Thursday 8th November 2018
The UK's longest running Musical Theatre Concert Tour featuring past principal performers from
Les Miserables. Delivering over two hours of the best of Broadway and the West End, and of
course featuring a stunning finale from Les Mis. This incredible concert is now in its 19th
Wednesday 28th November - 1st December 2018
Our celebrated and acclaimed school musical this year is Disney's 'Beauty & the Beast'
Be our guest!
Friday 16th November
Kai and Gerda had been friends for as long as they could remember,
Day followed day,
Always the same,
Until in a whirl of magic and deception, splinters of a magical broken mirror blow in the wind, freezing hearts and changing everything! As Kai is pulled under the spell of the powerful snow queen of ice and coldness, we follow Gerda’s quest to save her friend and return life to normal.
Can things ever be the same again?
Thursday 7th February 2019
"Nobody but me, till now, has ever heard. It's beyond
everything. Nothing at all that I know touches it."
New for 2018, we're proud to present a brand new
adaptation of Henry James' disturbing story of
horror and corruption.
In an isolated country house, a young governess
arrives to take care of her new charges, Miles and
Flora. But before long she begins to believe there is
something darker at work in the depths of Bly House,
and battles to save the children from the mysterious
figures who seek to corrupt them.
The Turn of the Screw premiered at the 2018
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, enjoying a sold-out
three week run at the Underbelly Cowgate.
Running time: 60 minutes
Friday 22nd & Sat 23rd March 2019
Patrick Marber's incredible play about truth. A celebrated piece of work for an adult audience.
Marber’s raw tale of sexual betrayal among four star-crossed characters earned him comparisons with the emotional heavyweights of 20th-century theatre.
“It is right up there with Williams’s Streetcar, Mamet’s Oleanna, Albee’s Virginia Woolf, Pinter’s Old Times and Hare’s Skylight,” wrote one critic.
Josie Rourke, the artistic director of the Donmar, describes it as “one of the great plays about the human heart”.
It’s about love, sex and the damage we do to each other in the names of these gods, with or without meaning it. (The Guardian)
Page-2-Stage Productions have been touring work across the country since 2010 and this is their first visit to the King's Theatre.
Saturday 9th February 2019
Echo Four Two Big Band is an 18-piece band line up with feature and guest vocalists. Yorkshire’s longest continuous running and most versatile big band.
The band is based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
Their musical specialities are:
Thursday 14th - Sat 16th March 2019
A showcase of a range of dance styles including contemporary, latin, street and lyrical. Gymnasts also display fantastic skill and precision with performances to impress. This year celebrates a decade of Gym and Dance. All performances were a sell out again last year so book early to avoid disappointment.
Thursday 30th & Friday 31st January 2019
The first production of The King's Theatre Company in association with Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate
“THE PROBLEM WITH GIRLS LIKE THAT IS THEY RUIN IT FOR EVERYONE. THE PROBLEM WITH GIRLS LIKE THAT IS THEY GIVE ALL GIRLS A BAD NAME”
Girls Like That is an urgent and explosive play that explores gender equality and the pressures on today’s digital generation.
Wednesday 3rd - Friday 5th April 2019
QE Senior Drama Production
The play cleverly re-interprets Shakespeare's Hamlet from the point of view of two minor characters: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. The Laurel-and-Hardy-like pair are totally incidental to the action of Hamlet, subject to the whims of the King Claudius – who gets them to betray Hamlet – and then tricked by Hamlet into delivering a letter that condemns them to death. Tom Stoppard's breakthrough play. play turns Hamlet on its head by giving these two the main roles and reducing all of Shakespeare's major characters (including Hamlet) to minor roles. Written around and in-between the lines of Shakespeare's play, Stoppard brilliantly takes the main concerns of contemporary theatre, the inevitability of death, the breakdown in communication and feeling – and inserts them into the text of a much earlier play.
9th May 2019
An evening concert where choirs from Queen Ethelburga’s and local primary schools join forces to demonstrate the skills of their singing groups.
A celebration of music, singing and our local community
Thursday 13th June 2019
A QE Production: Kings Magna
An adaptation by Fortina Stone
Directed by Justine Langford
Join Alice as she falls down the rabbit hole and into a world of the mad, marvellous and magnificent.
Featuring all your favourite characters, the show is a fast-paced, funny, family show for all.