Confederation Centre of the Arts
Confederation Centre is open year-round and showcases the best in Canadian visual and performing arts.
The Confederation Center of the Arts performs a couple of different play each summer. The most popular one that play every summer is by far Anne of Green Gables- The Musical. If you are a fan of Lucy Maud Montgomery writing or barely know anything about Anne of Green Gables, it is a must see. For…
This is where the musical "Anne of Green Gables" has played every summer since 1965. Art displays and crafts throughout the centre - worth the trip just to walk around and look or take in a meal at Mavor's and then a show !
Wonderful professional theatre...where you'll find Anne of Green Gables and other shows. Weekdays at noon the Young Company performs in the outdoor amphitheatre. It's free and about an hour.
The Art Gallery to see in the city and home to The infamous Charlottetown Theatre Festival ... including the musical Anne of Green Gables.
Enjoy world class theatre productions and gallery at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The musical Anne of Green Gables has been running for 55 years! A must see for any lovers of the Lucy Maud Montgomery book.
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