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For over 25 years, the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts has provided a world-class education to students within our community and around the world.

Building on the vision of our late founder Scott MacAulay, the College now enters into a new era of excellence. We have already raised initial funding of $2,700,000 and designed a modern facility that will provide new opportunities for enhanced learning, culture, and community.

The new Performing Arts Education Centre is equipped to facilitate the growing needs of students, faculty, and programming. Each space is carefully designed to invite hard work, inspire dedication and provide opportunity to o er more programming — and to more students — than ever before.

We invite you, our neighbors, to join us in a combined e ort of public, private and corporate partnership to make this project a reality. Let’s work together and empower generations to come. Let’s work together and build the Performing Arts and Education Centre.

Questions? Call us for more information.

Business Manager
The College of Piping and Performing Arts of Canada
619 Water Street East
Summerside, PEI C1N 4H8

Office: (902) 436-5377
Email: roger.downie@collegeofpiping.com

Watch Great Scot! Trailer


 

 

Call 1-877-224-7473 for more information on Great Scot! Promotion Nights!

 

An original stage production debuting in the summer of 2018. Exciting, vibrant and highly memorable – it’s a stage show that celebrates dynamic Scottish heroes, warriors, nobility and scholars through music, dance and song.

Characters rooted in dramatic Scottish history brought to life by an entertaining cast and beautiful visuals. Pipes and drums, dancers and singers, fiddlers and storytellers – It’s a contemporary spectacle with lots of traditional charm.

Multiple Gemini and Canadian Screen Award winner Shelagh O’Brien brings a whimsical but theatrical twist to the College’s showcase production, in the brand new custom-designed Celtic Performing Arts Centre.

Opening Night is July 11th, 2018 – and shows run throughout the summer.

All Evening Performances 7:30pm 

2018 dates

 

Aug 13th to 16th

Aug 17th Closing night

 

2018 Ticket Prices – Not including HST

2018 prices start at $35 plus tax.

Groups of 10 or more – 20% discount
Exchanges only

Doors open at 7pm


 

Four Tellers – The Last Laugh

 

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After three years of playing to packed houses in Georgetown and other theatres across the island The Four Tellers are back for another summer of storytelling in a show called The Last Laugh.
As in previous years the show is comprised, for the most part, of four friends and master-storytellers, Denny King, Gary Evans, Alan Buchanan and David Weale, sitting around a table swapping stories of the island that invariably have the audience roaring with laughter, or sometimes, brushing aside a tear.
Also, woven into the storytelling are the sparkling musical arrangements of Rachael Beck and Bennett Buell.
The unique charm of the tellers is the spontaneous, unscripted quality of the show which allows the audience to feel they are right there, in the kitchen, as the stories roll out, one drawing the next, like tissues out of a box.

As one reviewer, Gordon Cobb, wrote: “between the hoots and the hollers and the almost tears, there is the feeling in the theatre of being fully human. And fully alive. Catch it while you can.”
Because, after all, it is called, the last laugh!

August 23 @7:30


 Gold Rush 50/50 Information

August 16, 2018 Non Winner #1511 – $1638.00

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