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David Simard

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
Sunday September 18, 2016 – 7:00 PM

With supporting local artist: Trevor Davis (of Silver Hearts)

David Simard comes to Market Hall Performing Arts Centre with a four piece band to celebrate the release of his sophomore full-length, The Heavy Wait.

Born in a small fishing village in northern British Columbia, David Simard has always imbued his work with a sense of space and a hint of nostalgia. Simard’s arrangements evoke the landscapes he’s studied and lived in, while his lyrics intimately relate the stories of characters met and imagined, along with more than a few of his own experiences.

The lyrical and musical makeup of The Heavy Wait is an effortless combination of gilded European elegance and small-town noir. Simard and his band recorded most of the album in a charged, live-off-the-floor session in Arcade Fire’s old “Petite Eglise” studio. They dug in hard and deep to produce a quiet intensity so palpable and persistent that the album builds in strength with each passing track. Waves of horns and lap steel guitar, sparsely placed piano, and haunting clarinet lines recorded later in Paris and Vancouver rush to complement the live performances. “The Heavy Wait” was the band’s chosen mantra during that first session and it persisted until the final note was captured.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $18 incl fees

 


 

Folk Under The Clock presents the 30th Anniversary Concert Breabach (from Scotland)

Friday September 23, 2016 – 8:00 PM

30 years to the day….September 23, 1986 Folk Under The Clock presented the very first concert with the, then unknown, Scottish folk singer DOUGIE MACLEAN.

We now present Scottish five-piece BREABACH who deliver a thrilling and unique brand of contemporary folk music that has earned them international recognition on the world and roots music scene as one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting bands!

Breabach unite the talent of Calum MacCrimmon (pipes, whistles, bouzouki, vocals), Megan Henderson (fiddle, vocals, stepdance), James Mackenzie (pipes, flute, whistles), Ewan Robertson (guitar, vocals) and James Lindsay (double bass).
Voted Best Live Act 2013 & Best Folk Band 2012 at the Scots Trad Music Awards and twice nominated Best Band at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

“Breabach once again displayed all the artfulness, ambition and imagination that set them so decisively from the pack” – Scotsman

Breabach are a truly riveting band to kick start and celebrate this 30th Anniversary Season….get your tickets early !!
Information on Folk Under The Clock’s 30th Season.

http://www.folkundertheclock.ca

ASSIGNED SEATING

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Row C and Tables 8 & 9 are being sold at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $37.50 plus fees

 


 


WITHIN THE GLASS By Anna Chatterton

Presented by New Stages Theatre Company

Sunday September 25, 2016 – 7:30 PM

New Stages Page On Stage reading of WITHIN THE GLASS By Anna Chatterton.

What would you give up in the pursuit of a child?

In this dramatic comedy, a fertility clinic implants a woman with the wrong fertilized eggs. As the two very different couples fight over their unborn child, they must reassess their relationships and confront the depths of their desire to be parents.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $20 incl fees
Student/Artsworker: $15 incl fees

 


 

Comhaltas Echoes Of Erin

Presented by Peterborough Canadian Irish Club
Saturday October 1, 2016 – 7:30 PM

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann’s Echoes of Erin Concert Tour of North America has been staging top-class shows of traditional Irish music, song, dance and entertainment for over four decades.

This fast-moving show merges the most soulful of detailed solo artistry with lighter ensemble music while the dancers step it out to a wide variety of rhythms. Traditional songs of Ireland and the Diaspora tell the story of the Gael in both sombre and joyous mood. Fear A’ Tí Dic Béimis once again brings his much lauded style of wit, humour, and narrative to the stage.

Peterborough Co-ordinator: Seán Dunne: sean.dunne@ieee.org    705-742-2881

ASSIGNED SEATING

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Rows E & G available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $30 plus fees

 


 

Johannes Linstead ~ Guitar of Fire!

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Friday October 14, 2016 – 8:00 PM

Canada’s “Guitarist of the Year” and JUNO nominee Johannes Linstead and his group will set the Market Hall stage on fire as they let loose a fiesta of Afro-Cuban percussion, grooving bass, soulful accordion, and Spanish guitar magic!

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $32 incl fees ($37 for table seating)
Student: $23 incl fees ($28 for table seating)

At the door: $37 incl fees ($42 for table seating)

 


 

Heart of Gold – The Songs of Neil Young

Presented by Brian Risk Music
Saturday October 22, 2016 – 8:00 PM

Neil Young is music’s ultimate survivor through every era. His dark difficult songs broke every rule of song writing and still climbed the charts. The show includes After The Gold Rush, Southern Man, Cinnamon Girl, The Needle and the Damage Dong, Old Man and so much more.

