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“A bit hit and miss, but still, what a find in a small NL town!”
9 Aug 2017
What is known today as the Grand Bank Regional Theatre began as an idea by a few individuals of the community. They thought it would be nice to "put off a show" about the local history. 18 years later, the Grand Bank Regional Theatre is now the 3rd...more
16 Water Street, Grand Bank, Newfoundland and Labrador A0E 1W0, Canada
Found this theatre almost by mistake when staying in Grand Bank, en route to St. Pierre. The website was down and the (old) venue is shuttered, but we stumbled across them doing a make-up show in their temporary venue (the old Bait Depot). So glad...More
We attended "Scratch and Pull" written by Amy House. It's a one person play that kept us in stitches - we laughed so hard.
Surely a must see if your in the area. There is a twenty minute intermission and the show lasted about 1.5hrs....More
Who knew Newfoundland has so many summer theatres and the one in Grand Bank is a gem. Not much to look at on the outside, inside it is a well-designed space, decorated by the art of local artists. The play we saw "Love Letters", I...More
I am from the USA and visited once in 2014 and again just yesterday. The first time I just saw a fabulous play and yesterday I saw The Queen Of Bingo, which also included dinner. The 3 course dinner which included soup, cod, veggies and...More
Brought my parents-in-law and sister-in-law and spouse down to Grand Bank with my wife and I specifically to see a play, and we weren't disappointed. We saw a dinner theatre performance - Ado - and while the meal wasn't the best (it was still pretty...More
We saw the company when they put on their Woodstock Revival production. If there other shows are as good, then they are all well worth seeing. A very nice little theatre with large foyer and bar.
In the show we saw, the group were singing...More