Theatre fans can’t afford to skip out on a visit to Lancaster this month, and a stay at King’s Cottage Bed & Breakfast has you covered for the best shows in town.
This month, The Fulton Theatre is running “Buddy—The Buddy Holly Story” from today, April 22, until May 11. The music of Buddy Holly lives on in the theatrical production of the story of his rise to fame during the Golden Age of Rock N’ Roll. The immensely talented cast sings and plays his greatest hits, and they are sure you’ll be dancing in the aisles. The Fulton will also have three showings of “Suessical the Musical” on April 26, May 3 and May 10. Watch all of your favorite Dr. Suess characters like Horton the Elephant and the Cat in the Hat come to life on stage in the Jungle of Nool, Circus McGurkus, and more! Conveniently, The Fulton Theatre is only two miles from King’s Cottage.
Lancaster also offers two unbeatable dinner theatre experiences at the Rainbow Dinner Theater and the Dutch Apple Dinner Theater.
The Rainbow Dinner Theater is known for nonstop comedy. Running now through May 24, “Anybody for Murder?” tells the story of a man who thinks he has come up with the perfect plan to get away with murder; full of twists and turns that will keep the audience on their feet. Rainbow Dinner Theater is located only 10 miles from King’s Cottage.
Dutch Apple Dinner Theater is now showing “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” through May 11. In this comedy, the oldest of nine boys sets out to find a wife. When his new bride comes home to find six more bachelors, she makes it her goal to make the other brothers the most eligible bachelors in town. The show menu features Chef Carved London Broil, Garlic Lemon Baked Chicken Breast Florentine, Baked Cod and much more! The Dutch Apple Dinner Theater is only nine miles from King’s Cottage.
Book a stay with us at King’s Cottage for any of these shows and receive a discounted rate for tickets, as well as a luxurious stay that you won’t soon forget. We’ll see you soon at King’s Cottage!
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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When most people plan a potential trip to Lancaster, a few thoughts immediately come to mind: the Amish, farmlands, and rich history. While all of those things are true of Lancaster County, many forget about the urban paradise that is downtown Lancaster. King’s Cottage is one of the few locations to offer the best of both worlds, keeping one foot in the rich history of the Amish farmlands, while leaving the other foot in downtown Lancaster for fine dining and incredible entertainment.
Your stay at King’s Cottage Bed & Breakfast does not end with a cozy bed and a gourmet breakfast. The Innkeepers and experienced staff are always on hand to provide guests with information on local stores, restaurants, and historic sites to ensure that each guest makes the most out of their stay in Lancaster County. As Innkeepers, we have handpicked our favorite local businesses, eliminating any guess work for guests so they can enjoy their entire stay in peace.
The history of the Amish, their farmlands, and the great history of Lancaster is known to many, but an equally important aspect of any trip to Lancaster is the city. Downtown Lancaster offers some of the best restaurants and entertainment in Pennsylvania. From upscale dining at restaurants like The Belvedere Inn to the plethora of microbreweries and wineries; there is a place to relax for everyone.
Downtown Lancaster is also known for its constantly evolving art and theatre scene. The Fulton Theatre is a staple of downtown Lancaster, offering shows like “Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story,” “Les Misérables,” and “Seussical the Musical” through this coming June. We also offer special theatre pricing when tickets are purchased with your stay.
With this in mind, be sure to plan your next trip to Lancaster County with King’s Cottage Bed & Breakfast. Not only do guests receive upscale accommodations and gourmet breakfast close to downtown Lancaster, but the scenic, peaceful Lancaster Amish countryside is just a short drive away. The location is perfect for guests who want to experience Lancaster County's rich history, but also wish to be a part of a vibrant nightlife. We look forward to seeing you soon, and our official greeter, Sampson, will meet you at the door!
-Ann & Janis, King's Cottage Innkeepers