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Are you in the script? Be a Player.

The Wakefield Players invite you to Come Play with Us! Saturday mornings from 10am to noon Join the Saturday morning play reading group in the atrium of the Wakefield Community Centre (more…)
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WIFF 2015

Buy Tickets - Wakefield International Film Festival, February 7-March 1. Eight Great Films Over Four Weekends. (more…)
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Ta Da! Festival 2015

Ta Da! 2015 , October 1-4. Ta Da! is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival with different arts streams. Theatre is always our main focus – the other streams may vary from year to year. (more…)
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Lorne Elliott, January 17 2015 – Sold Out!

He's back, and he's CHASING THE BIG SILLY! Lorne Elliott's latest comedy and musical theatre tour is playing at Wakefield Centre on Saturday, January 17th at 7:30 PM

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Sol Premiered in Iqaluit last night. It was such a success that they have put on a second screening tonight. We are really excited that Marie Hélène Cousineau will be attending our opening night screening on February 7th! For more on the film and to read a bio on the film maker go to www.wakefieldfilmfestival.ca

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This is one of the film's they will be talking about all year. Tickets are available on Theatre Wakefield's website: www.theatrewakefield.ca More info, the trailer and tickets at www.wakefieldfilmfestival.ca See you at the movies! ... See MoreSee Less

Mohamed Harkat's wife and advocate Sophie will attend the screenings of SECRET TRIAL 5 on February 14th and 15! Her husband can't come because this is a different province. Really. He has never been charged or convicted but he can't come from Ottawa to Wakefield. In Canada. We will make it a Valentine's Day she will remember.

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HOT NEWS: Two years ago Alanis Obomsawin attended our screening of her film The People of the Kattawapiskak River. Her Q&A was amazing. She has just agreed to return to Wakefield for both screenings of TRICK OR TREATY. We are so excited and honored to have her. Buy your tickets now. When she came before we had record houses. TRICK OR TREATY screens at 4 pm February 21 and 7:30 on the 22nd. See you at WIFF. ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out SOL and TRICK OR TREATY?, two films that speak to this issue in this year's lineup. www.wakefieldfilmfestival.ca ... See MoreSee Less

Winnipeg has been called the most racist city in Canada by Maclean's magazine. How its leaders responded is extraordinary.

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Are you in the script?

There are lots of ways to get involved – as a member of Theatre Wakefield, as a Wakefield Player cast or crew member on the next production, and more. Take a look at the opportunities.

 

 

 

The Wakefield Players ham it up in the Canada Day parade.