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Sep
5
Sun
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW
Sep 5 @ 7:30 pm
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW

SOLD OUT!

 
Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure to delight. 
The show features faces who have long been familiar to our stage, including:

MC: Linda Bailey
THE GHOST OF ARTHUR KING: Ken Maher
THE CENTENARY PLAYERS: Ryan Hebert, Phil Milo, Gloria Saesura, Gordon Keeler, Jim Wheaden, Nancy Anderson, Wayne Currie, Linda Doucet
THE HOOFERS: Karen Tomasino & Wayne Currie, Jane & Peter Nicholson
THE CHORUS: Elizabeth Rhymer, Becky Merritt, Heather LeBlanc, Noelle Lucas
THE PIT BAND: Noelle Lucas, Trish Fry, Anona Siwik, Christine Igot
MI’KMAQ FRIENDSHIP SONG: shalan joudry & Friends

DIRECTOR: Noelle Lucas
SCRIPT: Scott Campbell
TECHNICAL PRODUCTION & LIGHTS: Curtis Whittaker
SOUND: Dillon Tonkin
VIDEOGRAPHY: Devin Fraser
PRODUCTION SUPPORT & VOICE: Janet Larkman
HOUSE MANAGEMENT: Nicola Vance-Lousada
BOX OFFICE: Jessica Scott
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Jane DeWolfe
COSTUMES: Judy Dickinson
HISTORICAL RESEARCH: Philip DeNuke
GRAPHIC DESIGN: MacKenzie Cornfield
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Tina Usmiani (Chair), Tim Ruggles, Flora Hall, Jane Borecky
BIRTHDAY CAKES: Janet Myers
  • FREE – Reserve your seat online!
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
Sep
17
Fri
BILL STEVENSON & BETTY BELMORE BAND
Sep 17 @ 7:30 pm

SOLD OUT!

Sponsored by

JOIN BILL & BETTY IN A RETAKE OF THEIR 1982 GRAND RE-OPENING CONCERT AT KING’S THEATRE
BETTY BELMORE & BILL STEVENSON, joined by Tom Easley, Alan Jeffries & Mark Adam, will transport you with music ranging from sea shanties to old time country to swing jazz and beyond. Betty and Bill will recall some of the songs from the production ‘White Sails and Tall Tales’, which debuted at King’s Theatre in 1982. This was the grand reopening concert after the great refurbishment by the Annapolis Royal Development Commission. The performers memorably arrived at theatre by yacht!
 
Betty Belmore: guitar and vocals
Bill Stevenson: piano and vocals
Alan Jeffries: guitar, vocals and stringed instruments
Tom Easley: bass and vocals
Mark Adam: drums and percussion 
  • TICKETS ARE FREE!
  • Please reserve online or contact that Box Office at 902-532-7704
  • Box Office hours are Tues- Fri. 10-3
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Please note that once Nova Scotia reaches Phase 5, full capacity seating will resume.

Thank you!

 
Sep
19
Sun
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town
Sep 19 @ 2:00 pm
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada's Oldest Town

SOLD OUT!

NEW DOCUMENTARY RELEASE:

How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town

FREE by reservation

 
The story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and its projects

 

 In 1975, King’s Theatre was a dump, but it didn’t stand out because it matched all the other shabby and dilapidated buildings in Annapolis Royal’s downtown business district.  Its restoration in the early 1980s acted as a catalyst in the economic revitalization of our Town.

Come see this hour-long documentary by visual journalist Andrew Tolson and celebrate the story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and the people who made it happen!

Brought to you by the Rural Renaissance Project.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Three shows:

  • 2:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 7:00 PM   

Doors open an hour before each show.

FREE!  Reserve your seat online

Made possible by:

  • JANE NICHOLSON
  • ANDREW TOLSON
  • WILFRED ALLAN
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town
Sep 19 @ 4:00 pm
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada's Oldest Town

SOLD OUT!

NEW DOCUMENTARY RELEASE:

How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town

FREE by reservation

 
The story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and its projects

 

 In 1975, King’s Theatre was a dump, but it didn’t stand out because it matched all the other shabby and dilapidated buildings in Annapolis Royal’s downtown business district.  Its restoration in the early 1980s acted as a catalyst in the economic revitalization of our Town.

Come see this hour-long documentary by visual journalist Andrew Tolson and celebrate the story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and the people who made it happen!

Brought to you by the Rural Renaissance Project.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Three shows:

  • 2:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 7:00 PM   

Doors open an hour before each show.

FREE!  Reserve your seat online

Made possible by:

  • JANE NICHOLSON
  • ANDREW TOLSON
  • WILFRED ALLAN
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada's Oldest Town

SOLD OUT!

NEW DOCUMENTARY RELEASE:

How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town

FREE by reservation

 
The story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and its projects

 

 In 1975, King’s Theatre was a dump, but it didn’t stand out because it matched all the other shabby and dilapidated buildings in Annapolis Royal’s downtown business district.  Its restoration in the early 1980s acted as a catalyst in the economic revitalization of our Town.

Come see this hour-long documentary by visual journalist Andrew Tolson and celebrate the story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and the people who made it happen!

Brought to you by the Rural Renaissance Project.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Three shows:

  • 2:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 7:00 PM   

Doors open an hour before each show.

FREE!  Reserve your seat online

Made possible by:

  • JANE NICHOLSON
  • ANDREW TOLSON
  • WILFRED ALLAN
Sep
25
Sat
TOURNAMENT OF KING’s – 13th Annual
Sep 25 @ 9:00 am

 

 

SOLD OUT!!!

