Archive for the ‘Christmas Concert’ Category.

Christmas With the King

theatrePERTH STUDIO THEATRE presents, on Saturday, December 20th, 2014, CHRISTMAS WITH THE KING(that would be Elvis). Tickets are $30 each available at Shadowfax (67 Foster St., Perth or 613-267-6817, or, show starts at 8pm. For more information visit

Men and Women of the Tay Christmas Concert

theatreWednesday, December 10th, 2014, join the MEN AND WOMEN OF THE TAY choral groups as they present their annual CHRISTMAS CONCERT at St. James’ Anglican Church, Drummond Street in Perth. Concert starts at 7:30pm, free will donation.

Festival of Good Cheer

ID-100209525Come to the heart of downtown Perth and enjoy a Victorian era Christmas celebration with Victorian entertainment and food. Celebrations will be held at the Perth Museum as well where baked goodies and apple cider can be enjoyed. In the evening a fireworks display will illuminate the sky and the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Tay.


For more information call 613 264 1190 or email

Sound of Music

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This December at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, there will be a live stage version of the famous, The Sound of Music. 

St Andrews is the perfect back drop for this heart-warming musical about a young nun and the family that adopted her. While it is always shown on television at Christmas time, we ask that you come out and see locals perform the live version, with its rich acoustics, this presentation will be a never-to-be-forgotten experience.
Dec 5, 6, 7 & 12, 13, 14 7:30 pm St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 130 Clergy @ Princess Kingston ON

Tickets $18, $20, $25 available online at Bottle Tree Productions or through the Grand Theatre Box Office 613-530-2050 Ticket prices includes HST.

Additional box office or online fees may apply. contact for more information

Perth Citizen’s Band Annual Christmas Concert

Perth Citizen's BandThe Perth Citizens’ Band will be holding its Annual Christmas Concert on Tuesday December 14th at 7:30pm. This year’s guests will be Perth’s Town Crier Brent McLaren, and the “Women of the Tay” under the direction of Mary Ellen Grigor. The concert will feature popular and sacred Christmas Music.

One highlight will be the performance of “Canadian Patrol” composed 100 years ago by Capt. John Slatter of the 48th Highlanders Regiment. Admission is $5 per person or $10 for a family at the door. The Concert is taking place at the St. James Anglican Church which is on the corner of Drummond and Harvey Streets in Perth Ontario. For further information, contact the band by phone at 613-256-4221.