Review: Into the Den

Personal Trainor

Accomplished PEI stage and screen veteran Dennis Trainor is a longtime ensemble contributor who is seldom billed as a solo star. A far fuller picture ...

Review: Popalopalots

Improv comedy at its finest

If you’re in the mood for highly energetic, side-splitting improv comedy, you won’t find a better performance in town than the Popalopalots. The p...

Summer art at Confederation Centre Art Gallery

Five new exhibits with Opening Gala on June 22

Fast Forward 6 artists and filmmakers This summer the Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) in Charlottetown is presenting Fast Forward, a multime...

Coastal Vibes

Charlottetown Canada Day Celebrations

Maritime pop band, Port Cities, will headline the City of Charlottetown’s 2019 Capital City Canada Day celebrations taking place Monday, July 1 in V...

Rollo Bay Fiddle Festival 

2019 lineup announced

The 43rd annual Rollo Bay Fiddle Festival has announced their 2019 lineup featuring 2019 ECMA winners The Barra MacNeils, 2019 ECMA winners and 2017...

Riding the Rails

Confederation Players celebrate 100 years of CN Rail

Confederation Players are marking two milestones this summer: the 100th anniversary of their program sponsor, CN Rail, and the 30th anniversary of the...

Look Who’s Home

The Island Summer Review with Patrick and Mark

The Island Summer Review  is returning to the theatre at Harmony House in Hunter River, with its new edition. The show has become an annual traditi...

Kronborg cast

Opening June 21 in the Homburg Theatre at Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, Kronborg—The Hamlet Rock Musical returns to The Charlotte...

Highland Storm

Celtic variety show in Summerside all summer

Highland Storm, presented by The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada along with Confederation Bridge, plays in July and August in S...

Hamlet Rock Musical

Shakespeare-inspired Kronborg opens June 21

“To be or not to be” is the most famous question in all of drama. And it is around this central question that the history of Kronborg—The Hamlet...

PEI Photo Club

Annual Print Show at The Guild

The PEI Photo Club will host their 37th annual print exhibition at the Gallery @ The Guild in Charlottetown from June 12 to 23. The public is invited ...

PEI Nature Inspires Craft at Eptek

PEI Nature Inspires Craft, this year’s celebration of craft exhibit, will feature fine craft inspired by PEI’s natural history. The inspiration pi...

PEI Jazz & Blues

The TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival celebrates its 15th anniversary with a 5-day celebration of music, culture and art beginning June 26, featuring 1...

Live and well

Summer full of entertainment in Georgetown

Kings Playhouse summer season begins with a dance-a-thon event called We Like to Move It. In partnership with Participaction and Go! East PEI, Kings P...

Art Exhibits: June 2019

Artisans on Main Montague An artisan co-op gallery: painting, art prints, photography, art cards, sewing, quilts, cushions, pottery, jewellery, soap,...

1st Annual PEI Craft Beer Week

June 1–8

PEI Craft Beer Alliance will present PEI Craft Beer Week June 1 to 8 in partnership with PEI Liquor, Food Island Partnership, and Tourism PEI. Events ...

Inn Echo

Inn Echo’s music is a vibrant instrumentally-fueled road-trip through genres, echoing songs of days bygone as well as the sounds of today, where you...

Forest health

When I do talks or teach courses on forest ecology, my presentations generally have one thing to read. It is a wise quote by a Forest Ecologist named ...

Everything store

The Sari Sari Store in Bloomfield

Ruby Lubigan saw a specific need in West Prince and answered the call. She and her partner, Kent Clements, opened the Sari Sari Store (Asian food stor...

CFUW Celebrates 100 Years

The 100th anniversary of the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) was celebrated recently. Doris Anderson and Lucille Hogg, charter member...

Symons Medallist

Senator Murray Sinclair is 2019 recipient

Confederation Centre of the Arts announced recently that the 2019 Symons Medal will be awarded to Senator Murray Sinclair on November 1 in Charlotteto...

Small Halls #11

Island-wide rural festival runs June 9–23

The PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls, a traditional music, dance and storytelling festival, returns for its eleventh season to rural communities acr...

Student Entrepreneur

Chamber of Commerce awards Mary Beth Campbell

Mary Beth Campbell, co-founder of Luxury Market Consignment, is the recipient of the 2019 Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce Student Entre...

The Testaments

Margaret Atwood comes to Charlottetown on October 4

Charlottetown’s Bookmark is presenting an evening with Canadian novelist, poet, literary critic and inventor Margaret Atwood to celebrate the public...

The ECMA Big Blue

The City of Charlottetown commissioned local artist Ashley Anne Clark to add a touch of PEI to Big Blue, the East Coast Music Awards guitar that is sy...

this town is small Artists in Residence

From June 3–24 Peter Christenson (WA, USA) will be artist-in-residence at Upstreet Studio, Allen St, Charlottetown. Christenson is a multidiscipli...

Beach Bocce

Tacky Fish

PEI summer music act Tacky Fish releases his latest single, Beach Bocce, on June 1. Tacky Fish celebrates all things summer with fun and funny songs. ...

Inn Echo

Inn Echo

Inn Echo will launch their Inn Echo recording in The Pourhouse June 29 at 8 pm. Inn Echo’s album launch is part of the first annual Traditional Iris...

Micro-grants

There are 10 newly funded community sustainability projects in the Capital region, thanks to the City of Charlottetown’s Micro-Grants Program. Each ...

New Music faculty at UPEI

Magdalena von Eccher and Dale Sorensen

The UPEI Department of Music has announced two new appointments to its faculty beginning this fall: Magdalena von Eccher as Assistant Professor of Pia...

Musical treats at Harbourfront Theatre

Matt Andersen, Shanneyganock, Chad Lewis, more

The start of June means the start of the summer season at Harbourfront Theatre. The Summerside theatre has shows year-round, and for 2019, their summe...

PEI’s Most Loved Burger

For the April 2019 edition of Burger Love the winner of Most Loved Burger, decided by fans from online voting, is Phinley’s Restaurant in Stratford ...

Mavor’s update

Confederation Centre restaurant gets ready for summer

With summer just around the corner, Confederation Centre of the Arts has announced a host of changes at Mavor’s. The restaurant—named to honour Ma...

Watermark Theatre casting update

Hannah Wayne-Phillips joins the company

There is a slight change to the casting for Watermark’s 2019 summer season. Kathyrn McCormack, previously announced as a member of the 2019 summer s...

PEI Bluegrass Festival sets up in new location

Welcome to Dundas

The PEI Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival is on the move. After twenty- three years at the Rollo Bay Festival Grounds the festival has moved to th...

Lady and the Plant(s)

Kathy Birt

When Island author Kathy Birt launched her book of fiction, Lady and the Plant(s) in 2017, she had no idea that, then Liberal MLA Allen Roach would le...

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