Holly Cole A Swinging Christmas

live holiday events in Kingston

As the holiday season approaches, immerse yourself in the festive spirit with Holly Cole’s enchanting live performance at Kingston Grand Theatre on December 14th. Celebrated for her jazz and blues-infused renditions of classic songs, Holly Cole transforms holiday music with her distinctively soulful style

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Live theatre in Kingston

Blue Canoe Productions invites you to a magical journey into the heart of Narnia with their latest theatrical offering, “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”. Starting December 14th and running through to the 23rd

Deck the Halls at the Museum of Healthcare

Things to do in Kingston, Family things to do in Kingston

This holiday season, the Museum of Health Care is decking the halls with boughs of holly and much more! The museum elves have been working tirelessly all year and are thrilled to invite families to a day filled with yuletide cheer, creative crafts, and engaging activities that celebrate the season. Mark your calendars for December … Read more

Domino Theatre presents A Christmas Story

Get ready to be transported back to the 1940s Midwest with the heartwarming and humorous live theatre performance of “A Christmas Story,” adapted from Jean Shepherd’s memoir by Philip Grecian and directed by Dale Jones. This beloved tale unfolds at the Domino Theatre’s Davies Foundation Auditorium, located at 52 Church Street in Kingston.

In My Body by Bboyizm/Crazy Smooth

Live theatre in Kingston, things to do in Kingston

“In My Body” is a standout performance by Bboyizm that delves into the multi-generational aspects of street dancing and the challenges associated with aging in this dynamic art form. The show features a talented cast of 10 dancers and an international creative team, including the mesmerizing original music by DJ Shash’U.

The Nutcracker – The State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine

Kingston Holiday events

“The Nutcracker” is set to captivate Kingston audiences this holiday season, bringing a timeless tradition to the Kingston Grand Theatre on December 7th and 8th, 2023, at 6:30 PM. Renowned for its artistic excellence, the company breathes new life into the beloved story of Clara and her magical Nutcracker. Audiences of all ages will be transported to a world of wonder and enchantment, featuring stunning sets that evoke a sense of whimsy and elaborate costumes that add to the visual spectacle.

A Next Generation Leahy Christmas

Kingston Holiday concerts

in the festive spirit with “A Next Generation Leahy Christmas,” a heartwarming performance that brings the joy and warmth of the holiday season to life. The Next Generation Leahy invites you and your family to their Christmas home-away-from-home, where they share not only the beautiful music of Christmas but also fun family favorites.

Kingston Candlelight Christmas

Christmas Concert in Kingston

This enchanting event promises to fill your heart with the warmth of the festive season, featuring a delightful blend of beloved Christmas classics and a variety of seasonal favorites, all performed in the glow of candlelight. The Symphony has also prepared a series of surprises to make each evening truly unforgettable.

Good Lovelies Christmas Tour

Holiday music in Kingston

Celebrate the festive season with the enchanting harmonies and nostalgic sounds of the Good Lovelies as they bring their much-anticipated Christmas tour to the Isabel Bader Centre on December 16th. Comprising the talented trio of Caroline Brooks, Kerri Ough, and Susan Passmore, the Good Lovelies are renowned for their unique blend of folk-roots, old-time swing, soul, and bluegrass, creating a holiday atmosphere like no other.

Gryphon Trio: ECHO – Memories of the World

things to see in Kingston

“ECHO: Memories of the World” is an innovative fusion of music, video, spoken word, soundscape, and other artistic media, crafted by a core team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous creators. This project is more than an artistic endeavor; it’s a commitment to bridging gaps and fostering mutually respectful relationships between different artistic genres, timeframes, spaces, histories, and peoples. It’s an immersive experience that promises to engage, enlighten, and move audiences.