Sing along with one of Canada’s best-loved children’s singers and four-time Juno winner Fred Penner at this year’s Festival!
Featured Performers & Special Events
Our 2021 Festival will feature dazzling performances from artists far and wide. From local treasures to rare and exotic finds, these captivating performers will put a smile on your child’s face and hopefully even make you hoot with laughter.
We’ve got many exciting shows and special events planned for you this year! Check back soon for the 2021 Festival lineup. School tickets go on sale on Feb 2, 2021 and public tickets go on sale on Feb. 28, 2021.
Imagine your child’s delight when they realize that they’re part of the show! The Human Radio is an interactive, live looping performance, using vocal percussion, rhythmic rhymes and an eclectic mix of instruments from around the globe.
While a Grade 3 class is on a field trip to the Art Gallery they notice something strange. Colours are leaving an Emily Carr painting. Why are the colours so eager to leave? An interactive film that uses live action and animation to tell a beautiful story.
What would you get if you mixed Ginger Rogers with Mr. Bean and the Muppet show?! It’s Ideas Bobert! A heart-warming and hilarious physical comedy that will delight the entire family!
Le monde est un kaléidoscope d'individus avec des parcours plus riches les uns que les autres. Finaliste de prix littéraires, auteur et conteur fabuleux, David Bouchard partage son propre héritage Métis en racontant des histoires fascinantes et en y ajoutant une dimension musicale à l’aide de sa flûte.
You’ll be swept away on a journey that follows eight hundred turtle siblings as they make their way to India to celebrate their Father’s birthday.
Be transported to the mythical island of Joya in this gripping audio drama, as you join Isabella and Pablo in the search for their missing friend. As they journey into unknown they soon discover a fiery legend is stirring from its sleep.
We all have a story to tell, what’s yours? One of a Kind is a series of stories performed by a talented and diverse group of extraordinary emerging storytellers.
You had me at cello! Take a Nerd’s Whirlwind Musical Tour with internationally respected Indigenous cellist, composer and big kid Cris Derksen where a “classical” instrument takes on a new life.
It’s about to get loud as Immigrant Lessons hits the stage! They’ll blow you away with their dynamite moves and dizzyingly fast footwork. Don’t miss this high-energy dance extravaganza.
There’s going to be a dance party and you’re invited! Africa Oyé features songs, music, and dances from Cameroon, Benin, Guinea, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Come celebrate this beautiful expression of African culture with the talented Jacky Essombe, accompanied by her friends.