Live music, live theatre, live readings...St. John's is filled with cultural diversity and many unique experiences that make life in this city like no other.
St. Johns' premier theatre experience, featuring dozens of theatrical and musical presentations throughout the year. Also home to the AC Hunter Library, and the Basement theatre as well. And all of this, just a few moments from the main campus.
Run by Newfoundland's Resource Centre for the Arts (RCA), 'The Hall', as it's known around town is home to numerous theatrical and film events over the year, and even a small art gallery as well.
Home to the province's museum, art gallery and archives, there's no shortage of events to keep you amused. You'll also find the best indoor view of the Narrows here. Perfect for a foggy day retreat.
Located next to the Arts building on campus, "Music at Memorial" offers a wide selection of recitals and concerts. Student rates and season passes are available. Come out and support your fellow students.
Catch a show in the centre of the city's historic Rabbittown neighbourhood. Great locally written drama, as well as classic theatrical productions make this theatre worth checking out.
Take a night off and enjoy a reading by one of the province's many authors or a visiting writer from Canada or beyond. Scheduled monthly readings and special events are happening year round.
In St. John's you'll find festivals and concerts at every bend, no matter the season.
Love independent film? Check out the film festivals each year, including:
And if that's not enough, there are a slew of festivals for you to discover new acts and sounds. Check out the city's Calendar of Events to find out more about events such as: