Queens Observatory Open House

Things to do in Kingston, Family events in Kingston

Queen’s Observatory Open House on Saturday, May 11th, at 7:30 PM. This enlightening evening will feature a fascinating presentation by Queen’s Professor Lawrence Widrow

Addams Family the Musical

Live theatre In Kingston Ontario

Embark on an extraordinary theatrical journey with Queen’s Musical Theatre as they present THE ADDAMS FAMILY, a mesmerizing musical comedy that delves into the quirky and charming world of a family unlike any other.

Queen’s University Concert Orchestra: QUCO Works Concert

live music in Kingston

Dive into a world of symphonic beauty with the Queen’s University Concert Orchestra (QUCO) at their Spring Concert, “QUCO Works,” on April 6th at The Spire. This enchanting afternoon, starting at 2:30 pm, is your opportunity to experience the brilliance of Queen’s University’s most talented student musicians.

Total Eclipse of the Arts

Kingston Eclipse event

Prepare to be enthralled by the celestial dance of drama and astrophysics at “Total Eclipse of the Arts,” where the stage becomes a gateway to the cosmos. On March 25th at 7:30 pm ET, Queen’s University’s Convocation Hall in Theological Hall will transform into a universe of its own, brimming with the creativity and imagination of bright young minds.

“The Prom” Presented by Queen’s Musical Theatre

Things to do in Kingston, Live theatre in Kingston

Queens Musical Theatre is thrilled to present the vibrant and heartwarming live performance of “The Prom,” a poignant and humorous journey that explores themes of acceptance, love, and the power of unity. Set against the backdrop of a small, conservative town in Edgewater, Indiana, “The Prom” follows the story of four Broadway actors whose glory days are seemingly behind them. In an unexpected twist of fate, they find themselves embroiled in the life of a young lesbian student barred from bringing her girlfriend to the high school prom. This captivating narrative brilliantly weaves together the highs and lows of adolescence, the struggle for acceptance, and the unyielding power of solidarity.