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Songs of the Season

From our friends Under the Spire Music Festival – don’t miss original music and classic holiday favourites featuring Tim Chaisson and a few of his friends, on Fri 25 Nov.

Tim Chaisson is a JUNO, multiple East Coast Music and Music PEI award winning musician from Bear River, Prince Edward Island. Along with having three successful solo albums, he sings lead vocals and plays fiddle, guitar and percussion in the internationally acclaimed group, The East Pointers

Book your tickets here: https://underthespire.ca/events-2/songs-of-the-season/

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The Hall is Alive


We welcomed three of the Island’s most talented singer-songwriters to the Victoria Playhouse for the last two days. They were making a video on our stage. It was wonderful to hear live music in our beautiful hall again and we look forward to more events happening soon. Thanks Catherine MacLellan, Tim Chaisson and Rachel Beck for choosing to come to Victoria.

PEI Professional Theatre Network


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

Postcards From the Island

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CCOA Unveils ‘Postcards from the Island’ Series 

-New series from ‘CIBC Confed Centre Presents’ features the Black Cultural Society of PEI, Mi’kmaq Heritage Actors, Tim Chaisson, Ashley Condon, & more!


Confederation Centre of the Arts is looking beyond its walls for its next act. Under the banner of CIBC Confed Centre Presents, the Centre will soon deliver Postcards from the Island, a weekly online series featuring a rich depth of creative pioneers and local artists in unique locations.

This new 12-part digital series from Director Adam Brazier will launch on Facebook and YouTube Premiere on Thursday, August 6 at 8 p.m. Each 8-10-minute episode will profile a unique Island talent performing and sharing conversation with Brazier, all set within a range of culturally significant venues.

“This series is a love letter to the rest of the country saying: we wish you were here, but since you can’t be, here’s a taste of the Island,” glows Brazier. “We have an opportunity to present something different right now, to get out beyond our centre and share some creative dialogue and moving performances with our patrons at home—wherever that may be.”

Upcoming episodes include Ashley Condon sharing songs and conversation with Brazier from her Montague-based Copper Bottom Brewing on August 13 and the 2020 Mi’kmaq Heritage Actors performing on location in Skmaqn-Port La-Joye-Fort Amherst National Historic site the following week.

The August 27 episode will include a conversation with Tamara Steele, president of the Black Cultural Society of P.E.I and performers DJ Jane Blaze, Selecta Chevron, Reequal Smith, and Joe Dames. The four will deliver a two-on-two DJ battle and breakdance piece from Historic Rochford Square, a central site within The Bog, where Charlottetown’s Black community lived for many years.

The premiere episode will launch on August 6 and cast the spotlight on the Centre’s own mainstage, the Homburg Theatre, featuring a joyful traditional set from Island mainstays Tim Chaisson and the Chaisson Family. Immediately following the online broadcast, this episode will also include a fan Q+A on Facebook Live with Tim Chaisson and Brazier.

The creative team behind the project includes an all-Island crew, led by Brazier and Director of Photography, Jason Rogerson.  Postcards from the Island will air every Thursday through to October 29, with each of the 12 episodes also archived on the Centre’s YouTube.

Future episodes airing this fall will include artists: Patricia Bourque, Lennie Gallant, Gordie MacKeeman, Scott Parsons, Gadelle, Atlantic String Machine, and Tara MacLean. Featured venues and attractions will include Dalvay by the Sea, The Dunes Studio Gallery & Café, Watermark Theatre, and more.

Special thanks are extended to program sponsor, CIBC. The Centre is thankful to the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Government of P.E.I., and the City of Charlottetown for their ongoing support.

PEI Professional Theatre Network


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

Shifting the Focus With the Guild and Scotiabank

Our focus is shifting! Celebrate 25 years of community development and outreach with AIDS PEI Community Support Group Inc. through our Scotiabank AIDS Walk Event, SHIFT 25: AIDS PEI.

For this year’s national Scotiabank AIDS Walk, Canadian AIDS Society has given its provincial organizations the creative freedom to come up with innovative projects that can transcend the traditional walk event. AIDS PEI has created a long weekend of fundraising initiatives, that will begin on the 22nd of September, 2016 at the Trailside Café in Mount Stewart, with the melodic dream pop of Emilee Sorrey. Doors and kitchen are open at 6:30 with the show beginning at 8pm.


On the following Saturday the 24th, we invite all Islanders to clean out their closets in support of AIDS PEI, from 12 – 4pm we will be collecting bags of gently used goods from around the community in partnership with Value Village.

The closing event for Scotiabank AIDS Walk, SHIFT 25: AIDS PEI, will take place at 7pm at The Guild on Sunday the 25th. Featuring Rachel Beck, Dennis Ellsworth, and Tim Chaisson. In the lower level art space, a silent auction will be happening, featuring accommodations in our Island’s charming inns, artisanal wears, locally designed jewelry, and more.

Please join AIDS PEI in not only celebrating how far we’ve come in the last 25 years, but to also enthusiastically meet the coming years with tenacity and community support.