Visiting Shows for 2018

The Bitterest Time

September 15 - 16 on the Scotiabank Stage


1920s showgirl. Depression-era nurse. World War Two Resistance member. Mona Parsons was all of these.

Mona, who was born in Middleton and raised in Wolfville, was the only known female Canadian civilian imprisoned in Nazi Germany, and she successfully negotiated her way out of a death sentence to survive the war while giving hope to others who suffered alongside her in prison.


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Karen Myatt presents "Blues Deluxe"

September 28 and 29 on the Scotiabank Stage

Atlantic Canada’s sultry songstress Karen Myatt returns to the big stage with Blues Deluxe - a two-night tribute to the genre’s greatest performers.  The two-set soirées features both classic and contemporary blues artists. 

“We begin at the beginning,” explains Myatt. “The rural roots of Robert Johnson, Son House, LaVern Baker, and the like. Over the course of the show, we wind our way through the music of Muddy Waters, Nina Simone, BB King, Billie Holiday, Aretha Franklin, Buddy Guy, Etta James and more.”  

The multi-media performances will also showcase many modern blues artists, including The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Blues Saraceno.

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Katrina Bishop - Odd Songs & Tea Party

October 14 on the Scotiabank Stage


Katrina is a singer/songwriter who draws from an extensive background in Musical Theatre, Rock, A Cappella, Celtic, Funk and a touch of Country.
She writes about pretty much anything, from the 'big ideas' (love, loss, politics) to the seemingly mundane (housework, mathematics, sociopaths). Playing piano, guitar and ukulele, Katrina brings humour, emotion and clever observation together in a variety-filled show.