MAIN SEATING IS GENERAL ADMISSION
CABARET TABLE SEATING IS ASSIGNED

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $28 incl fees
Cabaret Table Seating: $33 incl fees

Tickets will be $5 more at the door.

 


 

Philip Sayce

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
Thursday November 17, 2016 – 8:00 PM

Influence is an apt title for an album from arguably the most underheralded guitar hero on the circuit. Philip Sayce, the Welsh born axe hero, came of age in Toronto, Canada during the 90s and was weaned on such guitar heroes as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Healey and Mark Knopfler. I have such distinct memories listening to these incredible musicians, Sayce says. Their music had a huge effect on me.

Hence, the title Influence. Sayce knocks it out of the park with an array of visceral covers and inspired originals. The blues guitar whiz is wise enough to realize that it doesn’t matter if you’re an interpreter or a writer, its about delivering a song that’s going to sear the listeners brain. You want to make some sort of emotional connection, Sayce says. The charismatic Sayce is a throwback. That’s evident after a spin of Influence.

Special offer! A digital download of Philip Sayce’s forthcoming album, Scorched Earth: Volume 1, is included with every ticket you order for this show. You will receive an email with instructions on how to receive your download following your ticket purchase.

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

General Admission: $25 plus fees

 


 

DE TEMPS ANTAN

Friday November 18, 2016 – 8:00 PM

Since 2003 Eric Beaudry, Andre Brunet and Pierre-Luc Dupois of DE TEMPS ANTAN have been exploring and performing time-honoured melodies from the stomping grounds of Quebec’s musical past.

All three are former members of that world famous Quebec band La Bottine Souriante.

Using fiddle, accordion, harmonica, guitar, bouzouki and a number of other instruments, our three virtuosos blend boundless energy with the unmistakable joie de vivre found only in Quebec music.

Andre Brunet from the Monteregie region played with La Bottine Souriante for 10 years touring 15 countries.  At the Grand Masters Fiddling Competition in august 2008 he took home top honours as “Grand Master of Canada”.

Pierre-Luc Dupuis  from the Mauricie Region played with a number of Quebec bands before joining La Bottine Souriante in 2003. His unique humour and warm hearted charisma is his trademark in De Temps Antan.

Eric Beaudry hails from the Lanaudiere Region and began singing and playing at the age of 10. Wherever he performs, Eric’s rich vocal range and unquestionable talent on stringed instruments- guitar, mandolin and bouzouki – guarantee a rousing performance for all.

Don’t miss this fabulous honkytonk Quebecois group with guaranteed lot’s of stomp ! Bring your dancing shoes !

Information on Folk Under The Clock’s 30th Season: www.folkundertheclock.ca

ASSIGNED SEATING

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Row C and Tables 8 & 9 are being sold at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $35 plus fees
Student: $25 plus fees

 


 

New Stages’ Cabaret Night Broadway Gender Benders

Presented by New Stages Theatre Company

Saturday November 19, 2016 – 8:00pm

Directed by Steve Ross.

Welcome to “Broadway Gender Benders,” a night to laugh, cheer, and be thrilled by some of Canada’s (& Peterborough’s!) finest musical theatre performers singing songs from roles they would never be cast to play! This promises to be one of the most exciting–and unique–nights of theatre all year.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $30 incl fees

 


 

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Saturday November 26, 2016 – 8:00 PM

Séan McCann’s love for Newfoundland and Labrador folk songs shot him to international fame as a founding member of the renowned group Great Big Sea. After millions of albums sold, countless hit songs, and record breaking tours around the world, Séan realized that his 20 years with the band had to stop. Music is meant to connect, heal, and bring happiness. While Séan was giving that to thousands of people a night he was slowly losing his own way. Instead of seeking truth he was hiding behind his music. This was unfair to both himself and his fans so he left the band and started over.

In January 2014 Séan released his first post-GBS album. Produced by Joel Plaskett, “Help Your Self” is the sound of a man facing his demons and ultimately overcoming them. The songs helped him deal with his issues of addiction and abuse and showed him how to find strength in pain. It reminded him of the power of music which at one time would have been used to cast a Friday night spell over a sold out hockey arena on a Monday, but now finds him touring the country as a solo artist in intimate venues where he can sincerely connect with his audience in the way he always hoped to—face to face. Séan has also found himself using music as therapy, working with people who face physical, mental, and addiction challenges, and has become a sought after speaker trying to help others to help themselves find light through the darkness.

