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Guide to Kings Place

Adresse90 York Way
N1 9AG
Vereinigtes Königreich
EnthältConcert Bar / Foyer
Hall One
Hall Two
Limehouse Room
St Pancras Room
Google maps51° 32' 4.736" N 0° 7' 19.697" W

Kings Place is a welcoming arts venue presenting an adventurous and critically-acclaimed programme. Music and words are the heart and soul of our vision.

Every year we curate a series of festivals to engage a breadth of different communities. We are a place where many audiences belong, a place where people connect with their passion and no-one is lost in the crowd.

By opening our doors, people and creativity can flourish. We provide stages for artists, space for local communities, share our home with partners, and offer audiences unforgettable, shared experiences.

We are Kings Place, the cultural pulse of King's Cross.


LondonNational Youth String Orchestra

National Youth String Orchestra
Bridge, Britten, Mussorgsky
National Youth String Orchestra

LondonElias Quartet: Reed Stanzas

Elias Quartet: Reed Stanzas
Beethoven, Beamish
Elias String Quartet

LondonZoe Keating

Zoe Keating
Zoë Keating, Cello

LondonDear Marie Stopes: Chamber Opera

© Claire Shovelton
Mills: Dear Marie Stopes
Alexa Mason; Jess Dandy; Feargal Mostyn-Williams; Liam Byrne
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Paradise Regained: a heavenly evening with Aurora

Ben Griffiths performs Dark with Excessive Bright © Nick Rutter
Missy Mazzoli's double bass concerto receives its UK premiere as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped season. 

Brecon Baroque celebrates women composers

Rachel Podger © Theresa Pewal
Thanks to the dedicated work of scholars and practitioners in the field, in the last decade, audiences in London have become relatively familiar with the music of female composers in the Baroque period.

Venus and the Violin: Tamsin Waley-Cohen

Tamsin Waley-Cohen © Ben Russell
Unjustly neglected works by Boulanger, Beach, and Clarke shine despite frustratingly inconsistent playing. 

Venus Unwrapped kicks off on an uneven playing field

Mary Bevan © Viktor Erik Emanuel
It was unfair to pair the exquisite madrigals and songs of Barbara Strozzi with a weighty piece by Monteverdi.