The Sanctuary Arts Centre in Dartmouth wants to get you in the holiday spirit with a trio of shows as part of its Christmas at the Sanctuary series.
“Aptly named Christmas at the Sanctuary, these heartwarming performances promise to be the highlight of the festive season, delivering a mix of laughter, music, and unforgettable moments…”
A twist on the Christmas charity variety show, Miracle on Ochterloney Street (Dec 1, 2, 8 & 22), takes the stage with entertainment for all ages. This heartwarming Christmas musical is filled with live music and family-friendly comedy as a rag-tag team works against the odds to save the day in a tale of luck, talent, and the true spirit of Christmas.
Presented by the Halifax Art and Performance Association, the Sanctuary Arts Centre welcomes Kyle Gillis and Becca Guilderson on December 12 for a one-night-only presentation of the iconic Christmas album Once Upon A Christmas by Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton.
Finally, Storybook Theatre presents A Christmas Spectacular (Dec 14-17), a holiday musical event for children and parents alike that invites audiences to sing, dance and spread Christmas cheer with well-known holiday characters and special guests.
“Aptly named Christmas at the Sanctuary, these heartwarming performances promise to be the highlight of the festive season, delivering a mix of laughter, music, and unforgettable moments; we’d love to see you there,” say organizers.
Located at the former First Baptist Church at 100 Ochterloney Street in Dartmouth, the Sanctuary Arts Centre has been renovated from its original form as a 100-year-old church to host various events “dedicated to fostering a flourishing arts scene in HRM.”
For more information and tickets to the trio of shows as part of Christmas at the Sanctuary, visit sanctuaryartscentre.com.