The Cambridge Celebration of the Arts is an annual, free exhibition focusing on works of art judged in competitions for various categories.
For more than 30 years Centre In The Square has played a leading role in showcasing the best local and international performing arts. It is the region’s largest and busiest performing arts centre, staging more than 158 events to more than 150,000 people in 2016.
Drayton Entertainment is one of Canada's most successful professional theatre companies, producing Broadway musicals, comedies and dramas in its seven Ontario theatres , including 3 in Waterloo Region: St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre, and the Hamilton Family Theatre
Green Lights Arts is not-for-profit theatre company in Waterloo Region that is dedicated to bringing people together to celebrate theatre arts and to provide creative programming that inspires, nurtures and challenges audiences. They are committed to reflecting diversity and inclusion in their plays
Nationally acclaimed, the KWS is the cultural centrepiece of the Waterloo Region. Comprehensive school programs, free concerts at hospitals, soup kitchens, seniors’ homes and an annual free concert in Waterloo Park are offered every year to the community.
Music and Lights is an annual event occurring in Hespeler Village in late November. Considered the kickoff to the popular Christmas in Cambridge series of events, Music and Lights features choirs, plays, and Christmas tree lighting at Hespeler Town Hall.
A distinctive venue that features post and beam construction associated with traditional Mennonite architecture. With 400 seats, the theatre auditorium has a raked layout that affords each seat a fantastic view of the stage.
Set in a renovated 1867 village schoolhouse, this unique venue is high on charm. With only 100 seats and remarkable acoustics, the intimate atmosphere lends itself to cabaret-style performances.