Posted: Feb 14th, 2014 - 8:10PM
Comfortably Numb's 'The Complete Retrospective Show' is a must see performance that will give fans a unique experience to hear Pink Floyd songs performed live in concert as song concepts that even the most die-hard fan will enjoy! The intimate space of the Grand Theatre is the perfect place to experience a 70s live concert feel.
Comfortably Numb will present 'the hits' and some rare tracks as...
Posted: Feb 4th, 2014 - 4:25PM
Measha Brueggergosman peforms on our Regina Rosen stage on Friday February 28. Get your tickets today.
1. Her surname is a combination of her maiden name, Gosman, and her husband Markus' surname, Bruegger.
Measha says she had trouble deciding the order of the combined last names, either Brueggergosman or Gosmanbruegger. Eventually, Measha stated “I couldn’t see any other way. Gosmanbruegger is...
Posted: Jan 25th, 2014 - 9:35PM
Tonight's scheduled performance by Blackie and the Rodeo Kings is going ahead - please be cautious out there and get to the theatre safely!
Posted: Dec 20th, 2013 - 4:35PM
Have a safe and happy holiday! Our box office will be closed until Monday, January 6th at 12:00pm. Tickets are always available online at kingstongrand.ca. See you in 2014.
Posted: Dec 2nd, 2013 - 5:55PM
Tim Pearsall reviewed Colin James' show with Chris Caddell - and included some moody black & white shots of James on the iconic Grand Theatre stage. "I have seen Colin James in concert more than a dozen times, but this was the first time seeing him showcase his multiple hits in an intimate setting. I had my reservations about his "Up Close and Personal" tour but after only a few moments I...
Posted: Nov 18th, 2013 - 3:29PM
Kingstonians love their students! We welcome tens of thousands of them from St. Lawrence College, Queen's University and Royal Military College every year. That is why we created our Impact under 30 program. Supported by The Great Waterway, we offer anyone under the age of 30 the chance to see a long list of shows for half price. You can find out more about the program here.
Thanks to Naila,...
Posted: Nov 15th, 2013 - 2:05PM
36 years ago today, the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever was released, and went on to become the best-selling soundtrack of all time - until Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard surpassed it in the 90s.
The single Stayin' Alive became one of the Bee Gees most iconic songs - and the band had mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, the song made them incredibly famous, but on the other, it...
Posted: Nov 7th, 2013 - 1:33PM
Going to the theatre in Kingston is a special event. It depends on the show what duds audience members will wear - we've seen a few pairs of cowboy boots at some of our country shows, plenty of taffeta and tulle at the ballet, and soignee gowns at classical recitals.
At the Grand, you can wear whatever makes you feel comfortable at a performance and it's not unusal to see a wide variety of...
Posted: Nov 4th, 2013 - 4:03PM
Thanks to Matt Hartwick, for the great photo and review of the Matthew Good and The Gentlemen Husband's concert on October 24. You can read more of Matt's reviews at kingstonmusicreviews.ca
On Thursday night the Kingston Grand Theatre hosted a Live Nation presentation of Matt Good along with The Gentlemen Husbands.
Swiftly and quietly the Gentlemen Husbands snuck out onto the stage plugged in...
Posted: Oct 29th, 2013 - 7:14PM
Canadians are often accused of worrying they have no sense of identity, when it comes to the global stage. As the polite people with all the lakes, we suspect that hockey, mounties and Justin Beiber are the first three things that come to mind when citizens of the world are asked about us. But working with Bob Giarda, my colleague on the marketing team at the Grand Theatre, has made me realize...