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Fools & Kings' inaugural production was Cymbeline  at the Tabard Theatre, from the 28th of June to the 16th of July 2011: they then co-produced Mr Kolpert (by David Gieselmann, translated by David Tushingham) with New Symposium Productions for this summer's Edinburgh Festival. The production ran for the full festival at C-Soco Studios in August Street, at 6.40pm from the 3rd to the 29th of August. Oxford credits include Stravinsky's ballet The Soldier's Tale, Patrick Marber's seminal Closer, Beckett's Endgame, Pinter's Betrayal, Kander & Ebb's Chicago and Tony Kushner's Angels in America for the Oxford Playhouse. Further London credits include a transfer of Wield the Matter's original production of Oleanna, restaged for the Tristan Bates in Covent Garden. 

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More recent projects include Milly Thomas' original play A First World Problem, staged for Theatre503 by Holly Roughan. Recent work includes our first co-production with DEM (Donkey Heart, West End, A Bright Room Called Day, Southwark Playhouse): Paula Vogel's Pulitzer winning How I Learned to Drive, which ran at the Southwark Playhouse from the 11th of Februrary to the 14th of March 2015.


Fools & Kings is lucky to have Dame Judi Dench and Celia Imrie as its honorary patrons and Ramin Sabi as associate director. The company is led by Jessica Campbell and Jack Sain.


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