A young man becomes King after the death of his Father, King David. Solomon finds himself in the middle of an internal conflict as he battles with the responsibilities of being a King, his gift as a Poet and his insatiable lust for women.

Following sell-out shows House of David (2016) and Ramesses: the Rise and Fall (2017), House of Solomon bursts onto the stage with a  powerful allegory of kinship, betrayal, vengeance and lust.

Doors open at 6pm, the show will begin at 7pm.