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#Tranformation Tuesday

Posted: Jan 12th, 2016 - 1:44PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
Thanks to Quinsey for the great photo today. He was smiling and happy to chat despite the snowy day. Get directions, and maps and more to the Grand Theatre here.

Big Dig

Posted: Jan 8th, 2016 - 6:31PM
/ By:
jfossitt
JANUARY 7, 2016 UPDATE: -        On January 5th crews began service excavations on the block of Princess Street between Bagot Street and Montreal Street. This work will be continuing for the next few weeks. -        Beginning Monday Jan. 11, Princess Street will be closed to vehicular traffic at Sydenham Street to allow for crews to begin service excavations in the block of Princess Street...

Inspired acoustic re-works!

Posted: Jan 7th, 2016 - 4:52PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
It's not just unplugged, it's a "re-telling of the songs acoustically". On the heels of a brand new album, La Difference: A History Unplugged, Canadian rockers 54-40 make a stop at Kingston's Grand Theatre as part of their tour on January 20. Check out Neil Osborne's most memorable Canadian performance moment courtesy of fyimusicnews. Want to see the show from the front row and get your own copy...

Happy Ukrainian Christmas! Enter to Win DakhaBrakha tickets!

Posted: Jan 7th, 2016 - 3:44PM
You can't help but be swept away by the unique sounds of DakhaBrakha. Check out this mini concert - I dare you not to tap your foot in time to this beat!!   a Rafflecopter giveaway

Want to see a 1973 Genesis concert?

Posted: Jan 4th, 2016 - 6:30PM
/ By:
Bob Giarda
“The Musical Box recreated, very accurately I must say, what Genesis was doing. I saw them in Bristol with my children so they could see what their father did back then” – Peter Gabriel The Musical Box The exclusive, authorized by Peter Gabriel Re-Creation of Genesis' Selling England by the Pound Date/Time: Friday, January 22, 2016  7:30p.m. So What Is It? In 1973, Genesis toured Europe and...

Holiday hours at the Grand Theatre

Posted: Dec 17th, 2015 - 1:49PM
/ By:
Julie
The Grand Theatre Box Office is open Dec 24th from 12noon until 3pm and then will be closed until Monday, January 4th at 12noon. You can purchase tickets online anytime at kingstongrand.ca. Still looking for a perfect gift? Grand Theatre gift certificates are available to purchase online and never expire! You can buy them here. Best wishes for the holiday season and we look forward to seeing you...

Give A Grand Gift This Season

Posted: Dec 15th, 2015 - 4:36PM
/ By:
Bob Giarda
Giving the gift of live performance is easy with Grand Theatre gift certificates – buy and redeem them online or in person. Gift certificates can be used for any event sold through the box office. That's any of the hundreds of events presented each year to choose from, including Grand Theatre Presents series, Blue Canoe, Bottle Tree Productions & Workshops, Kingston Symphony and many more....

Win a holiday getaway!

Posted: Nov 20th, 2015 - 2:25PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Let's celebrate with a fantastic contest thanks to our Official Hotel Partner, Delta Kingston Waterfront Hotel. Enter below for a chance to win a spectactular prize pack. Don't forget to enter by Thursday, December 3 at 4pm. Thanks to Mark Aidan Bergin and the Ballerinas in the Streets "Sugar Plum Fairies" for the great photos. a Rafflecopter giveaway

What’s It Like To Be The World’s Most Famous Backup Singer?

Posted: Oct 27th, 2015 - 8:59PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
According to Rolling Stone Magazine, Darlene Love is "one of the greatest singers of all time". Why not find out for yourself? The amazing 2014 Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet From Stardom that shines the spotlight on the untold stories of such legendary background singers as Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer, Judith Hill, and more. You can see it for free at the Kingston Frontenac...

He changed people... for the better

Posted: Sep 22nd, 2015 - 3:12PM
/ By:
Stuart Payne
Dramatic Impact presents THE ELEPHANT MANby Bernard Pomerance*November 10-14 Bernard Pomerance’s play “The Elephant Man” is a blend of fiction and reality. Based on the life of Joseph Merrick, a horribly disfigured man in England of the 1880’s, this fictionalized version of Merrick’s life balances the reality of his life experiences within the context of London of that time period. The play is an...

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