All or Nothing

All or Nothing, a musical that celebrates the story and music of the band The Small Faces, has just embarked on a UK tour.

The tour circuit includes venues including Manchester Opera House, the Wycombe Swan and the Forum Theatre, Billingham.

Tour dates are currently confirmed to run until 12th November.

The show’s writer, former EastEnders star Carol Harrison, is playing Kay Marriot in the production which is directed by BAFTA winner Tony McHale, the co-creator of the BBC hospital drama Holby City.


All or Nothing tells the tale of four charismatic young men whose passion and talent rocketed them to star-status, only to discover that the path to success was not as easy as anticipated.

Audiences will observe the roller coaster journey that Kenney Jones, Ian Mclagan, Ronnie Lane and Steve Marriot went on, and learn of the disastrous end that came to the band following four years in the limelight. 

The musical biopic covers the highs and lows of The Small Faces, from the millionaire lifestyle to the drug taking and self-destructive relationships that followed.

All or Nothing has been described as a trans-generational musical experience celebrating the unique sound of the Mod band.

It includes hits such as Whatcha Gonna Do about It, All or Nothing, Tin Soldier, Lazy Sunday, Here Comes the Nice and Itchycoo Park.

You can watch the video below for more on All or Nothing:

Selected tour dates

Pavillion Theatre, Bournemouth: 23rd – 25th June
The Vaults, London: 27th July – 27th August
Severn Theatre, Shrewsbury: 19th – 21st September
The Playhouse, Weston Super Mare: 30th September – 2nd October
Buxton Opera House: 3rd – 5th October
New Theatre, Cardiff: 1st – 5th November

Group rates

GTOs should contact their chosen venue for group rates and discounts.

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(Photo credit: Phil Weedon).