Séan’s journey to find his own peace, love, and happiness continues through his new music. “You Know I Love You” is a happy collection of songs sung by a man intent on sharing his joy directly with you. The world has changed. Today the only thing left between Séan’s music and those who wish to share it is a cellphone. Despite how small social media has made the world, and how it has included all of us into the same conversation with a simple hashtag #, the basic human quest for a connection to something real is too difficult to fit in just 140 characters. Luckily, through the years of technological advancement and subsequent social change, two universal energies remain constant— Music and Love.

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Main Seating = GENERAL ADMISSION
Cabaret Table Seating = ASSIGNED

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $35 incl fees
Cabaret Table Seats: $43 incl fees


 

Craig Cardiff

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
Thursday December 8, 2016 – 8:00 PM

With a voice described as “warm, scratched, sad and sleepy,” Cardiff sings songs that expose the human condition, putting a magnifying glass to the clumsier and less proud moments. He can turn any setting into an intimate affair, infusing his music and lyrics with an uncompromising humanism.

Cardiff makes it a point to keep the relationship with his fans personal, inviting and accepting any opportunity to make his audience as much a part of the performance as he is.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $20 incl fees
Student: $15 incl fees


A Forever Frozen Story

Presented by Toho-Bohu
Tuesday December 27, 2016 – 3:00 PM

Enjoy an amazing and interactive large-scale musical in the world of Christian Hans Andersen’s fascinating tale. Take part in a fantastic journey to the land of winter, a colouful adventure filled with original music, done in the most spectacular staging and presented in front of a dazzling decor. Along with tons of magical characters, your whole family is invited to travel in the heart of an imaginary and enchanted world of song, dance, laughter, emotion and surprises!

Tickets: $18 plus tax

Tickets for A Forever Frozen Story are available ONLY through Tohu-Bohu: CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

 


Mudmen In Concert

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
Saturday January 14, 2017 – 8:00 PM

High energy and a lot of fun, The Mudmen are a Celtic Rock Band who inspire a party as soon as they hit the stage. Founded by The Campbell Brothers in 1998, The Mudmen have 8 studio cd’s building a resume and a legion of fans from young to old.

Their accomplishments include reaching #19 on the Edge Radio, 6 Music Video’s on Much Music and signing with EMI Records from 2000-2004. More recently, their accomplishments include, the new CBC “Hockey Night in Canada” theme song; the 1983/84 Edmonton Oilers Reunion with Wayne Gretzky and teammates present, the Commonwealth Stadium with Sydney Crosby present, and a 3 month tour with Johnny Reid, his PBS Special and the CCMA’s.

The Mudmen have met and performed for the Queen and have been honored to entertain and share the stage with numerous celebrities over the years including Eugene Levy, Martin Short, Paul Shaffer, William Shatner,The Guess Who, Gordon Lightfoot, etc. Don Cherry and Ron MacLean have featured Music by the Mudmen on Rock’em Sock’em 9,19,20,24, Coaches Corner and during the nationally televised making of the new CBC hockey anthem. Ron McLean stated: “The Mudmen… we love ’em” .

http://www.mudmen.ca/

GENERAL ADMISSION / CABARET ASSIGNED

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only
**Tables 9 & 12 are being sold through Moondance Records**

Regular: $20 incl fees
Table Seating: $25 incl fees

 



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Thursday January 19, 2017 – 8:00 PM

There’s so much creative energy coursing through Lee Harvey Osmond’s veins, he can’t contain it all in one form of expression — or even one identity. Which is why the Hamilton, Ontario, man known as Tom Wilson has forged an alter-ego from a pop-culture mash-up of JFK’s killer and the famed family of singing Mormons. That’s in addition to his identification since the ‘90s as a member of now-defunct Canadian rock band Junkhouse and the very-much-alive Americana entity of Blackie & the Rodeo Kings.

Wilson has used the Osmond moniker for three solo albums, including his 2015 Latent Recordings release Beautiful Scars, produced by the Cowboy Junkies’ Michael Timmins. The songs on Beautiful Scars take more zigs and zags than a stitch job on a bad cut. Aaron Goldstein’s crying pedal steel might segue into Michael Davidson’s cool vibraphone notes or harmonies by Andrea Ramolo, who duets with Wilson on the beguiling, yet melancholy “Hey Hey Hey.” “Shake the Hand” echoes with funk and twang, while the fluttery flute groove brass/woodwind player Darcy Hepner blows in “Black Spruce” sounds as if it could have flown out of Creed Taylor’s ‘70s CTI jazz catalog. The delicate “Dreams Come and Go” casts a glow on Wilson’s rich, unvarnished baritone and accomplished picking, not to mention the potential of his co-writer and harmony vocalist, son Thompson. (He’s also heard on “Planet Love.”) On the creepy, haunting — and quite compelling — “Oh, the Gods,” Wilson’s whispers combine with drum rhythms, keyboard twiddles, electric guitar notes and other sonic effects to achieve an almost meditative drone.

