Halloween in April with the King Serpent Variety Troupe (and Fiends! …er, Friends!)

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Haunted Pirate Landscape

On Friday, April 13th, Captain David Fork Tongue will return from the underworld with tales of the macabre – pirates, mermaids, ghosts, and other ghoulish surprises you won’t want to miss!

We’ll have a few spooky guests joining us to celebrate Captain Fork Tongue’s reappearance in the land of the living, so check back to see who will be added to the lineup.

The show will be in the Arts at the Armory Cafe; 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143

Showtime is Friday, April 13, 2018; 8:00-10:00 PM EDT; seating starts at 7:45.

Advance tickets $10 on Eventbrite – Halloween in April with The King Serpent Variety Troupe . Tickets at the door are $15, so buy in advance and save yourself a few bucks for a yummy snack at the Arts at the Armory Cafe.


We’re making plans!

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NEW STARTING IN 2018! Captain David’s Pirate Parties – So you have to plan your child’s birthday party and you’re stumped on what to do. Then you remember enjoying a performance by the King Serpent Variety Troupe. Why not enlist Captain David and the King Serpent pirate crew to liven up the party? We guarantee to turn your event into a swashbuckling good time!

He Had it Coming?

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Audience participation portion of our Roaring 20s show, King Serpent Follies. Wally might be available for private gigs…

Rewind to Topsfield

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In October 2014, the King Serpent Sailing Circus was featured at Topsfield Fair in northern Massachusetts. Here is an excerpt from the show, the ever-popular Anna, the Handsome Cabin Boy. Enjoy!

New and Improved!

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Check out our new website – we’ve added performer bios and show descriptions!

A Beginning?

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Greetings from King Serpent!

This week the pirate crew will set sail for Danvers, Massachusetts for the Oniontown Variety Show at Tapley Memorial Hall, Friday, July 11th. We will have a special guest performer joining us – Alison Duda, hoopmistress extraordinaire!

For more information, visit http://www.danvershistory.org/events/events.html