Brad Milligan Presents PEI

November 3, 2018 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm at The Guild
A celebration of the immense musical talent Prince Edward Island has to offer, with all proceeds going towards MusicPEI. Will include performances by a number of PEI’s finest bands/musicians such as: The Royal North, Mathew Hannah (Little Cities), Logan Richard, Ceili Galante, Josh Langille, Brodie Watts (Defuser) and many more! The show will begin at 7:30pm with the ‘Brad Milligan Band’ performing some of the original material to start off the night.

This will be an all-ages event, with adult beverages available at the bar before and during the entertainment.

“So many amazing musicians seem to go unnoticed in PEI. This is an opportunity to bring the music community together, to have fun, and to showcase our island’s talent”
states Milligan.

The Brad Milligan Band includes:
Brad Milligan (Lead Vocals,Guitar), Mathew
Roch (Bass,Vocals), Andy Adams (Drums), Nathan Waite (Lead Guitar), Ceili Galante (Backup/Lead Vocals) who recently formed in Charlottetown, PE. Fusing together 60’s/70’s rock n’ roll and a bit of 90’s alternative, Brad Milligan Band brings a fun, high energy show wherever they go. With a keen sense of melody and catchy lyrics, you’ll find yourself singing the songs long after the show is over.

Tickets $15 – General Admission


Fall Fun Cabaret

October 21, 2018 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm at The Guild
An exciting evening of great entertainment will take place at the Guild on Sunday, October 21st at 7:30 pm. Hosted by our very own Diana Barry ” Rebecca Griffin” and Alec “Calvin Laveck “ it will feature cast members of Anne & Gilbert as well as musicians, crew, staff, and friends.

You are sure to enjoy every moment! Special guests include Todd MacLean, Julien Kitson, Ava & Lily Rashed, The Popalopalots, and Havenwood Studio dancers to name a few. Some surprise A&G alumni will make an appearance as well. A great evening of music, comedy, and dance!

A donation will be made from proceeds towards The Upper Room Food Bank Diapers in need program. Donations of Diapers (especially older toddler sizes) and baby wipes will be gratefully accepted at the door that evening as well!

Tickets only $22 and available at the Guild Box office in person or online.

Hope to see you there!

Are Dreams Just in Your Head?

Dream Chaser: Comedy Hypnosis at The Guild
October 19, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Have you ever wanted to travel to a tropical paradise? How about the Arctic? Ever wanted to ride the world’s best roller coaster or even take a trip into outer space!? Well, you can experience all of this and more by coming to The Guild for Matt MacPhee’s (The Mattman’s) hilarious comedy hypnosis show!


Matt has dreamed of entertaining for most of his life and began studying hypnosis while attending UPEI. Now Matt has mastered his craft and has been certified and recognized by the World Hypnosis Network of Canada and is ready to bring his show to you! Matt was with us for shows throughout the summer and this is your last chance to catch him on October 19th at the Guild!

Performance is at 7:00 pm and tickets are $20.

See All About It

How can an artist represent and honour beloved literature through art?

This is the question that motivated Island artist Jenni Zelin’s latest solo show, Well
Read: Literature Transformed.

Paying tribute to literature ranging from children’s picture books and young adult novels to classic and contemporary literature, nonfiction and stage text, Zelin’s show also reflects her work in multiple media, including pieces in acrylic, ink, felt, clay, ceramics, found materials, and comic strip art. One of the pieces serves as a miniature and
functioning lending library offering books to the public to borrow, trade, or read during gallery hours.

”What started as a multi-media artistic homage to the books I’ve loved throughout my life soon morphed into an homage to some of the artists and great works of art I’ve loved as well,” says Zelin.

In Well Read, Winnie the Pooh, A Wrinkle in Time and Catch-22 mix with Edward Gorey, Keith Haring and Picasso.

Opening night is highlighted by a special event in Drag Queen Story Time with Whatshername. This creation of Nicholas Whalen, an emerging Art Queen, uses self-
made costumery and provocatively curated performance to take drag out of its traditional contexts and into the art world. The opening also kicks off a two-week silent auction of many of Zelin’s art pieces from the show, with the proceeds being donated to the Confederation Centre Public Library.

Confederation Centre librarian Roseanne Gauthier is delighted that Zelin is dedicating
her show to the library, saying, “We’re thrilled to know that Jenni considers the Confederation Centre Public Library her second home, and we’re so grateful she has offered to donate the proceeds of her art show to support the free programming CCPL offers to people of all ages and from all walks of life.”

Well Read: Literature Transformed runs from October 3-14 at The Gallery at The Guild. Please note that the show features some mature content.

Queer Resistance Opening Reception Tonight

September 10, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at The Guild
Small Town Queer Menace Productions will be showcasing amateur and tenured LGBTQ2S+ artists from across the Island in an upcoming showcase at The Guild titled, Queer Resistance. The exhibit will run from September 4th to the 17th. This inter-generational showcase will tantalize the viewer with compelling and provocative pieces with a strong focus on the exploration of queer sensuality and defiance. During the course of the exhibit donations will be accepted for PEERS Alliance. Opening reception will be held on Monday the 10th, with light refreshments served.

Guild Goes Wild

September 3, 2018 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Join us at The Guild on Monday, September 3rd for the 5th annual Guild Gone Wild cabaret. It’s an evening of music, comedy and a celebration of all the wonderful talent being showcased at The Guild this summer.
Come and see The Guild staff and performers from the summer festival shows Anne & Gilbert, Atlantic Blue, Charlottetown Burlesque, Aladdin Jr., The Lion King Jr., Popalopalots, and more! The proceeds from Guild Gone Wild will continue to support island artists through scholarship funds, performance subsidies , professional development and Mentorship programs show starting at 7:30pm on Sept 3rd!

Catch Atlantic Blue Before She’s Gone

Atlantic Blue is the story of the great iconic songwriters from the region. Tara MacLean, a PEI born veteran of the stage, takes the audience on a journey into the past, telling the story of how music arrived and thrived on the east coast of Canada.


Using film to tell the life stories of these brilliant writers, and then song to illustrate their work, Tara transports the audience to a place of deeper understanding and connection with Atlantic Canada and our most treasured music. The show is funny, heart wrenching and beautiful, with a new, up and coming guest artist each night
to take us into the future, to where our music is heading.

This show is a timeless thread that weaves through the ages. It will captivate and inspire. The show will be running Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday nights at The Guild in Charlottetown, PEI July 10th to September 8th 2018.