The Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre is a 379 seat, air conditioned and wheelchair accessible facility, set in the heart of Carbonear.
The theatre, which is located in the Conception Bay Regional Community Centre at 256 Water Street, has perhaps one of the most beautiful outdoor settings in the province.
Directly facing the Carbonear harbour, it is adjacent to the extensive George W. Earle Promenade which encircles the Ponds.
Since opening in 1998, the Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre has become the principal centre for the performing arts in Carbonear and many of the surrounding towns. As well as hosting entertaining acts from across the region, across the province and Canada and round the world, it is a showcase for local talent.
A major role for the theatre is to showcase local talent. The theatre hosts many concerts by local performers from the area. The regional Kiwanis Music Festival is held in the theatre each spring, along with the Western Avalon Regional Drama Festival.
"Highway of Heroes " Carbonear Collegiate Choir directed by Anne Whelan.
"The Only Home I Know" - Matthew Cooper
"Song for Matthew Brazil" - Peter Noel
'Woman of the Island' perormed by Emily Hurley
"Seven Drunken Nights" Heber McGurk
Irish Dance performed by Shawn Silver and dance students>
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Tel: 709.596.3831 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Open: Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm