Friday, August 19, 2022

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss in Halifax (July 18 -July 24)

Here is what we are most excited about on stages around Halifax this week.

1Shakespeare by the Sea returns to Cambridge Battery in Point Pleasant Park with Cinderelly! The Musical and Hamlet (until September 4). Visit shakespearebythesea.ca for tickets & information.

Shanoa Phillips as Cinderelly and Deivan Steele as Hamlet. Photos by Morgan Stuart & James MacLean.
Shanoa Phillips as Cinderelly and Deivan Steele as Hamlet. Photos by Morgan Stuart & James MacLean.

2The students of Neptune Theatre School take to the Fountain Hall stage for Little Women the Broadway Musical (July 19-24), based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel. Visit neptunetheatre.com for tickets and information.

Members of the cast of the Neptune Theatre School production of Little Women the Broadway Musical at a recent fundraiser. Photo by Stoo Metz.
Members of the cast of the Neptune Theatre School production of Little Women the Broadway Musical at a recent fundraiser. Photo by Stoo Metz.

3The Ultimate Nova Scotia Kitchen Parties continue with headliners Shaydid and more winners of the Outta Lockdown Showdown (July 21). Visit lighthouseartscentre.ca for tickets and information.

Halifax rock cover band Shaydid is one of the many acts to appear this summmer in the Ultimate Live Kitchen Party series.
Halifax rock cover band Shaydid is one of the many acts to appear this summer in the Ultimate Live Kitchen Party series.

4Celebrating Nova Scotia’s rich diversity, Nova Multifest (July 22-24 returns to Alderney Landing with performances, demonstrations, and exhibits. Visit multifestns.ca for tickets and information.

Nova Multifest
Nova Multifest

5The Summer of Sarah Polley continues with an outdoor screening of Take This Waltz (July 22) under the stars in Halifax’s Public Gardens. Visit finfestival.ca for tickets and information.

Paused due to the pandemic since 2019, the popular FIN Outdoor returns to Halifax's Public Gardens with four Sarah Polley movies.
Paused due to the pandemic since 2019, the popular FIN Outdoor returns to Halifax’s Public Gardens with four Sarah Polley movies.
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