Bundle Up in Centre Dollars

Buy $30 in gift cards, get $20 Centre Dollars

Gift The Gift of Arts!
Theatre! Shopping! Dining! Art Camps!

A gift for everyone on your list and a little something for yourself.

The Centre $20 Bundle includes*:

  • 5 Charlottetown Festival dollars  |  Valid for 2019 Charlottetown Festival tickets  |  Expires Sep 28, 2019
  • 5 Showcase shopping dollars  |  Redeemable at The Showcase Giftshop  |  Not valid on books, CDs and consignment items  |  Expires Dec 2019
  • 5 Mavor’s dining dollars |  Redeemable at Mavor’s  |  On per customer, per visit  |  Expires Dec 2019
  • 5 Arts Education dollars  |  Valid on 2019 summer camps  |  One per customer  |  Expires Dec 2019

Buy Online or Visit the Box Office, Mavor’s or The Showcase.

*Centre Dollars have no monetary value and are not valid with any other offer or promotion. No copies or facsimiles will be accepted. Promotion ends Dec 24, 2018

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Singing Noel

Joey Kitson is one of Atlantic Canada’s favourite singers. The versatile vocalist is equally at home singing Celtic ballads, soulful rhythm and blues, big band jazz, or mannered musical theatre. As the charismatic frontman for the band Rawlins Cross, Joey has toured through North America, Chile, and Europe, collected numerous music industry awards and helped sell truckloads of albums. He also has sung with the great Doug “Dr. Music” Riley, finding yet another outlet for his impressive musical sensibility.

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Over the past decade, Kitson has also maintained another career, performing musical theatre at Confederation Centre. He has appeared many times on the storied stage, beginning with a production of Bye, Bye Birdie while still a high school student. His other stage credits include Jesus Christ Superstar, British Invasion, A Matter of Heart, the blockbuster Canada ROCKS! and the timeless Anne Of Green Gables–The Musical™.

Sing Noel at the Homburg Theatre on December 16th at 3 PM.

Holly Jolly and the Reindeer Express

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 7:30 PM at the Harbourfront Theatre
All Seats: $26.00 tax & fees included

Oh by golly, let’s have a holly jolly Christmas this year!

Join us Saturday, December 15 for a Holly Jolly Christmas with Don Fraser & friends, featuring all the best of popular Christmas and holiday music.

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Get ready to hear those jingle bells a-rockin’ with PEI favourites Kendall Docherty, Catherine O’Brien, Caroline Bernard, and the Reindeer Express with Devin Hornby (bass), Alan White (drums), Don Fraser (keyboards), and Perry Williams (guitar). The night will also feature well-known Island entertainer, Marlane O’Brien, who’ll share Island Christmas stories to take you back to holidays gone by.

This December, gather around the fireplace at Harbourfront Theatre for an evening of music, stories, Christmas treats, & sing-along-songs that are guaranteed to fill your heart with festive cheer.

Santa Claus, a Monkey, and a Fairy

December 7, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at The Guild
Showing through December 16th.
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This is the story of how Santa Claus got started in the gift-giving business! Hear how Santa’s elves, Wisk, Peter, Holly, and Kilter, magically appear in his toy sack to help him build his wonderful toys! Discover the reason Santa turned to a sleigh and reindeer to deliver his delightful gifts! Learn how the Awful Awgwas, greedy creatures that live in dark caves, steal all the toys and kidnap the bearded fellow himself! Watch the children come to his rescue! Tap your toes to the lyrical beat of the songs and dances!

BASED ON THE BOOK BY L. FRANK BAUM

ADAPTED BY R. EUGENE JACKSON
MUSIC BY CARL ALETTE

Tickets are $15 or $20.

Slip Some Laughter Under the Tree

Put laughter under the tree this Christmas!

The Victoria Playhouse Flex Pass – four tickets to any of our Festival Season plays or concerts. Any day, any time, any combo! Fill someone’s stocking with laughter this year and save almost 20% off the regular admission price.

 

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Or call our box office at 1-800-925-2025

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Serena Ryder Christmas

| Homburg Theatre

Multiple Juno Award-winner Serena Ryder returns to the Homburg Theatre to deliver a rollicking set of Serena favourites mixed with holiday classics.
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For Serena, music is medicine. It’s the thing that soothes any ailment, and it’s the reason to keep going, even when times get tough. Serena has always been compelled to write songs, both because she loves creating music and because it heals her, inside and out.

The musician has won six Juno Awards and has had her songs placed in over 50 TV shows and commercials, including Grey’s Anatomy, VEEP, and Suits. Her single “Stompa” is 4x platinum in Canada and she’s sold over one million singles from her previous releases. “Stompa” also hit No. 1 at AAA radio in the U.S. for eight weeks (the most weeks at No. 1 since Adele) and landed in the Top 10 at Alternative radio, Hot AC, and AC.

Serena has shared the stage with OneRepublic, Kanye West, Sara Bareilles, HAIM, Pitbull, and Melissa Ethridge, and proved herself as a strong live performer with an avid fanbase. It’s clear that listeners feel the same sort of healing in the music as Serena does when she writes it. Music is the cure for anyone open to hearing it.
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Scrooge Goes Improv

An Improvised Christmas Carol
December 6, 2018 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm at The Guild
ACT’s latest production sees The Island Improv Company present Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, with a comedic twist: the audience is Dickens’ co-writer.
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Ebeneezer Scrooge (Noah Nazim) is still a miser who becomes a better person after meeting three ghosts, but key details are changed based on audience suggestions.

It’s a fun, hilarious, and sincere blast of Christmas cheer that is different every night.

Starring Noah Nazim, Johnny Novak, Nadine Salami, Nason Scribner, Darlene Lund, Stacy Dunn, Sophie MacInnis, Sophia Ball and John Mazerolle.