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King’s Week 2023

29th June – 5th July

King’s Week 2023 has been and gone. Please feel free to browse the site to see what happened and check back here later in the year for KW24!

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PROVISIONAL DATES FOR 2024

Thursday 27th June – Wednesday 3rd July

Welcome

Welcome to King’s Week 2023 and the nearly 200 events on offer! It has been incredible to see the enthusiasm and new ideas that have come forward since our ‘reboot’ last year after the pandemic. The pupil-only morning events will remain and the popular Cultural Fair is now open to visitors. Tea House Show, Il Bar Italia, K-pop Dance and Classical Excerpts have joined Café Théâtre in showcasing the talent and heritage of different cultures within the School. Further, we have new pupil performances in Trapeze Act and The Magic Show. The ‘pupil only’ category has expanded significantly, particularly in the evenings with Traitors, Sundowners in the Cellarer’s and the Silent Disco.

You may be surprised to see that ticket prices have, in some cases, been reduced! The aim is to make prices affordable by separating the drinks price and allowing you to buy these separately should you so desire.

I am always hugely indebted to so many people and, this year, also the pupil assistants Alison (administrative), Syl (creative) and Sam (front of house) who have joined the team.

Thank you so much for supporting King’s Week. We look forward to seeing you!

– Florence Walton

It was surprisingly fun being able to perform…as I expected to be much more nervous

Anonymous pupil (feedback survey 2022)

Acting in Oliver Twist is something I’ll remember for a long time

Amreeta, Shell (Junior Play actor)

Everything went smooth as butter

Anonymous pupil (feedback survey 2022)

[The art exhibitions] were amazing

Anonymous pupil (feedback survey 2022)

Singing or watching The Serenade is an unforgettable experience

Cat, 5th (Crypt Choir member)

Excited to play some Eddie Harris

Giorgio, 6a (sax player)

We can’t wait for another cricket week at Birley’s

Benny, 6a (team player)

There was a good bit of everything

Anonymous pupil (feedback survey 2022)

Looking forward to making noodles for King's

Curtis, 6b (chef)

KiDaCo will be irresistible to watch as always

Lal, 6b (dancer)

The [sunset] yoga is definitely something to be continued

Anonymous pupil (feedback survey 2022)

Thrilled to be in the pupil-led concert, happening for the first time in years!

Lucas, 6b (concert organiser)

It is brilliant to be working in the professional Malthouse theatre again

Sebastian, Shell (backstage)

Hamlet provides an accessible approach to one of Shakespeare's greatest plays, and in the wonderfully calming setting of the Herb Garden

Harry, 6a (Claudius)

Please let us know if you have any questions.