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Kingston, Ontario was slated to be the Capital of this Country; when dubious minds made change and brought Ottawa on board due to safety considerations from our neighbors. This historic refuge screams intrigue and the chance of a life time to discover a knowledge that...More
A super pub with lots of great food..large portions for good value. Service is excellent and staff very friendly. There is a history here of Sir John A Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. I believe it was his law office at one time. Kingston is...More
What a talented troupe! Amazed and inspired at the innovation and creativity of this presentation. They packed a lot of historical information into a constantly moving, always entertaining show that never became dry or uninteresting. Each actor took on dozens of different personalities effortlessly (at...More
I have read many of the reviews and they all said it all - this is an outstandingly talented group of young people who clearly love what they do, and do a super job! (Hannah's
expressions are hilarious).
What a fun way to see Sir...More
Grandpa: So Chloe, what did you think about the play? Chloe(12) : It was awesome! Grandpa: And you Abby, did you like it? Abby (13): I LOVED it! And there you have two thumbs up from the younger generation. I took my two grand-daughters to...More
These players have talent. Their original witty take on our first prime minister resonates with the audience. If you like clever dialogue, catchy songs, quick change presentation in the tradition of street theatre, make sure you see this.
Yes, indeed I was on a self guided version because I had a copy of the tour map. Not hard to find and better when you do it by yourself - at your own speed - and not have to listen to silly questions. It would help if you... More
Yes, indeed I was on a self guided version because I had a copy of the tour map. Not hard to find and better when you do it by yourself - at your own speed - and not have to listen to silly questions. It would help if you know something about Sir. John.
Response from Allison F | Property representative |
You can get tickets for the In Sir John A's Footsteps show online on SALON Theatre's website (just google SALON Theatre, as we are not allowed to include website links in these responses). The show runs at 11 am and 2 pm... More
You can get tickets for the In Sir John A's Footsteps show online on SALON Theatre's website (just google SALON Theatre, as we are not allowed to include website links in these responses). The show runs at 11 am and 2 pm from Wednesday until Sunday. This is the last week though, as the show is finished on September 27th.
Depending on when you are coming to Kingston, we have another show as well called "Hidden From View" that runs at Bellevue House Oct 9-12. There are more details on our same website for how you can make reservations and for times.
Please feel free to call us at 613-767-8178 as well if you need any more information, or you can email us through the website as well.
I hope that helps!
Allison Ferry (Communications Manager for SALON Theatre)