Capitol Theatre Port Hope
The Festival of Lights and Trees – November 24 to December 17, 2023
The Festival of Lights and Trees is one of Northumberland County’s premier holiday events. Since its inception in 1997, this annual fundraising initiative has been a community favourite, creating memories and becoming a free holiday tradition for guests of all ages, all while raising essential operating funds for the Capitol Theatre.
Beautifully decorated trees and wreaths sponsored by local businesses, partners and friends of the Capitol are placed on display throughout the building from November 24 to December 17 and viewed by the public during the holiday season. During display times, guests have the option to purchase a raffle ticket and enter to win all of the beautiful decorations adorning the trees plus a Capitol Theatre 2024 Summer Season Subscription. The prize draw takes place at the Capitol on Monday, December 18 at 11 a.m.
Our annual panto returns for another magical holiday season at the Capitol Theatre! Featuring a hilarious harp, a gregarious goose and a whole lot of gold, this musical version of Jack won’t be like anything you’ve seen before. With shows for both the Naughty and the Nice, don’t miss out on this popular annual tradition!
Create memories with this beloved annual holiday experience. The Festival of Lights and Trees is more than just a chance to illuminate the community, it’s also an important fundraising tradition that helps support the historic Capitol Theatre.
Dec 30, 2023
Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA”
Performed by Tommy Youngsteen
Dec 31, 2023
More Concerts to be announced; Sundays in December (3, 10 & 17, 2023)
The Cameco Capitol Arts Centre is a professional regional theatre located 1-hour and 15 minutes east of Downtown Toronto where you will experience top quality productions, concerts, and special events in the historic and picturesque small town of Port Hope.
The Capitol has received recognition for embracing its history and earning historical status. This has resulted in the theatre playing a role in notable films and television. Honouring its history as a movie theatre, stage productions often incorporate projections and video as well as other innovative technologies to create an enhanced live-theatre experience.
The Capitol has become a ‘must-see’ Ontario destination that has partnerships with local restaurants, cafes, merchants, accommodations and more to offer a complete “experience” to our guests
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