Tag Archives: The Kings Playhouse

A Big Thank You

A big thank you to Rory Starkman for coming out to the Kings Playhouse yesterday to share the gallery with our local students and answer any questions they may have. Also a big shout out to Georgetown Elementary School for having such polite and involved students! It is always wonderful to have them here.

Thank-you for sharing “Gender Reveal Party” with us all Julie and Rory!

Photo Description: Three photo collage including pictures of Rory sharing with grades 4, 5, 6 students and a thank-you to Rory.

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Painting Easter Eggs

Pysanky is Ukrainian folk design that uses the batik method of wax and dyes to create beautiful geometric forms all on chicken eggs, which represent the end of winter and the birth of a new year.

Join Linda Weeks on Saturday, April 16th at the Kings Playhouse to try your hand at this creative art!

Advance registration is required.

All donations will benefit the Canadian Red Cross Ukrainian Humanitarian Crisis Relief Fund.

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Becoming Canadian

It’s official. After eight years in Canada, James Mullinger is finally…Becoming Canadian! And he’s written a show all about it. 🍁🎙


 A tale of immigration, confusion, love, wonder, joy, this new stand-up show (comprising new material as well as stories from the past decade) coincides with the release of James’ book (published by Goose Lane Editions) about his journey to New Brunswick which will be available for purchase at the show.

Since coming to NB in 2014, he has taken the country by storm. Sold out shows across the country, movies, TV shows, festivals, awards, stand-up specials he’s done it all. James has also raised more than half a million dollars for charities internationally. This show features brand new material for 2022 as well as remixed versions of some of his classic routines (which have notched up more than a million views on Facebook alone!). 🎉

Please be advised this performance contains occasional use of strong language. Recommended for 14+


Saturday, April 9 @ 7:30pm 📢

Tickets: $25 (taxes & fees included) at www.kingsplayhouse.com

#LiveComedy#BecomingCanadian#Kingsplayhouse#StandUp#CanadianComedian#ThreeRiversPEI#CantWait

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Winter Night Stories

Friday, March 11

‘Stories & Songs for a Winter’s Night’.

You won’t want to miss this stellar lineup of poetry, music and story at the Kings Playhouse that offers a soothing balm for the end of a long, chilly week.

Betty Wang, Tanya Davis, Rachel Beck, Gary Evans, Scott Parsons Trio – who could ask for more?

Tickets are onsale now at: www.kingsplayhouse.com, by calling 1 888 346 5666 or in person at 65 Grafton Street in Georgetown.

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Hear It Here First

🎅 Sunday, December 12th at 2pm Tickets: $20 + taxes/fees (single) $8 + taxes/fees (child)🎄 Join us Sunday, December 12 at 2 pm at The Kings Playhouse for an afternoon of brand new Christmas songs which are destined (we hope!) to be classics.The week after Christmas 2020, Island writer Dave Atkinson (CBC Radio, the Wereduck series) challenged himself to write a brand new Christmas song every week for a year. He called it The 52 Christmas Songs Project. 🎵 “I’ve always wanted to create something that lasts,” said Dave. “Can you imagine writing a Christmas song people end up singing year after year? That would be an amazing feeling.” ❤️ [Pictured: Island writer Dave Atkinson, holding a festive ukulele, extends a smile to the camera as he rehearses in the Kings Playhouse theatre.]#ChristmasMusic#ChristmasCarols#WinterisComing#MusicPEI#KingsPlayhouse#LiveMusic#AtlanticCanada#Togetherness#Falalalala

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In to Lunch

Lunchbox Theatre

November 5 at 2:00 PM  · CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! For 34 years, Lunchbox Theatre has been dedicated to the creation, development and production of new Canadian one-act plays, many of which have gone on to great acclaim after their premiere on our stage. We are looking for playwrights to submit one-act plays (45-60 minutes) for consideration for the 35th Annual Stage One Festival of New Canadian Work. Learn more and submit your work today. https://www.lunchboxtheatre.com/stage-two

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