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Main Seating = GENERAL ADMISSION
Cabaret Table Seating = ASSIGNED

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $35 incl fees
Student: $28 incl fees
Cabaret Table Seat: $43 incl fees

At the door (regular): $40 incl fees

 


A Delightful Afternoon with Gershwin, Porter and Berlin

Presented by Peterborough Pop Ensemble
Saturday February 4, 2017 – 2:00 PM

It’s de-lovely. It’s delightful. It’s a glorious afternoon of songs from the Great American Songbook. The Peterborough Pop Ensemble is proud to present “A Delightful Afternoon with Gershwin, Porter and Berlin” on Saturday, February 4, 2017. Showtime is 2:00 p.m. at the historic Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough, ON. The Gershwin Brothers, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin are considered to be the greatest songwriters of all time. Featuring such classics as I’ve Got a Crush on You, Summertime, Night and Day, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Let’s Face the Music and Dance and Always, this concert will take us all back to the early years of Hollywood and Broadway.

GENERAL ADMISSION 

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Adults: $23 incl fees
Students: $13 incl fees

 



THE TROUBLE WITH MR. ADAMS By Gord Rand

Presented by New Stages Theatre Company

Sunday February 12, 2017 – 7:30pm

New Stages Page On Stage reading of THE TROUBLE WITH MR. ADAMS By Gord Rand.

How do you resist the most destructive love of your life?

Mr. Adams is a respected high school coach suddenly smitten with his too-young volleyball star. Can he resist and get back on track before his life is destroyed? This dark, revealing play exposes the male mid-life crisis in all its awkward and ruinous glory.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $20 incl fees
Student/Artsworker: $15 incl fees


The Best Of British Pop

Presented by Peterborough Pop Ensemble
Saturday April 22, 2017 – 7:30 PM

Emerging in the 1950s, British popular music was influenced greatly by North American musical styles but, by the 60’s, the unique sound of British artists headed across “the pond” resulting in a renaissance of musical freedom and creativity.  The national appeal of UK artists such as The Hollies, Herman’s Hermits, Elton John, Rod Stewart, The Rolling Stones and the Beatles soon gave way to a phenomenal international success which continues to this day.  Come celebrate the revolution with the members of the Peterborough Pop Ensemble on Saturday, April 22, 2017 as they present “The Best of British Pop”.  Showtime is 7:30 p.m. at the historic Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough, ON.

GENERAL ADMISSION 

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Adults: $23 incl fees
Students: $13 incl fees

 


OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder

Presented by New Stages Theatre Company

Friday, April 28 – 8:00 pm
Saturday, April 29 – 8:00 pm
Sunday, April 30 – 2:00 pm
Tuesday, May 2 – 8:00 pm
Wednesday, May 3 – 8:00 pm
Thursday, May 4 – 8:00 pm
Friday, May 5 – 8:00 pm
Saturday, May 6 – 8:00 pm

Celebrate the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Thortonton Wilder’s timeless, beloved play transports you to the small town of Grover’s Corners, where teenagers George and Emily fall in love and live a life of simple joys and sharp sorrows in a community full of vibrant, unforgettable characters. OUR TOWN today is just as relevant as it ever was, because it reminds us what living is all about.

“Probably the finest play ever written.”
– EDWARD ALBEE, PLAYWRIGHT

“Our Town is easily me favourite play of all time. It may have been written decades ago but what it says about life and love is as true today as it ever was.”
– STEVE ROSS, ACTOR, STRATFORD FESTIVAL

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $28 incl fees
Student: $15 incl fees
Artsworker: $15 incl fees

 


DISGRACED By Ayad Akhtar

Presented by New Stages Theatre Company

Sunday May 28, 2017 – 7:30 PM

New Stages Page On Stage reading of DISGRACED By Ayad Akhtar.

What if what was truly inside you was forced to come out?

Amir has turned his back on his upbringing to pursue a “successful” life. But when he hosts a dinner party, a witty evening explodes into a battleground of race, religion, and class in the 21st century. A smash hit in New York and Toronto.

GENERAL ADMISSION

Advance Ticket Sales – HERE!
Market Hall Box Office

705-749-1146
Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
140 Charlotte Street Or 24hrs at www.markethall.org
Box Office Service Fee. $3.00

Also available SOON at:

Moondance Records – 425 George St. Peterborough
(705) 742 9425 (Mon-Sat. 10am-5:30pm) Cash only

Regular: $20 incl fees
Student/Artsworker: $15 incl fees