A Summer… A Fair

Update: Visit the Our Hidden Hills website for more details. Theatre Wakefield will be touring the Outaouais this summer with its new play “A Summer…A Fair” written by Ian Tamblyn. We will present this heritage animation production ...
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Past Presentations

5th Annual Ta Da! Festival, Sept. 8-10th

We have a wonderfully eclectic mélange of theatre, live music, and dance at this year’s Ta Da! festival ...

A Confession

Theatre Wakefield and Filum Productions present ``A Confession: Based on the book by Leo Tolstoy” – One show only on Sunday, May 21st, 2017 at ...

Into the Woods

April 28-29, May 5-6 – Once upon a time… We have heard these tales from the very early days of our lives, reminding us to ...

Old Time Radio Chrıstmas

Old Time Radio Christmas
Theatre Wakefield presents The Wakefield Players in Scott Hébert-Daly’s Old Time Radio Chrıstmas Harkening back to the days of theatre by the radio, the Wakefield ...

Blake Field and the Case of The Curse of the Pharaoh’s Curse

Blake Field - Pharaoh's Curse poster
Theatre Wakefield presents the Wakefield Players in the latest installment of Scott Hebert-Daly’s popular detective Blake Field in "Blake Field and the Case of The ...

Wakefield Doc Fest Weekend

Wakefield Docs 2016
MUSIC – What it is! September 16 – 18, 2016 Centre Wakefield La Pêche Four films telling real stories about real people driven by, fed ...

Ta Da! Arts Alive Quebec is back with an amazing program in 2016!

Get prepared for an amazing weekend of theatre, dance, music, community art, an expanded outdoor market with a beer and wine tent. We have new performance ...

Shakespeare in Wakefield

There will be a whole lot of shaking going on this summer! And we'll start on July 10th with "Twelfth Night" Throughout the last hundred ...

Call for Auditions – No More.

Yes, we're doing Shakespeare!  After all, he's been dead for 400 years now.  We waited long enough, I think. The auditions went very well ...

Book Your Show

Have a show that can draw a crowd? Theatre Wakefield hosts a number of visiting productions annually. These are usually light-travelling shows with minimal cast and crew, and with the potential to attract a wide audience.

Great Hall

Great Hall, Wakefield Centre

  • 200-seat capacity
  • 226″ motorized projection screen
  • Programmable lighting system
  • Sound system with powered speakers and monitors
  • Technical services available

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