Located on Summerside’s beautiful downtown waterfront, the Harbourfront Theatre Festival is home to a cozy and elegant 520-seat theatre that celebrates the culture of our region through live dramatic and musical productions during the summer months. Featuring renowned touring artists and authentic Maritime entertainment, the Harbourfront Theatre Festival has something for everyone!
If adventure, education, getting close to nature and unforgettable scenery are in your vacation plans, then you don't want to pass up the opportunity to take a sea or river kayaking tour on Prince Edward Island.
Throughout July and early August, uplift your spirits and feel the exhilaration of the Heartfelt Celtic Experience, An ALL-NEW production of Celtic music and dance, involving the very best in Island talent! Featuring a cast of thirty, this high-energy show runs four nights a week, outdoors in a covered amphitheatre at the College of Piping
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One of Canada’s longest running theatres, the King's Playhouse is the cultural and entertainment centre of eastern PEI. Events include local and internationally acclaimed musicians, weekly ceilidhs, theatrical plays and much more. Newly expanded, accessible, licensed and air conditioned for your comfort.
Visit the King's Playhouse website.
PEI's longest running little theatre, is housed in the intimate and historic Victoria Community Hall. A favourite entertainment spot for Islanders and visitors, featuring contemporary comedy, drama and musical concerts, it's easy to see why The New York Times calls the Victoria Playhouse 'A Hidden Gem!' Authentic, friendly and professional. Don't miss us!
Visit the Victoria Playhouse website.
Anne of Green Gables The Musical™ 2015, cast. Photo: Louise Vessey.
When Prince Edward Island's railway was abandoned in 1989 Islanders were quick to notice a unique opportunity. The idea of a tip-to-tip shared use walking and cycling trail in the summer and a snowmobile trail in the winter was born. With beautiful rolling hill scenery, quaint villages and broad bay seascapes, the Confederation Trail is Prince Edward Island's portion of the Trans Canada Trail.
Since 1888, Islanders and visitors alike have come to Charlottetown to take part in the vast array of fun, educational and community activities that make up Old Home Week.