Upcoming Shows & Events

Nostos Collective in: Sonderlings

March 30th at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 adults
               $15 students

Sonderlings is a trio full of eccentric, fateful and repetitive movements complimenting a dark cautionary tale from the 1700s, “The Man of Double Deed.”
Nostos Collectives is a group of dance artists based in Halifax and Toronto. The collective creates their own performance opportunities several times per year where the dancers are encouraged to collaborate and choreograph amongst each other. Embracing contemporary as their main form of expression, they include a variety of styles within that form which is demonstrated in the stylistic diversity of the dancers in Nostos.
Special guests include: Holland College School of Performing Arts, Dance Umbrella, and a special excerpt of “The Ocean Threw Us.”

Nostos Dance Collective Workshop

A great opportunity for intermediate and advanced dance students to develop new skills and techniques with contemporary dance professionals. 

Date: March 30

Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Tickets: $10


Date: April 6

Time: 7:30pm

Tickets: $28.50


Back By Popular Demand! An Evening with Elvis Starring Jonah Anderson and The Blue Suede Band (Robert Graham, Bobby MacIsaac, Adam MacGregor, Alicia and Shawn Arsenault). Come and join us to hear classic Elvis tunes from Love Me Tender to Burning Love! The Authentic Elvis experience – including the hair!



Down With Demon Rum!

Songs and Stories of Rum Running on PEI.

Dinner and theatre, featuring fish cakes, baked beans and “demon” rum cake.

Starring Hank and Rowena Stinson.

Date: April 26th

Time: 6Pm

Tickets: $45  

In 1902 the government of Prince Edward Island banned the sale of alcohol to it’s citizens thus beginning the longest, most successful cottage industry the Island has ever known. For nearly fifty years rum running and bootlegging provided a living for countless Islanders and fortunes for a few enterprising businessmen including Captain Edward Dicks from Georgetown. His legendary rum running schooner, The Nellie J Banks, was eventually seized by the prohibition police and hauled into the government wharf in Charlottetown. Captain Dicks was thrown into jail and subsequently prosecuted by the Canadian Department of Customs and Excise. But we don’t want to give everything away, so come to the King’s Playhouse in Georgetown and find out how it all ended.

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