Kings Playhouse is a community based, arts and culture centre located in picturesque Georgetown Prince Edward Island.

Rooted in rich history, the Playhouse has become the most vibrant and inclusive arts and culture centre in eastern PEI.

Featuring live music, theatre, contemporary dance, educational programs and community celebrations, the Playhouse also houses an art gallery with a rotating schedule of unique and inspiring exhibitions.

Taste of Georgetown -A Fall Flavours Event
Sep 29 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Experience a jollification of East Coast flavours and local entertainment as chefs, musicians, and historians invite you to experience an unparalleled evening at the historic Kings Playhouse in Georgetown.
You’ll be welcomed with a complimentary cocktail as you indulge in a roving reception upon arrival featuring locally crafted spirits. Eat and explore the beautiful A.A. MacDonald Memorial Gardens while delightful live music wafts over you from the deck of the Kings Playhouse. Be sure to catch the interactive oyster shucking demo hosted by award-winning shucker and guest host Patrick McMurray.
You’ll be invited to sit down in the Dedication Hall for a sumptuous four-course feast following the welcome reception. Prepared by Chef Jesse MacDonald from The Wheelhouse in Georgetown, Patrick MacMurray, The Georgetown Historic Inn and Restaurant, Maroon Pig Art Gallery and Sweet Shop, the meal will celebrate familiar and less-familiar hyper-local ingredients from the region. This unforgettable evening will be topped off with marvellous entertainers, Fiddler’s Sons, giving our guests a true Island experience.
The Songs of Johnny and June
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Friday, October 7th at 7:30pm
Tickets: $30

The Songs of Johnny & June celebrates the lives and songs of country music’s most iconic couple, Johnny Cash & June Carter, from their first meeting to their final days. Created by Jacob Hemphill with music direction by Melissa MacKenzie, this biographical concert features the powerhouse PEI duo accompanied by a rockstar band. Our very own “Tennessee Three” features Island superstars Logan Richard (lead guitar), Josh Langille (drums), and Sam Langille (bass). These three are known for their sizzling solos, kick-ass grooves, and phenomenal showmanship.

Show-goers can expect the renowned country songs they know and love, intertwined with stories they may have never heard. The Songs of Johnny & June will take the audience on a journey of the complicated relationship between these two legends of country music.


Kitbag Theatre began in November of 2020 with the desire to create, present, and produce theatre by and for Islanders at an accessible price. In its first year of operation, Kitbag produced six entirely sold-out productions on PEI, as well as a highly lauded Maritime tour of their inaugural production, Tuesdays & Sundays. Kitbag firmly believes that Islanders deserve a theatre scene that challenges, engages, and is accessible to all — all year round. From dinner theatre to cabaret, from contemporary play to theatre for young audiences, Kitbag keeps proving itself to be a vital new voice in the artistic community of PEI.


Jacob Hemphill, creator

Melissa MacKenzie, music director

Rebecca Parent, director


Jacob Hemphill, rhythm guitar, ukulele, vocals

Melissa MacKenzie, keys, autoharp, vocals

Logan Richard, lead guitar

Josh Langille, drums

Sam Langille, bass

Oct 22 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Saturday, October 22nd
Doors open at 5pm

Hosted by Demona Devil and Tori Nylon, join Kings Playhouse for an evening filled with a spine-tingling supper, and hair-raising drag performances, all wrapped in a murder mystery!

Featuring some of PEI’s most haunting Scream Queens:
Dorian Gray
Treyla Parktrash
Miz. Majestix
Lady Fefe Fierce
Vera Getty

Kings Playhouse acknowledges that we operate on the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq People. Epek'witk, the Mi'kmaq name for Prince Edward Island is one of the seven districts making up the region of Mi'kma'ki in eastern Canada. This particular part of Epek'witk is known as Samkook, which means 'the place where we land'. We are grateful for the opportunity to live, work and create in this beautiful place that has been stewarded for generations by the Mi'kmaq People.

To visit our partner theatre company’s webpage – Click the Young At Heart logo below!