All at Kings Playhouse

Something for everyone in Georgetown this summer

Blake Johnson and Christine Campbell
Blake Johnson and Christine Campbell

With a full lineup that features music, magic, comedy, art, chocolate and more, there is something for everyone this summer at Kings Playhouse.

After 20 years, Patrick Drake the Magician is bringing his magic back to Kings Playhouse this month. Will he reveal the secret of his magic that placed a card on the ceiling of Kings Playhouse that is still there to this day? Find out on July 7. Showtime is 7:30 pm. This event has a pay-what-you-can option.

East Coast Canadian Celtic-rock group Rawlins Cross is bringing their Sunrise Tour to Playhouse on July 16.

Performances of the romantic comedy, The Wonder of It All, will take place July 28, 30 and 31, and August 1 at 7:30 pm. On offer July 29 is High Tea and a Show. Audience members can enjoy high tea on the deck overlooking the gardens and then step into the theatre for The Wonder of It All at 3 pm.

The new KP Cabaret, which features a rotation of entertainment ranging from singing, dancing, comedy, drag and more, plays on select Thursdays at 7:30 pm through July and August. This month’s lineup includes Campbell & Johnston, Abi Hameline and Fascinating Ladies on July 6; and Nico Rhodes & Ty Koch, Treyla Parktrash and Lotti Max on July 20. 

Hauntings and History Walks will be offered in Cardigan on Tuesdays and in Georgetown on Wednesdays beginning on July 11.

Every Sunday in July and August the Playhouse will offer High Tea service on the deck overlooking the A.A. Macdonald Memorial Gardens. Visitors can enjoy sweets and savoury treats like homemade scones with clotted cream, homemade preserves, and Lady Baker’s Tea.

In addition, Kings Playhouse has Art in the Gardens with Patrick Guindon, monthly kids movies, Monday night ceilidhs, and chocolate making workshops with Shoreline Designs all summer long.

Rodd Brudenell River Resort is  offering special discounted rates for Kings Playhouse ticket holders.