The 13th Annual Tournament of King’s is on!

Saturday September 25, 2021

 

Early bird registration until July 31st

Individual $90 ($100 after July 31st)
Team $350 ($370 after July 31st)

Shot-gun start with a 4-person scramble & a Callaway scoring system. This year we are once again offering a gourmet Box Lunch delivered to your cart at the 10th Tee. As always, you can expect a swag bag and lots of prizes!

Thank you to our Event Sponsor Annapolis Home Hardware Building Centre!

For more information, please email golf@kingstheatre.ca
or call King’s Theatre at 902-532-7704

For golf cart rentals, please call Fort View Golf Course at 902-532-7267

See you on the course!

Sep
26
Sun
100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS with Ern Dick: Part 1
Sep 26 @ 2:00 pm
100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS with Ern Dick: Part 1

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS:

A 4-PART SERIES OF STORIES AND PROJECTIONS WITH LOCAL FILM ARCHIVIST ERN DICK & GUESTS

 
Part 1: Sunday September 26 at 2pm:
Film Comes to the Annapolis Basin (with guest Doug Parker)

  • Featuring stories and films from the early days.

Part 2: Sunday October 17 at 2pm:

Understanding our History through Film (with guest Holly Meuse)

  • Featuring stories and films of Mi’kmaq, Acadian, Scottish heritage and others.

Part 3: Sunday November 14 at 2pm

Film and the Black Community (with guest Linda Bailey)

  • Featuring stories and films of Rose Fortune, the Lewis family, Daurene Lewis and others.

Film and the Arts (with guest Susan Tileston)

  • Featuring stories and films of Ernest Buckler, Kelsey Raymond, Wayne Boucher, Tom Forestall, Geoff Butler, Brett Hannam, Louise Pentz, and others.

Part 4: Sunday December 5 at 2pm

Making & Showing Films Here

  • Featuring stories and films sampling the works of current film-makers: Nance Ackerman, Tim Wilson, Andrew Tolson, Andrea Vandenboer, Bretten Hannam, and others.

 

Contact Ern Dick at ejdick@ns.sympatico.ca to recommend titles, share experience, or contribute to “film gossip”, as this is an ongoing project!

FREE! By reservation online

  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Please note: Seating will be distanced and masks will be mandatory until Nova Scotia enters Phase 5

 
Oct
3
Sun
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town
Oct 3 @ 2:00 pm
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada's Oldest Town

SOLD OUT!

 
The story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and its projects

 

 In 1975, King’s Theatre was a dump, but it didn’t stand out because it matched all the other shabby and dilapidated buildings in Annapolis Royal’s downtown business district.  Its restoration in the early 1980s acted as a catalyst in the economic revitalization of our Town.

Come see this hour-long documentary by visual journalist Andrew Tolson and celebrate the story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and the people who made it happen!

Brought to you by the Rural Renaissance Project.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Three shows:

  • 2:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 7:00 PM   

Doors open an hour before each show.

FREE!  Reserve your seat online

Made possible by:

  • JANE NICHOLSON
  • ANDREW TOLSON
  • WILFRED ALLAN
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada’s Oldest Town
Oct 3 @ 4:00 pm
RURAL RENAISSANCE: How the Citizens of Annapolis Royal Reinvented Canada's Oldest Town

SOLD OUT!

 
The story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and its projects

 

 In 1975, King’s Theatre was a dump, but it didn’t stand out because it matched all the other shabby and dilapidated buildings in Annapolis Royal’s downtown business district.  Its restoration in the early 1980s acted as a catalyst in the economic revitalization of our Town.

Come see this hour-long documentary by visual journalist Andrew Tolson and celebrate the story of the Annapolis Royal Development Commission and the people who made it happen!

Brought to you by the Rural Renaissance Project.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Three shows:

  • 2:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 7:00 PM   

Doors open an hour before each show.

FREE!  Reserve your seat online

Made possible by:

  • JANE NICHOLSON
  • ANDREW TOLSON
  • WILFRED ALLAN
Oct
17
Sun
100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS with Ern Dick: Part 2
Oct 17 @ 2:00 pm
100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS with Ern Dick: Part 2

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF FILM IN ANNAPOLIS:

A 4-PART SERIES OF STORIES AND PROJECTIONS WITH LOCAL FILM ARCHIVIST ERN DICK & GUESTS

 
Part 2: Sunday October 17 at 2pm

  • Understanding our History through Film (with guest Holly Meuse)
  • Featuring stories and films of Mi’kmaq, Acadian, Scottish heritage and others.

 

 
Part 3: Sunday November 14 at 2pm

  • BLACK LIVES MATTER IN ANNAPOLIS ROYAl: Film and the Black Community (with guest Linda Bailey)
  • Featuring stories and films of Rose Fortune, the Lewis family, Daurene Lewis and others.

 

Part 4: Sunday December 5 at 2pm

  • Film and the Arts (with guest Susan Tileston)
  • Featuring stories and films of Ernest Buckler, Kelsey Raymond, Wayne Boucher, Tom Forestall, Geoff Butler, Brett Hannam, Louise Pentz, and others.
  •  Making & Showing Films Here
  • Featuring stories and films sampling the works of current film-makers: Nance Ackerman, Tim Wilson, Andrew Tolson, Andrea Vandenboer, Bretten Hannam, and others.

 

Contact Ern Dick at ejdick@ns.sympatico.ca to recommend titles, share experience, or contribute to “film gossip”, as this is an ongoing project!

FREE! By reservation online

  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Please note: Seating will be distanced and masks will be mandatory until Nova Scotia enters Phase 5

 
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