Being an elf isn’t easy. Ginger is the only elf in North Pole history to have been fired from every job she’s tried. When Santa’s mailroom needs a last-minute replacement on December 23rd, Ginger’s sibling, the fastidious Nog, pulls some strings to get her the new position. All she has to do is open letters and run the switchboard – what could possibly go wrong?
All I Want for Christmas is a comedy full of slapstick humour and hilarious heart, sure to set your holiday season in motion.
***Please be advised this performance contains mature themes.***
Moon Coin Productions(Producers of ABBA Tribute ABRA Cadabra) Presents “Take It To The Limit” The Ultimate Eagle’sTribute, coming to The Fredericton Playhouse for the first time on Oct 29th!
This show features some of Canada’s finest musicians and vocalists, performing all of your Favourite Eagle’s Hits such as Hotel California, Heartache Tonight, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Take It To The Limit, Desperado, Life In The Fast Lane, Take It Easy, Love Will Keep Us Alive, New Kid In Town, Tequila Sunrise, I Can’t Tell You Why, Lyin’ Eyes and many more! See more info at: www.EaglesTributeShow.com
Join Fredericton Playhouse as they unveil the extraordinary line-up of artists performing on their stage next season. The evening will also include a “sneak peek” performance by one of their 2023-24 artists and an opportunity to win your Spotlight order!
In their upcoming Spotlight Series, you’ll find the quality and diversity of performances you’ve come to expect from them – including unique cultural experiences, intimate solo performances, large scale spectacles, a few returning favourites and some surprises thrown in for good measure.
Colourful, zany acrobatics for the whole family to enjoy!
The circus invades the museum!
Seven zany acrobats and an electrifying musician take in a monochrome exhibit. With a creative spark, they set off an explosion of color. In mocking defiance of convention, these wacky and endearing characters eagerly explore the exhibition inside out.
Dizzying feats, astonishing discoveries, poetic liberties, and a serious dose of some silly good fun come together to fuel this ode to creativity.
A career spanning 25 years has brought Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook multiple accolades, including a coveted Acoustic Guitar Magazine Player’s Choice Silver Award, 11 Juno Award nominations (he won for 2001’s Free Fall), a Gemini Award and, most impressively, 10 platinum and gold studio albums. Moreover, he has sold out concert halls the world over, produced 5 PBS television specials and 5 live CDs.
Since launching his career with 1995’s Tempest, Jesse has blazed an incredible trail. Along with being a global-guitar virtuoso, he’s honed his skills as a composer, producer, arranger, performer and, more recently, filmmaker and cultural ambassador.
This screening features the world’s best mountain sport, culture and environmental films, letting you experience the thrill and challenges of the mountain environments that inspire us all.
The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival is the most prestigious mountain festival in the world. Right after the festival, held every fall in Banff, Alberta, the Banff Mountain Centre Film Festival World Tour starts to travel the globe with stops in about 450 communities and 40 countries.
Some films may contain occasional use of strong language and partial nudity.