Irish Mythen – May 30th
Born in County Wexford, Ireland, Irish Mythen made her way to Canada in 2006 to the Stan Rogers Festival and now has made her home in Charlottetown, PEI. Irish and her music have received many awards over the years and her latest release, the self-titled Irish Mythen, has gained recognition around the world with nominations and wins coming from Music PEI, East Coast Music Association, Folk Alliance International and SOCAN. Write-ups in Australian Guitar Magazine, the Rolling Stone, and a plethora of online publications world-wide have helped plant Irish firmly on the map of ‘Must See Artists’.
The Celtic Performing Arts Centre is pleased to welcome Irish Mythen to our stage on Thursday, May 30 at 7:30pm for an intimate performance that will take your breath away. Don’t miss out having the opportunity to hear Irish’s musical and storytelling abilities, a show not to be missed. Tickets are $25 each.
Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along – May 31st
It’s a tale as old as time…we welcome you to be our guest at the third sing-along of the season, Beauty and the Beast (animated version) on Friday, May 31st. Sing-along with your favourite songs and enjoy a fun evening with your hosts and a grab bag of props! Beauty and the Beast (animated version) tells the tale of a prince who has been turned into a beast and the young lady, Belle, who although originally a prisoner, becomes his friend and helps him learn what love is. Plan your costumes as there will be prizes for the best costume and the $20 ticket price includes a non-alcoholic beverage and a bag of popcorn!
Danspirations – June 1st
Tickets on sale soon!
Danspirations’ annual showcase of talented tap, modern and ballet students. “Legends” is a celebration of music, dance and life. Welcoming all to attend the local entertainment offered by dancers ages 3 – 18 years.
PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls present:
Stephanie and the Scots – June 22
Visit the following websites to get acquainted with the artist:
Highland Storm – Summer 2019
This exhilarating evening of Celtic music and dance will captivate audiences with a stunning display of Highland and step dancers and breathtaking sounds of pipes and drums. Combined with haunting melodies of beautiful traditional songs and the consuming fire of the fiddle, you WILL be moved by this authentic experience. Prepare to sit tight and hold on. There’s a Storm coming!
Oct 25th, 2019 – Rocky Horror Picture Show
Dec 2019 – Sound of Music
Dec 2019 – Frozen