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Off to the Rock

Tell Tale Harbour to tour Newfoundland and Labrador this fall

The new musical comedy Tell Tale Harbour already has its next destination after it makes its world premiere at The Charlottetown Festival. After its summer run, the show and its original cast will pack up and head to Newfoundland and Labrador for a cross-province tour. 

“Confederation Centre of the Arts is thrilled to partner with the Arts and Culture Centres to bring Tell Tale Harbour to Newfoundland and Labrador,” says Steve Bellamy, Confederation Centre’s CEO. “It’s a musical full of East Coast pride about the true meaning of home, so it couldn’t be a more fitting addition to the Come Home 2022 celebrations.”

The tour was announced by the Honourable Steve Crocker, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Minister of Tourism, Culture, Arts, and Recreation as part of the province’s Come Home 2022 programming. 

“We are thrilled to be bringing Tell Tale Harbour to our province,” says the Honourable Andrew Furey, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. “I want to say a very special thank you to our partners involved in making this happen, including Alan Doyle and Confederation Centre of the Arts in Prince Edward Island. We couldn’t have done this without your energy and support.” 

Several members of the musical’s cast and creative team are Newfoundlanders, including director Jillian Keiley, and co-adaptors Alan Doyle and Edward Riche

Tour dates in Newfoundland and Labrador include: 

September 27 (Concert): Labrador West Arts and Culture Centre 

September 29: Stephenville Arts and Culture Centre 

October 1, 3: Cornerbrook Arts and Culture Centre

October 5, 7, 8: Grand Falls-Windsor Arts and Culture Centre

October 12, 13, 14, 15: St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre

For all performances dates of Tell Tale Harbour in Charlottetown and Newfoundland and Labrador, visit telltaleharbour.com.

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Alan Doyle Ships Out

Look who’s making the rounds on the news circuit! 📺📰📻

Alan Doyle took some time out of his busy rehearsal schedule to speak with CTV Atlantic News about the fast-approaching premiere of Tell Tale Harbour at The Charlottetown Festival.

Tickets on sale now: https://confederationcentre.com/whats-on/tell-tale-harbour/

Enter our contest for your chance to WIN a trip for 2 to Tell Tale Harbour: https://confederationcentre.com/contest/

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Alan Doyle Postponed Until October

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Event Postponed to October 8, 2020

SHOW DATE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 8:00 PM at the Harbourfront Theatre
All Seats: $62.00 (tax & fees included)

Previous show date was Tuesday, April 7th, 8:00 pm. Ticket-holders have been contacted via email (or will be contacted by phone if no email is associated with their account) to inform them of the date change. Tickets for the original date will be honoured in every way for the new date. For more information about what happens when an event is postponed, click here.

Please Note: This event is almost sold out, and only single seats are currently available. Please contact our Box Office (open Monday-Friday, 12pm-5pm) if you would like to add your name to the wait list if you are looking for two or more seats together.

ALAN DOYLE
Rough Side Out Tour
with special guest Kelly Prescott

Alan Doyle brings his Rough Side Out Tour to Harbourfront Theatre with special guest Kelly Prescott. One night only!

One dollar from every ticket sold for this show will go to support the A Dollar A Day Foundation! Every online ticket purchased comes with one physical copy of Alan Doyle’s forthcoming EP (available February 14, 2020). Approximately 7 days after purchase, you will receive an additional email with instructions on how to redeem your album. Canadian residents only. One CD per ticket. Not valid for Fan to Fan re-sale.

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PEI Theatre is the Guild, Harbourfront Theatre,
Confederation Centre for the Arts,
Watermark Theatre, and the Victoria Playhouse