Today is Mon, 11 December 2023
A wildly-funny musical about a very serious issue, Rehab the Musical deals with the subject of mental health, fame and addiction, with warmth, compassion, humour and heart.
It’s 1999 and jaded 26- year-old pop star, Kid Pop, finds himself in court, after being caught red handed in a drug fuelled tabloid sting. An understanding judge gives Kid the choice between jail time or a rehabilitation centre for six weeks. It’s a no-brainer for Kid: rehab will be a holiday. But how could he have got it so wrong?
Balancing comedy with the heart-breaking truth that the drugs don’t work, Rehab the Musical will sweep you up on an emotional journey with a stunning musical score that brilliantly accompanies a timeless and universal story about striving to change our lives for the better, and that just for today, we'll be ok.
Starring Keith Allen, Christian Maynard, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Jodie Steele and Oscar Conlon-Morrey with soul legend Mica Paris, this is the must-see show of 2024. Written by Grant Black, Murray Lachlan Young and Elliot Davis and directed by Gary Lloyd.
Make this beautifully reimagined space your own, whether mingling with freelancers in the workspace and café by day, or unwinding at the bar and events space by night.
We caught up with Neon 194’s founder, Cymon Eckel, about what to expect at this exciting joint venture between Eckel of Mass & Void and Aaron Mellor of Tokyo Industries that’s open now.
It’s a place to be, see and hear – a cultural space, with great food and happenings.
Neon 194 is a multi-faceted space that acts as a home, a lounge, a meeting point, a breakfast, a lunch, post-work drinks, an exhibition, and a night-time space showcasing a broad selection of talks, gigs, performances and events, right in the heart of central London.
From a property perspective, you could say it’s a great execution of, post-Covid, re-purposing, where demands have changed, and people interact with us throughout the needs of their day.