Concerts & Shows

Concerts, stage shows, theatre productions, ballet, opera, dinner theatre; yes you can take your kids! Check out the latest family friendly concerts and shows!

Stadacona
‘Celebrate the Season’ with The Stadacona Band

The Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy is performing a diversified program that celebrates festive traditions including Kwanza, Hanukkah, New Year’s, and of course, Christmas. With an East Coast flair, the concert features the vocal stylings of CTV Atlantic’s Liz Rigney and Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Davidge along
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MR Cookie Concert
Musique Royale Cookie Concert: Dan McKinnon

Musique Royale invites you to hear Christmas songs and music for the holiday season, performed by singer and songwriter Dan McKinnon. There is limited seating available for this concert, to reserve in advance please email janellelucyk@gmail.com. Cookie Concerts are child-friendly hour-long presentations incorporating music with other artistic creativity for the
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Carol Fest
Carol Fest

Join the Halifax Centre of the Royal Canadian College of Organists for their annual Carol Fest! This celebration of Advent and Christmas relives the story of the Nativity through choral anthems, congregational carols, sacred readings, and contemporary poetry. This year, they are pleased to have the Choirs of First Baptist
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Unicorn Theatre
Unicorn Theatre presents ‘Frozen Jr.’

The Unicorn Theatre in St. Margarets Bay grew out of a drama camp held at the Shore Club in Hubbards in 1995. The theatre’s first production was Annie, performed in Hubbard in 1996. The Unicorn Theatre now performs out of the Bay Community Centre in St. Margarets Bay and offers
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A Christmas Dollhouse
A Christmas Dollhouse – A Family Musical

A Christmas Dollhouse is a musical for all ages based on a true story that took place in Nova Scotia during the 1930s. This production features a talented young cast as they tell their story of friendship, forgiveness, kindness, and community during the Christmas season in Nova Scotia. A Christmas
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The Celtic Christmas Show
The Celtic Christmas Show

The Celtic Christmas Show has quickly become a yearly tradition in Halifax. This 90-minute show evokes the magic and wonder of the Christmas season featuring a talented cast of Celtic musicians, singers, and dancers. The Celtic Christmas Show When: Saturday, December 11th, 2021 Time: TBA Where: Alderney Landing Theatre Address: 2
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Evergreen Festival
Evergreen Festival in Downtown Halifax

Bundle up and get ready to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with Halifax’s newest holiday experience – the Evergreen Festival! Enjoy 4 weeks of outdoor family-friendly festive fun. Follow their Facebook page for all the latest news and events! Evergreen Festival in Downtown Halifax When: November 26th
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Matt Anderson
The Snowman’s Ball: Matt Anderson and Friends – CANCELED

Get festive with Matt Anderson and friends this holiday season! It will be a holly, jolly good time as Matt hits the stage with his good pals Kim Dunn and Bruce Dixon offering up some classic and not so classic Christmas tunes. He also has special guests Reeny Smith and
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Creeperston Christmas
Central Zone Players presents ‘It’s a Creeperston Christmas’

The Central Zone players are back at it again! ‘It’s a Creeperston Christmas’ is a fun, zany, music-filled, upbeat holiday show. This family-friendly holiday tale is sure to entertain the whole clan… join them if you dare! ‘It’s a Creeperston Christmas’ When: Thursday, December 2nd – Saturday, December 4th, 2021
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When Duty Called
‘ When Duty Called’ FREE Veterans’ Week Concert presented by the Stadacona Band

The Stadacona Band and guest Indigenous artist DeeDee Austin, in partnership with Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building, is proud to present a FREE Veterans’ Week Concert – When Duty Called (formerly ‘Til We Meet Again Remembrance Concert). This year, the band will recognize and honour diverse communities whose members have
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