Traditional Theatre & Concert Venues
Dawn Oman Art Gallery
A new addition to area venues, housed in a decommissioned 1872 church building complete with stained glass windows, pipe organ, and belfry bell, this 150-seat performance venue is both acoustically stunning and visually striking. Well-equipped audio and lighting. A real bonus is the collection of instruments here, available to visiting artists on request!
BOOKING: Scott Henderson, (902) 312-1035
298 Granville Street, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, B0S-1C0, Canada
The Evergreen has been a mainstay of live music performance for years. Its 120 fixed-seats (including balcony!) make the space comfortable and inviting to its audiences, and the acoustics, equipment, and lighting are capable of supporting a wide range of performers.
BOOKING: David O’Leary, 902-825-6834
1660 Stronach Mountain Rd., Margaretsville, Nova Scotia, B0S 1N0
This century old 220-soft-seat gem is the heart of live performance in Annapolis. King’s Theatre features a digital sound desk and outstanding technical staff, making it a top-notch venue. Presenting a diverse range of genres, its faithful clientele are some of the most enthusiastic and engaged audiences you’ll find.
BOOKING: Janet Larkman, 902-532-7704
209 St. George St., Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, B0S 1A0
Completed in 2017, “The O” adds a delightful new performance venue to the historic town of Annapolis Royal. Seating capacity is approximately 140, with the scenic Annapolis Basin as a backdrop. Best suited for daylight spring, summer, and fall events. Audio and lighting gear available by arrangement. Great for sponsored, free-admission performances.
BOOKING: Town of Annapolis Royal, 902-532-2043
275 St. George St., Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, B0S 1A0