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2024 Events 

We are so excited to present a variety of performances and artists this Spring and Summer, from our Spring Youth Production from the Graham Academy to our summer events, including classical performances, world music, and and interactive murder mystery. Check out the listings below for more information and details on how to purchase your tickets. 


Both Sides Now: A Choral Celebration
May 31, 7:30 PM
All Saints Church, 44 Clarence Street

We are thrilled to return to All Saints Church for our spring choral concert. This is certain to be a beautiful evening of music and artistry.

Singin' in the Rain Jr.
May 24 & 25
Corner Brook Arts & Culture Centre

Leap back in time to the 1920s, as Hollywood began the transition from silent films to “talkies”. The story follows Don Lockwood, a charming and talented actor, as he navigates the challenges of the film industry alongside his long-time pal and collaborator Cosmo Brown, and newfound love interest Kathy Selden. When their latest film faces disaster due to the leading lady’s inability to speak convincingly, Don and the team need to find a solution. Filled with memorable song and dance classics, this is sure to be a production that the whole family can enjoy – celebrating the joy of cinema and the resilience of those who pursue their dreams, all while capturing the magic of golden age Hollywood. Presented by the Graham Academy Senior Company & Choreography Classes.

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Finding Nemo Jr.
June 1
Corner Brook Arts & Culture Centre

Finding Nemo: The Musical brings the beloved Disney Pixar film to glorious life with brilliant and captivating tunes penned by Robert Lopez & Kristen Anderson-Lopez (Frozen, Coco, The Book of Mormon, Avenue Q). Marlin, a neurotic clownfish, embarks on a perilous journey across the ocean to rescue his son, Nemo, who’s been captured by a diver and placed in a fish tank. Along the way, Marlin encounters memorable characters like the forgetful Dory, the wise-cracking Crush, and Bruce, a very hungry Great White Shark. All the while, Nemo finds his courage alongside his newfound friends in the tank gang. This enchanting aquatic adventure captures the heartwarming bond between a parent and child, the power and courage found within friendship, and facing your fears! Presented by the Graham Academy Showstoppers with a special introduction from the Moonbeams & Starlights!

Mary Poppins Jr.
June 15
Corner Brook Arts & Culture Centre

Mary Poppins brings the whimsical tale of the beloved Nanny to vibrant new life on the stage! Set in Edwardian London, the story follows the Banks family, who are deeply in need of a magical intervention. Enter Mary Poppins, the practically perfect Nanny with a penchant for enchantment. With the help of chimney sweep Bert, Mary takes the Banks children on fantastical adventures filled with wonder and life lessons. Through memorable songs such as “Let’s Go Fly A Kite”, “A Spoonful of Sugar”, & “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, Mary Poppins teaches the importance of family, imagination, and finding joy in life’s everyday moments, leaving an impression on all she encounters. Presented by the Graham Academy Junior Ensemble!

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Tales from the Tides
July 16 & 17, 6:30 PM - Moose Stew

July 23 & 24, 6:30 PM Seafood Chowder
Blow-Me-Down Ski Lodge, 20 Lundrigan Drive
July 20 - No Meal - The Merchant Warehouse, Woody Point 7:30 PM

The landscape of our province is marked by innumerable musicians and storytellers - this presentation celebrates tradition, merging oral histories passed through generations of our provincial landscape, weaving together a tapestry of stories and song.

In Corner Brook, we partner with Blow-Me-Down Ski Lodge, where Linda Leamon will be preparing a delightful traditional meal of fresh-made buns, a delicious main course (noted above), and a fine traditional dessert with tea.

In Woody Point, we partner with The Merchant Warehouse, sharing these tales from the tides while only a few feet away from the wonderful waves of Bonne Bay.

