Carousel Players is an award-winning professional theatre company that presents inspiring and creative plays for children in schools and community venues. Carousel Players was established in 1972, and is a non-profit charity. Our performances, Theatre School programs, and outreach activities are affordable for children regardless of their socio-economic situation. Over 2.8 million youth and families have seen Carousel Players' productions in our 50 years of touring Niagara, Canada, and beyond. We offer in-person and digital performances, Theatre School classes, and events for families.


366 St. Paul St., St. Catharines, ON L2R 3N2

Chorus NiagaraOur Mission: To be a cornerstone of the Niagara arts community through creative and passionate programsthat entertain and enthrall. Chorus Niagara is a non-profit Community Choir. Formed in 1963 as the St. Catharines Symphony Chorus, Chorus Niagara has grown from a modest twenty-four members to its present complement of a hundred choristers. As the premier Niagara Region choir, Chorus Niagara draws its membership from throughout the Niagara peninsula and from as far away as Hamilton and Buffalo NY. In 1989, the NSA Board invited Robert Cooper to become conductor and, moving in a ...


221 Glendale Ave, PO BOX 25019, St. Catharines, ON L2T 4C4

The FirstOntario PAC is a 95,000 square foot cultural complex comprised of four state-of-the-art performance venues that host a signature presentation of international and local performing artists. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the PAC plays a vital role in the renaissance of downtown St. Catharines, serving as the catalyst in thoroughly modernizing the area and reinforcing the brilliance of Niagara Region's diverse cultural cluster. Four venues make up the centre: Partridge Hall, Robertson Theatre, Cairns Recital Hall and the Film House.


250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3M2

SAIMY'S ART is owned bythe Nigerian-born via Italy vocalist, songwriter, actress and activist SoniaAimy. Sonia is a true workaholic who over the years dedicates her time inperforming numerous shows across Europe, Africa, and North America. From beingthe first black woman led to play the most replicated Cinderella In Italy byTeatro Stabile Per Ragazzi di Torino.For almost as longas she can remember now, beloved vocalist, entrepreneur, actress, and activistSoniaAimyhas been on the go. In fact, since she started touring widely asa musician at the young age of 23, she can’t recall having lingered ...


4337 Queen Street, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 2K9
Saimy's will apply 10% discout to Chamber members for purchases of musicial instruments, carfts or accessories 50 and up.
Instruments includes original djembe, shaking rattles and masks.

World-class theatre — in the heart of Niagara wine country. 13 plays on 3 stages, February to December, plus countless other events & activities, online, outdoors and around the region.The Shaw Festival is a bi-national repertory theatre company: host to one of the world's leading classical theatrical ensembles, and one of only a handful of core repertory ensembles left in the English world. In the spirit of Bernard Shaw, the Shaw Festival creates unforgettable theatre encounters, delivered through the ingenuity and skill of our resident repertory acting ensemble and artisans.The ...


10 Queen's Parade, BOX 774, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0

The Norm Foster Theatre Festival is a professional theatre company located in St. Catharines, Ontario in Canada and is inspired by the work of internationally renowned Canadian playwright Norm Foster. The Foster Festival is an annual theatre Festival which celebrates Norm Foster's works including producing all of his world premieres. Focusing on our mandate of producing heartfelt comedies written by Canadians, The Foster Festival has started developing the work of emerging and established writers of Canadian stories through our playwriting workshops led by Norm Foster himself. Throughout the ...


5 Race St 2nd Floor, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3M1

Tomorrow’s Voicesis Choir Nation’s non-profit children’s choir that launched in St Catharines in the fall of 2017 with over 30 children between the ages of 7 and 17. The choir is barrier-free, audition-free and provides a great outlet for kids who love to sing for the sheer joy of it. Our message,"Kids Should Be Heard"acts as our guiding principle for everything related to Tomorrow’s Voices. We believe everyone should have a voice and that is reinforced each week with our choir.


89 Angela Crescent, St. Davids, ON L0S 1J1