A variety of entertainment

Small Halls closer, dance, drag, magic and more

The Ennis Sisters [photo by David Howells]

Kings Playhouse in Georgetown has a variety of entertainment on offer this summer. 

The Festival of Small Halls will present A Closing Fit for Kings with The Ennis Sisters, Inn Echo and Michael Pendergast on June 18. Tickets are selling fast.

The third annual Slice of Pride Rainbow Brunch will be held June 25. Attendees will enjoy entertainment and a multi-course brunch.

The artists in residence at the Playhouse through June are Oshun Dance Studios with Reequal Smith. The public is invited to attend free workshop presentations on June 15 at 6:30 pm and June 17 at 2 pm, and a final performance, We Are All Connected, on June 20 at 7 pm. We Are All Connected will explore the roots of cultural movement from the Caribbean and African Diaspora. 

Kings Playhouse will welcome Magician Patrick Drake to the stage on July 7 and Rawlins Cross on July 16. Performances of The Wonder of it All will be held on July 28, 30, 31 and August 1.

The Playhouse will offer weekly events through July and August, including: Hauntings and History Walks on Tuesdays in Cardigan and on Wednesdays in Georgetown; The KP Cabaret, which features a rotation of entertainment ranging from singing, dancing, comedy, drag and more, on select Thursdays; and High Teas on Sundays.

In addition, the Playhouse offerings this season include Art in the Gardens with Patrick Guindon, a monthly Kids Movie Series, chocolate making workshops all summer long with Peter Llewellyn, and art exhibitions on display in the Kings Playhouse Gallery.