Brampton’s Rose Theatre will soon host first live performance in nearly 18 months
Published July 29, 2021 at 7:03 pm
Brampton’s The Rose Theatre will be hosting its first live performance nearly a year-and-a-half when Serena Ryder performs Aug. 26.
And that’s just part of what the heart of Brampton’s art community will have for local residents over the coming months.
Nearly every day, The Rose is hosting digital media exhibits on the screen, and live drop-in programming in Garden Square and on The Rose Patio. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own food and drink to the shows.
Other events include in-person, outdoor theatre performances of Alphonse in the Park as well as programming in Garden Square.
Additional virtual performances are also scheduled.
For tickets or programming information, visit the theatre’s website.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies