All I want for Christmas …

are my two front seats, front row that is…

but since there’s nary a bad seat in the room we’ll gladly sit wherever there’s a spot!

Nova Scotia’s South Shore is where great seats are a SHORE thing!

The Astor Theatre is proud to be the oldest performing arts venue in Nova Scotia and is celebrating 119 years of entertainment on the South Shore.

Built in 1902 as part of the historic Town Hall, the theatre was known as the Liverpool Opera House.

It’s stage has hosted touring and local shows in days gone by and present day, film (both silent and “talkie), war documentaries and news reels and cinemascope pictures!

The Christmas Season’s live entertainment list includes..

Tom, Dick and Harry – a farce by Ray Cooney and Michael Cooney

Thane Dunn & The Cadillac Kings – perform Elvis’s Greatest HIts

The 90th Anniversary Kiwanis Community Concert

Lennie Gallant – Innkeeper’s Christmas

A Dramatic Reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

The Snowman’s Ball: Matt Anderson & Friends

Stadacona Band Celebrate the Season

Add the Astor Theatre to your bucket list of entertainment venues to experience on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, and we’ll SEA you when you get here!

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