Paul Pike
July 19, 7:30 PM
110 Humber Road

Paul Pike is a Mi'kmaq musician from Western Newfoundland. He is a composer and musician having recorded three international recordings with Canyon Records with his group Medicine Dream and has been nominated for numerous awards at the Native American Music Awards, having won best video for his song "In This World".  Paul enjoys sharing the stories of his Mi'kmaq culture and homeland Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland). Paul's music has been described as "an orchestration of contemporary rock, folk and powwow styles. Truly, a revolutionary sound!  From the haunting sounds of the Native American flute, to the heaviest, thickest, electric guitar sounds, Paul weaves this all together in ways that elevate Indigenous music to new heights. Check out Paul's newest release "Echoes of our Ancestors"- 

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Tracy and Wendy Cabaret
August 7, 7:30 PM
110 Humber Road

What is home? Where is home? This is a question Tracy has asked herself throughout her life, both onstage and off. She's had the fortune to sing 'Home' as Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast and clicked her ruby heeled-slippers together three times as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. And she's carted around heavy-duty Samsonite suitcases around this continent and beyond with twinkly lights and photographs, helping to make each new place feel like home. In this collection of music, Tracy explores the many facets of home from her present stance. Joined by special guest and friend Wendy Woodland, and accompanied by Jennifer Billard, whose presence and artistry make her feel right at home. 

Stars: A Celebration of Musical Legacy
August 10, 7:30 PM

Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre

Camber Arts is proud to continue with the annual celebration of the legacy of the late Dr. Gary Graham, bringing young artists together on the stage for the first act, sharing their songs and stories learned throughout our Broadway Bootcamp. Following this, we bring together some of Mr. G’s former students and colleagues to share memories, music, and magical moments. This presentation showcases the stars of tomorrow while celebrating the brilliant and lasting legacy that allows so many to shine here in Corner Brook.


Tickets will be available soon through the Corner Brook ACC box office either in person, online, or by phone (709)637-2580. Please check online for box office hours of operation.


Greenwich Trio
August 11, 7:30 PM
110 Humber Road

Performing for the first time at Camber Arts, Greenwich Trio and Boris Bizjak (flute) present a program to mark the 100th year anniversary of the death of Gabriel Fauré. Fauré was the teacher of Ravel and so Fauré’s penultimate work, the Trio in D minor Op 120, is included alongside an arrangement of Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite for flute and piano trio. You will also discover new music with a jazzy world premiere by Slovenian composer Jani Golob, and a North American premiere of Living Trees by British composer Marcus Barcham Stevens. Also in the program is the youthful and passionate Smetana Trio Op 15 in G minor, one of the favourites of Greenwich Trio.

Death Rides the Rails:
A Newfie Bullet Murder Mystery
Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (from August 14-31) 6:30 PM

Newfoundland Railway Society, Riverside Drive

Our sold-out sensation of the summer returns again to the Historic Train Site in Corner Brook. This year brings a brand new interactive, site-specific murder mystery for audiences to solve. Join a cast of distinct suspects and step back in time to explore every car of the historic Newfie Bullet, sifting through evidence, reading letters and diaries, and seeing the scenes that will point you toward the killer aboard the train before it is too late.

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Classical Connections: Deantha Edmunds, Wayne Rogers, & The Chorale
August 22, 7:30 PM

First United Church, 19 Park Street

A concert of sacred classical music sung in Inuktitut.

Inuk Soprano Deantha Edmunds, recently appointed a member of the Order of Canada, will share sacred selections in Inuktitut from her album ‘Pillorikput Inuit: Inuktitut Arias for All Seasons,’ as they were sung in Nunatsiavut 200 years ago. Deantha is proud to have been raised in Corner Brook, and she is thrilled to collaborate with her former music teacher, Wayne Rogers, on this special program.

Wayne Rogers is no stranger to Corner Brook, having served as organist and choirmaster at First United Church from 1982 - 1997, and we are so thrilled to bring him back to that wonderful instrument, along with Deantha Edmunds vocals and our very own Chorale.

This project is supported by Empowering Indigenous Women for Stronger Communities and the ACC.

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