The Capitol Theatre Port Hope Announces New 2024 Programming and Ticket Sales

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Rob Kempson, Artistic Director of The Capitol Theatre Port Hope, today announced new winter and spring programming, as the theatre also releases single tickets for all 2024 concerts, shows and Met Opera screenings. Summer Stage Subscriptions, Music Lovers’ Subscriptions, and Flex Subscriptions are also available. Visit capitoltheatre.com to learn more.
“Our 2024 season is all about celebrating the power of community. Whether you come for one show or all the shows, you’ll be treated to a celebration of coming together,” said Kempson. “And
with programming for folks of all ages and backgrounds, there is truly something for everyone at the Capitol this year.”

NEW CAPITOL PROGRAMMING ANNOUNCED
The Capitol’s concert programming in 2024 includes Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd W bber on February 9 and 10, the Billboard in Concert 1973 on March 22 and 23 with a
year 2000 edition this October, plus Capitol favourite Gabi Epstein returning with Gabs Sings Babs later this summer. New additions to the concert program include:

It’s De-Lovely – A Valentine’s Day Cabaret with Tahirih Vejdani and Friends
An intimate evening of love, laughter and candle light. Join Tahirih as she takes you on a musical journey honouring all the types of love along with special musical guests that you know and love
from the Capitol Theatre community. February 14, 7:30 p.m.

Jack de Keyzer
Jack de Keyzer has 12 albums, two Junos and seven Maple Blues Awards to his name. His music is steeped in Chicago blues, with a broad range of influences ranging from Detroit’s Motown,
Muscle Shoals deep soul , Memphis’ rock and roll, Philadelphia’s funky soul jazz and London, England’s blues rock. March 16, 7:30 p.m.

A Choral Celebration – Exultate Singers
The award-winning Exultate Chamber Singers from Toronto head to the Capitol for a special one-show full of classic and contemporary choral music from Ralph Vaughan Williams and John
Rutter to Dolly Parton and Gordon Lightfoot. Special guests include children and youth singers from SONG with artistic director Lucas Marchand. March 17, 2 p.m.

Nicholas Campbell
From slick hot-rod rockabilly to smooth crooning honky tonk, Peterborough’s Nicholas Campbell is the real deal. He’s inspired by some of the last century’s most iconic country sounds, from
Faron Young to Brian Setzer. May 3, 7:30 p.m.

Shipyard Kitchen Party
With roots in Scotland, Newfoundland and Georgian Bay, Shipyard Kitchen Party blends traditional instrumentation with humour, artistry and history to tell Canadian stories in original
ways. The group features John Eaton (Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Vocals), Sacha Law (Bass, Vocals) and Jason Murphy (Bodhran, Vocals). May 31 at 7:30 p.m.

CAPITOL THEATRE: 2024 ON SCREEN
Tickets are also on sale for this year’s Met Opera film screenings including X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X on January 20, Florencia en al Amazonas on February 3, Carmen on March 9, and
Roméo et Juliette on May 1, with all start times at noon. Visit capitoltheatre.com to learn more.

CAPITOL THEATRE: SUMMER SEASON
As previously announced, the Capitol’s summer stage program begins in May with A Year with Frog & Toad (Robert Reale & Willie Reale), followed by Bed & Breakfast by Mark Crawford, The
Full Monty (Terrence McNally & David Yazbek), and the world premiere of Christmastown by Briana Brown. This year’s premiere holiday panto is Rapunzel: A Merry (Hairy) Holiday Panto by
Carly Heffernan. See the full program, here.

TICKETS range from $22 – $48 including taxes and fees. Subscribers save up to 10% if booked before April 30, and save 10% on all other Capitol Theatre performances. Pay-What-You-Can
Previews are offered on all Summer Stage & Music Lovers’ Performances with tickets offered as low as $5.
Twitter: @capitolporthope | Instagram: @capitoltheatreporthope | Facebook: Capitol Theatre Port Hope #Capitol2024 Capitoltheatre.com

The Capitol Theatre gratefully acknowledges regional support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, the municipality of Port Hope, and the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

A special thanks to our 2024 Season Sponsors and Supporters: Allan & Robin Dines of Ganaraska Brewing Company, Atelier on john, Elexicon Energy, The Beamish House, Part Time CFO Services, Schmidt Law Legal Services, Stacy Vermeire Team RE/MAX, and our 2024 Program Sponsors Bosley Real Estate and Furby House Books.

The Capitol Theatre is dedicated to producing and presenting a balanced schedule of high-quality professional theatre, live music, film, and other special events in historic Port Hope, while also providing a home for the local arts community. We are committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive future, where all individuals, groups, and organisations are welcome to create, collaborate, and connect.

 

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