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A classic drama is reimagined with Player Kings tickets. The contemporary play is based on Shakespeare's Henry IV parts one and two. It was adapted by renowned director Robert Icke for the modern stage and brings history to the forefront. The drama, set during the reign of King Henry IV, tells of Hal, the king’s wayward heir who has befriended John Falstaff. As the king’s health declines and England becomes divided, he becomes increasingly concerned about his tavern-dwelling son’s reckless behavior. The drama merges two famous plays into one compelling work, bringing audiences back to the 1500s with a fresh rendering of a time-honored story.

The play premiered in 2024 on London’s West End with acclaimed actor Ian McKellen in the role of King Henry IV. The original work by William Shakespeare has been adapted many times for the stage and screen, including the 2019 Netflix series The King. Its timeless allure continues to fascinate spectators, and modern directors have breathed new life into an age-old script. Buy The Player Kings tickets from TicketSmarter today and watch a riveting production on stage. The drama deals with the conflict between a father and his son set against the backdrop of a country in turmoil. You can see the play live at distinguished venues such as the Noel Coward Theatre in London.

How much are Player Kings tickets?

Player Kings tickets for a premium orchestra seat have a price range of around $150-$350 per ticket depending on the venue. Stick to your budget with cheap seats in the back of the theater. A balcony seat will typically run $35-$55 each. Due to the size of the theatres on Broadway, ticket prices in New York can sometimes be 50-75% more than a touring performance.

Player Kings Show Schedule

Check the Player Kings schedule above to find a tour date that is convenient for you. When the performance is running for a week or longer, it usually runs Tuesday through Sunday with Matinées typically available on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to catch the show at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, Sarofim Hall at the Hobby Center in Houston or another theatre near you.