Blog | Page 2 | Kingston Grand Theatre

Blog

Canadian Dancer Returns Home with Internationally Renowned Hong Kong Ballet

Posted: Feb 29th, 2016 - 7:00AM
/ By:
Victoria Condlln
Standing strong on the toes of a talented group of dancers and choreographers, the Hong Kong Ballet has established itself as one of the premier ballet companies in Asia. Since 1979, the Hong Kong Ballet has evolved into a vibrant organization, and is becoming internationally recognized as a world-class institution. Coming to Kingston in March, this riveting and lively show features some locally...

Big Dig update for Thursday, February 25

Posted: Feb 25th, 2016 - 8:21PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
Thanks to the Kingston Frontenac Public Library for setting up a pop-up reading station in the Whig Walk at the Grand Theatre! Take a break and open a book. Update as of Thursday, February 25: Excavation of main sewer and water lines continues on Princess between Bagot and Montreal. Crews are progressing closer to the intersection of Princess and Montreal, and as a result, the intersection of...

Big Dig update for Friday, February 12

Posted: Feb 12th, 2016 - 2:46PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
Update for Friday, February 12: Excavation of the main sewer and water lines has begun in the block of Princess Street between Bagot Street and Montreal Street. Service excavation work continues on Princess Street between Montreal Street and Clergy Street. Electrical work is also being completed in the block of Princess between Sydenham and Clergy. The intersection of Bagot Street and Princess...

“So what’s the deal with that?” “Did you ever notice …?”

Posted: Feb 9th, 2016 - 9:01PM
/ By:
Bob Giarda
On Broadway, My Fair Lady’s Professor Henry Higgins pondered, “Why can’t the English speak English?” Observational comedy asks or points out the most trivial things to find humour in what society accepts as normal or unconditionally accepted. Beloved comic icons like George Carlin, Lily Tomlin, Danny Bhoy and Jerry Seinfeld are just a few of the observational comedians who’ve shared everyday life...

It's always a great time!

Posted: Feb 1st, 2016 - 8:17PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
How can one downtown have so many fantastic businesses? Downtown Kingston has done a great job with this Big Dig video! Enjoy the February thaw and come visit.

Big Big update for Thursday, January 28

Posted: Jan 28th, 2016 - 7:14PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
Update for Thursday, January 28: Service excavations continue in the blocks of Princess Street between Montreal Street and Clergy Street, with underground electrical work taking place in these blocks as well. Service excavations between Montreal and Sydenham should be completed in the next two weeks. Excavation of the main sewer and water lines on Princess Street between Bagot Street and Montreal...

Win a Raine Maida & Chantal Kreviazuk Meet and Greet

Posted: Jan 27th, 2016 - 7:09PM
Partners in life and now partners on the stage! Two beautiful voices will appear on stage Feb 11, just in time for an early Valentine's evening. Chantal has just released a new video for 'Into Me' - check it out here http://ca.hellomagazine.com/music/02016011822087/exclusive-first-look-chantal-kreviazuk-into-me-video/ Enter here to win two tickets to the performance, dinner at Aqua Terra and a...

Big Dig update for Friday, January 22

Posted: Jan 22nd, 2016 - 5:53PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
Update as of January 22: Service excavations will be completed on Princess Street between Bagot and Montreal by the end of this week. Starting next week crews will then begin setting up infrastructure for temporary water connections in this block. Service excavations and electrical work will continue in the block of Princess between Montreal and Sydenham. Beginning next week crews will begin to...

Big Dig update for Thursday, January 14

Posted: Jan 14th, 2016 - 6:30PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
Big Dig update for Thursday, January 14 Crews have been focusing on service excavations in the first two blocks of Princess Street, between Bagot Street and Sydenham Street. The majority of services have been completed between Bagot and Montreal, with crews focusing next week on services between Montreal and Sydenham. In early February the contractor anticipates moving into the third block of...

Feedback from our Grand Theatre Presents subscriber survey

Posted: Jan 13th, 2016 - 5:19PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
Our Grand Theatre Presents (GTP) season subscribers are those patrons who purchase four or more tickets to GTP performances. Our subscribers are an incredible resource and through their feedback they allow us to make the GTP experience better for all patrons. We would like to thank our subscribers for taking the time to fill out our recent subscriber survey. We would like to make some changes...

Pages