Our unique community venue has been enriching and entertaining audiences of all ages with live productions and creative performances for more than 130 years. Offering a wide range of creative opportunities to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds, we invite everyone to participate in this creative centre of cultural and community development.

Throughout its history, the Kings Playhouse has never missed a season and continues to enhance the cultural life of our community through numerous productions, programs and concerts.

2021 is no different, and while we’ve broken away from the ‘norm’, our creative programming is certain to offer something exciting for everyone.

River Clyde Pageant Lantern-Making Workshop
Dec 10 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The River Clyde Pageant & Kings Playhouse present this FREE, in-person workshop! Which will be held at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown on December 10th from 5pm – 8pm, and will lead to a magical lantern procession from 6-7pm on December 21st in Georgetown.

Registration is required / Proof of Vaccination and masking is required for everyone over the age of 12.
Join us in some seasonal winter solstice celebration!

A Very Davy Christmas: songs from the 52 Songs Christmas Project
Dec 12 @ 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 12th at 2pm
Tickets: $20 + taxes and fees (single)
$30 + taxes and fees (family)
Join us Sunday, December 12 at 2 pm 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.”
True to his word, Dave wrote Christmas songs all year long. The Kings Playhouse has invited him to pick his favourites for a special Sunday afternoon performance. Dave has invited some special guests to put their own spin on some of his songs. He’ll also tell a few funny old stories from Christmases past.
Community Gatherings & Workshops: Christmas Tea & Tunes
Dec 16 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Georgetown Seniors Club & The Kings Playhouse joyously bring you:
Christmas Tea and Tunes
Christmas inspired delights and
live music~ 🎄 🎵
Thursday, December 16th
This event is free! All supplies included- Registration required. Proof of vaccination and mask-wearing required. Thank you!~

Kelley Mooney ~ Acoustic Christmas, with Catherine O’Brien and Marlee Saulnier
Dec 19 @ 2:00 pm

A special, downhome acoustic evening with Kelley Mooney, Catherine O’Brien and Marlee Saulnier. Come bask in the sweet merry melodies and heartfelt humour of Kelley Mooney and tuneful friends Catherine O’Brien and Marlee Saulnier.
Start time: 2pm
Doors Open at 1:30pm
Tickets $25

The River Clyde Solstice Walk
Dec 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The River Clyde Pageant presents the second annual River Clyde Solstice Walk this December celebrating the promise of light on the darkest day of the year, and The Kings Playhouse couldn’t be happier to be taking part in the luminous festivities.

The 2021 Solstice Walk will be a widespread procession of light on the darkest night of the year. From 6-7pm on December 21st, lantern processions will take place in Georgetown. Participants can meet at The Kings Playhouse, and will conclude their walk with food, beverages, and live music! Proof of vaccination is required to participate. Food, beverages and music can be enjoyed after the walk.
To register for the Solstice Walk, please;

There is a preceding River Clyde Lantern-Making Workshop at The Kings Playhouse on December 10th for which you can sign up by;
clicking this link

Dufflebag Theatre: Robin Hood
Dec 29 @ 6:00 pm
Wednesday, December 29th at 6pm
Adult: $15 (taxes & fees included)
Under 12: $8 (taxes & fees included)
While the King is away, the people of England suffer under the oppressive rule of his tax-happy brother, Prince John. Only a straight arrow like Robin Hood, the best archer in the land, can save England! By stealing from the rich and giving back to the poor, Robin keeps the spirit of justice alive, with the help of a few friends along the way, including Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, and Little John. But what if the Prince and the dreaded Sheriff of Nottingham lay a trap for our hero?
With all the humour and fun you’ve come to expect, DuffleBag hits the mark with this on-target tale of derring-do!

Kings Playhouse is a unique community venue offering creative opportunities to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds, we invite everyone to participate in this creative centre of cultural and community development.

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