Shakespeare was the company’s principal dramatist (he also acted with them), but works by Ben Jonson, Thomas Dekker, and the partnership of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher were also presented. About 1608 another theatre, in the converted monastery of the Blackfriars, became the winter headquarters of the King’s Men.
When Shakespeare went to London he became a member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men which name was eventually changed to?
The King’s Men
Then, when he was made Lord Chamberlain in 1597 he changed the name back to the Lord Chamberlain’s Men. After Queen Elizabeth’s death in 1603 the new King, James I, gave the company his royal patronage and it became known as The King’s Men.