Sustainable Kingston is hosting the Kingston Climate Change Symposium at The Grand Theatre on January 17th. This event will feature speakers such as Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe, Lauren Saville of the Jane Goodall Institute, The Weather Network’s Chris St. Claire, and many other local industry experts. The overall goal of the Kingston Climate Change Symposium is to strengthen existing networks between community practitioners, policymakers and community members working on all levels of community based-climate change and to enhance our…
Are you ready to rock? Two of Canada’s most successful and meaningful hard rock bands, I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven, are on a cross Canada tour that makes its way to Kingston on January 19th. Tickets start at $49.50 and are now available. For more information on this show, please see the link below.
Guido Basso, Heather Bambrick, Mike Murley, Robi Botos, Dave Young, and Davide Direnzo are coming together to form the Canadian Jazz All-Stars for a show at the Grand on January 25th. This group has performed on the world’s finest stages and will be coming here for this great show. Tickets start at $19.50 and are available now. For more information, see the link below.
CBC’s award winning satirical radio show, This is That, is heading to the Grand Theatre on January 26th. These guys don’t just report the news, they make it up in this hilarious satire where nothing is off limits. There are limited tickets available and they start at $34.50. For more information, please see the link below.
What a Young Wife Ought to Know is a play written by Hannah Moscovitch. The synopsis is as follows: It’s 1920s working-class Ottawa, and young wife and mother Sophie is the host of the evening. We know her deceased sister will speak to her. We know her stable-boy husband makes very little money. We know that Sophie does not want more children. The showings for this show are: 30 Jan 2019 / 7:30 PM 31 Jan 2019 / 2:30 PM…
Love to Laugh is a three-act comedy show with comedians such as Jean Paul, Adrian Cronk, and headliner Scott Faulconbridge. This is set to be a great comedy show at the Grand Theatre and is a perfect Valentine’s Day date. Tickets start at $27 for this event. For more information on this show, see the link below.
The award winning Pink Floyd tribute show Comfortably Numb Canada’s Pink Floyd Show comes to Kingston on February 16th at the Grand Theatre. Tickets are now available and start at $33. For more information on this show, please check the link below.
Spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee, who will chat about his life and career, as well as his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. There will be stories and moderated conversation as well as questions from the crowd. Tickets are $49.50 for this show at the Grand Theatre in the Regina Rosen Auditorium. For more information, please see the link below.
The Lonely is a show celebrating the life and music of the great Roy Orbison. From his early hits like “Crying”, and “Oh, Pretty Woman” to his later work with The Traveling Wilburys, this show covers it all. The show will also feature a tribute to the Everly Brothers. Tickets start at $47.77 plus fees for this event. For more information, see the link below.
Canada’s #1 Beatles tribute show is coming to Kingston on April, 12th. They’ll be playing all of the Beatles songs you know and love during this sure to be sold out show. Tickets start at $40 for this event. For more information, please see the link below.
The Great Russian Ballet is coming back to Kingston with one of the most breathtaking ballets of all-time. The role of “Giselle” is one of the most sought-after characters in ballet. It demands both technical perfection, and outstanding grace, as well as great dramatic skill. Tickets start at $59 for the performance at The Grand. For more information, please see the link below.
Award-winning comedian Ron James is back for his Full Throttle show at the Grand Theatre on May 3rd. This show is called Full Throttle because it never lets up and James will keep you laughing throughout. Tickets start at $55 and are on sale now. For more information, see the link below.