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All the world's a stage!

From grand old theatre houses, cabaret, live dinner theatre, and storytelling, Bruce County has something for every theatre buff.

The Kincardine Theatre Guild is a wholly volunteer, non-profit, theatre company run by an elected, volunteer Board of Directors. It has progressed over the past 30+ years to an enviable level. Productions run through the winter and are staged at the Kincardine Arts Centre. During the summer Kincardine's Bluewater Summer Playhouse, a professional company, takes to the stage.

The elegant Victoria Jubilee Hall in Walkerton was built to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria's reign and had its first cornerstone laid in 1897. One of the most distinctive features outside the Hall is the bell tower and cupola, while inside the grand Opera theatre seats 300. With incredible acoustics and notabvle performances, this is a venue not to be missed!

The new Bruce County Playhouse in Port Elgin is a not-for-profit theatre company dedicated to fostering young talent, producing and promoting excellent theatre that provokes, inspires and entertains the people of Bruce County. 

On the Bruce Peninsula, Voyageur Storytelling offers truly unique live performances in a private home on the Voyageur Alvar, 100 acres of diverse rocky woodland in Northern Bruce Peninsula. This year, Leslie and Paul are hosting their 15th, and final, season.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity!