School & Programming

Film Screening of JANE the new National Geographic Documentary on Dr. Jane Goodall

Thu Sep 27 12:00 PM

Join us for the 90 minute screening of the film,  followed by a speaker from the Goodall Institute to speak about the film and about their "Roots and Shoots" program that students can join and begin doing community projects.  A 30 minute question and answer period will conclude this event.

Pricing Info:

$15.00

$12.00 student group pricing

$8.00 per ticket will go to the Roots and Shoots program

For school tickets email ecox@brantford.ca or call 519-758-8090 ext. 5031

Fatty Legs

This event has been cancelled. Please contact box office for a full refund or to exchange your tickets. Mon Oct 15 1:00 PM

This show uses music, dance, and narration to tell the story of one little girl’s experience in “Indian” Residential School. Based on a true story, it brings to light great suffering while celebrating the deep strength of a child who refused to be broken by her experiences.  Performed by Xara Choral Theatre and Sarain Carson-Fox. Based on Fatty Legs by Margaret Pokiak- Fenton and Christy Jordan-Fenton, artwork by Liz Amini-Holmes, published by Annick Press.

Pricing Info:

$12.00

Fatty Legs

Tue Oct 16 10:00 AM

This show uses music, dance, and narration to tell the story of one little girl’s experience in “Indian” Residential School. Based on a true story, it brings to light great suffering while celebrating the deep strength of a child who refused to be broken by her experiences.  Performed by Xara Choral Theatre and Sarain Carson-Fox. Based on Fatty Legs by Margaret Pokiak- Fenton and Christy Jordan-Fenton, artwork by Liz Amini-Holmes, published by Annick Press.


Pricing Info:

$12.00

Fatty Legs

Tue Oct 16 1:00 PM

This show uses music, dance, and narration to tell the story of one little girl’s experience in “Indian” Residential School. Based on a true story, it brings to light great suffering while celebrating the deep strength of a child who refused to be broken by her experiences.  Performed by Xara Choral Theatre and Sarain Carson-Fox. Based on Fatty Legs by Margaret Pokiak- Fenton and Christy Jordan-Fenton, artwork by Liz Amini-Holmes, published by Annick Press.

Pricing Info:

$12.00

Brant Theatre Workshops present Sisters in Solace

Written by Vincent Ball Tue Nov 6 1:00 PM

In the aftermath of World War I, two women, one from Six Nations, the other from Brantford can only find comfort and healing in the sharing of their combined memories. Together, they find peace from the war and discover truth and reconciliation in their common experience.

Pricing Info:

$12.00

Boys, Girls and Other Mythological Creatures

Tue Jan 22 1:00 PM

Boys, Girls, and Other MythologicalCreatures follows young Simon on a quest to battle a fearsome dragon,with the aid of their friend Abby. Along the way, Simon’s older brother resists the pair’s magical world and shares his discomfort with Simon dressing up to transform into their ‘true self.’ 

Pricing Info:

$12.00

Boys, Girls and Other Mythological Creatures

Wed Jan 23 10:30 AM

Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures follows young Simon on a quest to battle a fearsome dragon,with the aid of their friend Abby. Along the way, Simon’s older brother resists the pair’s magical world and shares his discomfort with Simon dressing up to transform into their ‘true self.’ 

Pricing Info:

$12.00

Rumble The Concert

Wed Feb 13 1:00 PM

This unique and timely entertaining live music event will reveal the significant contributions Indigenous musicians have made to North American popular music. Featuring two-time JUNO Award-winner Derek Miller and other celebrated award-winning musicians, RUMBLE THE CONCERT will present songs that tell the story of Indigenous influences in shaping roots, blues, jazz, folk, and rock music genres.

Pricing Info:

$12.00

 

Brantford Symphony presents a Special Presentation for Schools - Bach to the Future With the Platypus Theatre

Public on sale date Saturday December 1 at 12 PM Wed Feb 20 1:00 PM

After last season's three sold out performances of "Presto, Mambo!", the Platypus Theatre returns with another one of their exciting children-oriented shows, "Bach to the Future" featuring young Corky.
Corky’s eccentric Uncle Siegfried is the obvious person to help her with her student project on classical music. While poking around in his peculiar workshop, she accidentally combines the ingredients of a magical musical spell making her tumble through time to meet some of the world’s most fascinating composers. 

Pricing Info:

Adults: $15.00

Children and Elementary Students:  $5.00

For tickets call: 519-759-8781

Brantford Symphony presents a Special Presentation for Schools - Bach to the Future With the Platypus Theatre

Public on sale date Saturday December 1 at 12 PM Thu Feb 21 10:30 AM

After last season's three sold out performances of "Presto, Mambo!", the Platypus Theatre returns with another one of their exciting children-oriented shows, "Bach to the Future" featuring young Corky.
Corky’s eccentric Uncle Siegfried is the obvious person to help her with her student project on classical music. While poking around in his peculiar workshop, she accidentally combines the ingredients of a magical musical spell making her tumble through time to meet some of the world’s most fascinating composers. 


Pricing Info:

Adults: $15.00

Children and Elementary Students:  $5.00

For tickets call: 519-759-8781

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