Entertaining patrons since 1911
This elegant Victorian jewel is a 350 seat Centre for the Performing Arts located on Collingwood’s main street in the heart of this unique and formally recognized Heritage District. The Theatre’s Art Deco appearance cleverly hides the modern amenities that make it a wonderful venue for the performing arts.
The auditorium boasts a state of the art sound system supported by theatrical lighting, a sprung stage with ample wings on both sides, new air-conditioning, comfortable, raked seating with ample leg room, and an ambiance that will leave even the most discriminating of theatre goers completely charmed!
Upcoming Events at the Gayety Theatre
Drop Everything…7th Annual Collingwood Ski Movie night at The Gayety, Saturday Nov. 25, 2017 – Doors open 6.30pm
COLLINGWOOD’S “UNOFFICIAL START OF WINTER” IS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25th.
The 7th ANNUAL COLLINGWOOD SKI MOVIE NIGHT at the Historic Gayety Theatre is screening DROP EVERYTHING — the new feature from Matchstick Productions in support of the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital Foundation.
Matchstick Productions – the powerhouse that brought you award-winning classics like CLAIM,
THE WAY I SEE IT, and DAYS OF MY YOUTH – is proud to introduce the funniest, most action-packed ski movie of 2017: DROP EVERYTHING, presented by Under Armour. Following an artful, narrative-driven 2016 film release, the team at Matchstick took a decidedly more lighthearted approach that returns the focus to the featured athletes and world-class action.
DROP EVERYTHING features the world’s preeminent freeskiers along with quick-hitting comedy, stunning locations, a potent soundtrack, and stellar cinematography. DROP EVERYTHING is an unexpected, fun-filled adventure through the world of freeskiing.
Volunteer organizers Andrea Baker-Nash and Kevin Nash enthusiastically shared the group’s reasons for hosting the party: “Collingwood is the skiing capital of Ontario. The Historic Gayety Theatre is the perfect venue with the perfect vibe. And what better cause unites us than the Collingwood Hospital?!”
Kevin Nash continued “We have a fantastic group of volunteers putting on an exciting, full evening. The Unofficial Start of Winter is far more than just a movie night – it is our pre-season reunion and a fundraiser for a common concern.”
On Saturday November 25th the Historic Gayety Theater’s doors open at 6:30pm. Come early. Share a beer or glass of wine with your friends. At 8:00 we will show a couple of special ‘shorts’ to get things rocking. During a short intermission we share great door prizes from our excellent supporters. Then it’s on to Drop Everything This year’s film is 2190% better!
Organizers are looking forward to their Seventh consecutive SOLD OUT event. Act quickly: Tickets are $25.00 each, general admission and available in person starting November 4th at Kamikaze Bikes on First Street Collingwood or online at https://cgmhf.com/events/
Liona Boyd …A Winter Fantasy with Special Guest Andrew Dolson, Thursday Nov. 30, 2017 – Doors Open 6.30pm, Event 7.30pm
Celebrate the holiday season with five time Juno award winner, Liona Boyd.
”The First Lady of the Classical Guitar”, has enthralled millions with her romantic and unique brand of classical, folk and world music. She has performed solo and orchestral concerts around the world, had her own television specials, and recorded twenty-seven albums, many of which have gone Gold and Platinum. Her total views on YouTube are over four million. An all new album of original songs, No Remedy for Love was released in 2017 by Universal Music, along with a new autobiography, of the same title, from Dundurn Press.
Together with her accompanist, talented vocalist, guitarist and model, Andrew Dolson, Liona performs her timeless collection on an intimate stage for one night only!
Kilimanjaro and Flying Kites – An Evening With Werner Berger at The Gayety, Wednesday Nov. 29, 2017 – 8PM
Kilimanjaro and Flying Kites – An Evening With Werner Berger. To benefit My Friend’s House Collingwood.
July 16 2017. It’s 7:30 in the morning, sunny but very windy and cold. I’m standing at Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa celebrating my friend Werner Berger’s 80th birthday.
November 29th Werner will be at the Gayety Theatre for one night. Come spend a casual evening with a true adventurer and extreme High Altitude Climber. A short video and photos will open the night followed by Werner giving a talk about his experiences. Then a 15 minute intermission to mingle, enjoy some food plus cash bar.
Rounding the night off we’ll just sit and chat when you’ll have the chance to ask questions and share stories.
Werner Berger’s the Guinness Book World record holder as “The Oldest Person to have successfully climbed the highest mountain on each of the seven continents. (Messner-7)”.
Tickets are $25.00 inclusive
Tickets will be at the Body Bar or here:
To benefit My Friend’s House Collingwood.
‘13 Minutes to Wait’
Steve Podborski’s Story of the 1980-81 World Cup Season
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Doors open at 6:30pm, Movie screening at 7:00pm.
RBC Dominion Securities presents, in conjunction with Summerhill Entertainment Inc:
‘13 Minutes to Wait’ Steve Podborski’s Story of the 1980-81 World Cup Season. Introduced by Todd Brooker and Bill Johnston, the film’s Director.
This event is sponsored by Nick Hamilton, Investment Advisor with RBC Dominion Securities in Collingwood and in support of the BVO’s Emergency Needs Food Bank.
Thank you to Summerhill Entertainment Inc for providing permission to screen this film
TICKET INQUIRIES CALL: 705-444-4777 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
To benefit BVO’s Emergency Needs Food Bank.
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