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All the King's Men are an award-winning vocal group, founded at King's College London in 2009. Since then, the group have expanded, touring the east and west coasts of the United States, South Korea, Hong Kong and Italy. In 2015, AtKM were crowned Europe's best a capella act at the ICCA competition in London, before making their Broadway debut at the ICCA finals in New York. Already "heavyweights" (Telegraph) of London’s West End, they made their first appearance at the Boston Sings A Cappella festival in 2016, where, as the only British group to have ever competed, they were awarded second place by a panel of Grammy Award winning artists and Swingle Singers. Now a staple act of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival after 6 years, AtKM’s show RADIO GAGA was reviewed with 5 stars by Broadway Baby Magazine and awarded a Fringe Laurel to acknowledge its 'official sellout' status. The group was also nominated for four Darkchat awards for Fringe Performance including Best Song and Best Show.


All the King’s Men record with American label, The Vocal Company, and their 5th studio album 11 is due for release in June 2016, and has already been nominated for three Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards (CARAs). Two songs from the album have been released as part of the music video trilogy, Leave a Light On, with the third being hotly anticipated to come out this summer.


Their performance at The Vaults marks the London leg of The 11 tour which has already seen performances in Boston MA, Rochester NY, and New York, and will continue on to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.



"If you like a cappella, you'll love this!" BBC Radio 2

"All the King’s Men were fantastic! They connected with a full house

and worked really well entertaining all from youngsters to grandparents

with a mix of songs"

"My favourite boy band of all time! I love you!" ***** ThreeWeeks

"Stunning" ***** - Broadway Baby'


27th & 28th June 2016






Prices do not include Booking Fee



Entrance to All The King's Men is via our

Launcelot Street entrance


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