Shakespeare by the Sea 25th Anniversary Alumni Dinner

Come celebrate Shakespeare by the Sea Festival's 25th Anniversary Season with old and new friends!

Dinner, drinks, blasts from the past and other surprises in store!

Saturday, June 24 at 7 pm

Justina Centre (108 Outer Cove Road, Logy Bay) 

Doors Open at 7 pm, Dinner served at 8 pm

Fantastic Menu for the evening from Taste of Class:

Course I: Soup du Jour

Course II: Stuffed Bone-In Chicken Breast with Traditional NL Savory Dressing and a Red Wine Sauce. Served with Potatoes and Vegetables OR Eggplant Parmesan

Course III: Fruit Cheesecake 

Tickets are available through Eventbrite or can be booked directly through

We're thrilled to announce the line-up for Summer 2017!
Our 25th Anniversary Season:
From Home Port to Uncharted Waters

William Shakespeare's The Tempest
Directed by Paul Rowe
Signal Hill National Historic Site
Fridays and Saturdays at 6PM
July 14 to August 12
Home Port – the first play our festival ever produced!
The perfect Shakespeare show for the rugged landscapes of our province.

William Shakespeare's Timon of Athens
Directed by Ian Campbell
Kenny's Pond Park
Sundays and Mondays at 6PM
July 2 to August 7
Uncharted Waters - a Shakespeare play we have never staged!
Timon's life of decadence turns abruptly to decay.

Shake it Up! by Brendan Kelso, Khara Oliver, and Ian Campbell
Directed by Sharon King-Campbell
St. John's Farmer's Market
Saturdays at 11AM and 1PM
June 24 to August 12
Four Shakespeare plays in under 60 minutes!
6 actors play all the roles to introduce young audiences
(or big kids!) to the Bard in this fun and fast-paced show.

Soldier's Heart by David French
Directed by Sandra Mills
Newman Wine Vaults Provincial Historic Site
Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM
July 7 to August 12
Looking back and looking forward;
Jacob Mercer wants his father to talk about WWI.

Tunes and Tales with Kelly Russell
Crow's Nest Officers' Club
Mondays at 8PM
July 3 to August 28
A festival favourite! The official tradition bearer of NL
tells stories of outport Newfoundland and plays the
fiddle music he has helped to preserve.