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A Month of Memorabilia

We’re big believers at Kings Playhouse that the act of remembrance shouldn’t be saved for just one day. Throughout the month of November, we’re proud to present daily glimpses of items and symbols from wartime. We’re honoured to have access to Mr. Wayne Hambly’s personal collection of historical war memorabilia. Wayne has generously shared his meaningful collection with our Remembrance Day audience for a number of years, and this year we bring a small window into it online every day this month. Holding on to pieces of our history helps to remind us of the experiences and stories of those gone before and helps to teach us to do better and be better every day.


Theatre PEI includes The Charlottetown Festival, The Guild, Harbourfront Theatre, The Island Fringe Festival, The Kings Playhouse, The River Clyde Pageant, Victoria Playhouse, Watermark Theatre, and Young at Heart.

All in the Family

Every few years, the Confederation Centre gets together with friends and colleagues from other theatres to discuss trends, challenges, and successes in our industry. We finish at the end of the summit inspired and energized.


Thanks to Fredericton Playhouse, Théâtre Capitol Theatre, Imperial Theatre, Harbourfront Theatre, The Kings Playhouse, Atlantic Presenters Association for their ideas and enthusiasm! #theatrelife