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Bridge to the Past - Play and Songs by Ian Tamblyn, Directed by Mary Ellis

Bridge to the Past

Bridge to the Past is a lively romp through historical events, big and small, guided by two boys who discover a summer of adventure by the banks of the Gatineau River. (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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- a practical workshop for artists and arts/culture workers. Learn tips and tricks on how to get great results yourself. (more…)

AGM 2015

Annual General Meeting Wakefield Community Centre June 9, 2015 Please come out for our Annual General Meeting on June 9, 7 pm at the Wakefield Centre. Please come to get to know us better. Board Memders needed (more…)

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Some photos from our dress rehearsal for the Bridge to the Past tour! See you August 5th // 6pm // Maison Fairbairn House for our opening performance. If you miss the first performance, don't fret! We have about 20 stops scheduled around the Gatineau Hills throughout August so there is plenty of opportunity to catch this amazing show more than once! ... See MoreSee Less

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Can't wait to tour LITTLE ORANGE MAN to meet audiences in Theatre Wakefield!
Festival St-Ambroise Fringe Montréal / St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival and Ottawa Fringe Festival friends - want to do a road trip to Wakefield this October?

Produced by SNAFU Dance Theatre
Directed and co-created by Kathleen Greenfield
Photo by Mike Geiger
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Our first rehearsal for Bridge to the Past with Ian Tamblyn. No costumes yet, but things are sounding good and we're getting excited for August! ... See MoreSee Less

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Summer Film Camp is up and running. Week 1 is about to finish. There are still two openings for 13+ in Week 4 which is August 3. ... See MoreSee Less

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