The Smallest Story Ever Told - play about young onset

The Smallest Story Ever Told is a new piece of theatre playing as part of The Kings Head Theatre's Festival 45 in North London, running the week beginning 16 November.  The play tells the story of a woman diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease in her mid 30's.

A tale told in reverse, this poignant piece of new writing explores the effect of the condition on individuals and families, reminding us of the importance of creating precious memories with the ones we love, and how devotion and heroism can often be the same thing.  This production is supported by the Alzheimer's Society and any profits made will be donated to the charity.

More information and tickets can be found at and you can watch the trailer here.

Performance dates
Monday16 November - 8.30pm
Tuesday 17 November -  5.30pm
Friday 20 November - 5.30pm
Saturday 21 November - 5.30pm
Sunday 22 November - 1.00pm

Sunday 22  November (1pm) will be a relaxed performance.  People experiencing dementia are particularly welcome.  The Kings Head Theatre is wheelchair accessible with limited space, they can be contacted directly on tel 02071 937 845. 

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