The Queen’s Knickers is a comedy for wise young children about hysterical adults.
Dilys is the Queen’s maid and is the royal custodian of Her Majesty’s undergarments. She guards them as if they were the crown jewels because if anyone were to take a sneaky peak the fabric of society would collapse. But one day, the Queen’s knickers go missing, causing a national state of emergency and a diplomatic incident of catastrophic proportions.
Told through stand-up comedy and clowning, The Queen’s Knickers is described as “a celebration of the garments we all wear but never show.”
This show is part of the Southbank Centre’s Festival Of Neighbourhood and is suitable for children aged three and older.