Don Quixote- A Knight on a Bike


Love makes us do crazy things like battle Giants, rescue the helpless from robbers, invent medicines or protect the public from travelling barbers. For Don Quixote this is all in a day’s work for a Knight of the realm, in a quest to prove his worthiness to his Lady love, Dulcinea. The trouble is that Don Quixote is not actually a Knight, has no battle skills and is in no way medically trained. What could possibly go wrong?


Join Exquisite Folly Theatre for this new adaptation of Cervantes classic novel around the parks of Kensington and Chelsea this July, where the audience and the actors are on bicycles. Expect extreme delusions of grandeur, singing, silliness, interactive storytelling and lots of fun. From the team that brought you the sell-out Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, A Christmas Carol and many more shows and tours on bikes in between.


This is a fully marshalled bike show through the parks and streets of Kensington and Chelsea. Suitable for everyone aged 10+ who can ride a bike (children must bring their own bikes).


Friday 12 July – 7pm
Saturday 13 July – 2pm and 7pm
Meeting point: Palace Gate, Kensington Gardens, on Kensington High Street

Show lasts about 120 minutes.


Tickets: £5 adults, £3 Concessions.
Book your tickets here


Age: You must be aged 10 or over to participate and be able to cycle. Children under 16 must bring their own bikes and be accompanied by an adult.

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A Christmas Carol on Bikes! from Amelia De-Felice on Vimeo.

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