renowned writer and director for television, with hundreds of hours of screen credits to his name. These include Murphy’s Law, Waking the Dead, Silent Witness, Dangerfield, Eastenders, Boon as well as his own international award-winning five hour television thriller made by London Films for the BBC, Resort to Murder, winner of the Cologne Film and Television Festival. He co-created the BBC hospital drama Holby City for which he won a BAFTA for Best Continuing Drama and was until recently the programme’s Executive Producer and Series Consultant.

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.

For further information, press interviews and images please contact:

Katherine Camps Kilgour at Bright Media on 07958 649502 or email

Chris Hewlett at Chris Hewlett PR on 0845 601 2833/07966 491 786 


6 – 8 Jun         The Hawth Crawley 

9 – 11 Jun       Norwich, Theatre Royal

16 – 18 Jun     Chesterfield, Winding Wheel 

23 – 25 Jun     Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre 

27 – 29 Jun     Guildford, G Live

30 Jun – 1 Jul St Albans, Alban Arena 

6, 7 & 9 Jul      Portsmouth, Kings Theatre 

27 Jul-27 Aug London, The Vaults 

29 Aug-3 Sept Southend, Palace Theatre 

5 – 7 Sept       Eastbourne, Congress Theatre 

9 – 10 Sept     Kingston, Rose Theatre

12 – 17 Sept   Ipswich, New Wolsey Theatre 

19 – 21 Sept   Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn 

22 – 24 Sept   Doncaster, Cast 

30 Sept–2 Oct Weston-super-Mare, The Playhouse 

3 – 5 Oct         Buxton, Opera House 

7 – 9 Oct        Yeovil, Octagon Theatre

11 – 12 Oct    Malvern Theatres

14 – 15 Oct    Reading, The Hexagon 

18 – 22 Oct     Manchester, Opera House

27 – 29 Oct    Wycombe, Wycombe Swan

1 – 5 Nov       Cardiff, New Theatre

10 – 12 Nov    Billingham, Forum Theatre 



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)”


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