The King in Yellow (Camden Fringe)

The King in Yellow (Camden Fringe)


Have you found the Yellow Sign?

Tragedy strikes an inventive sculptor, ominous dreams plague a painter and his model, and even hallowed places of worship hold no solace for the afflicted. Our Master of Ceremonies welcomes
all to bear witness as a group of young bohemians fall under the sinister influence of a play. Called The King in Yellow,​ It is said the second act drives the reader to madness... but surely that is
nothing but a rumour? A little light reading never hurt anyone.

The King in Yellow​ is a new adaption of the Victorian horror anthology by Robert W. Chambers.


Tickets £12 | Concessions £10 


WRITTEN BY: Josephine Czarnecki & Darwin Garrett

DIRECTED BY: Josephine Czarnecki & Darwin Garrett

OTHER CREATIVES: Based on book by Robert W. Chambers
RUNNING TIME: 60 Mins (No Interval)


TWITTER: @GIH_theatrics
INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK: @gay.innocent.heartless 
HASHTAGS:  #theKinginYellow, #haveyoufoundtheYellowSign, #newwriting, #gayinnocentheartless


The King in Yellow comes to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre as part of Camden Fringe.

The Camden Fringe is a performing arts festival, established in 2006, which takes place in Camden during August. Anyone and everyone is welcome to apply. Previous fringe events have encompassed new writing, opera, musicals, stand-up, sketch comedy, dance, cabaret, poetry, opera, mentalism, improvisation and Q&As.

The Camden Fringe was set-up as an alternative to Edinburgh Festival, offering performers the chance to try out new material and different ideas in a supportive setting with less time and financial commitments than EdFringe did at the time. The Camden Fringe aims to give anyone the chance to perform and showcase their talents, from very experienced performers and companies, to ambitious newcomers. Since 2006 the Camden Fringe has gained a reputation for supporting acts, providing helpful information and guidance for the acts involved.

For More information visit:

Twitter: @CamdenFringe

Venue Dates & Times
There are no upcoming performances for this event.

42-44 Gaisford Street, London, United Kingdom