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Strathspey Performing Arts Centre

Welcome to Strathspey Performing Arts Centre! Home to live music, arts & culture, and tradition.

Nestled in the rolling hills of Inverness County, this world class, professional theatre has played host to international and local performers alike. As an integral piece of the community for locals and a “must-see” for visitors, this venue has a passion for performance!

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Upcoming Performances

From live theatre to international singer-song writers, Strathspey Performing Arts Centre has shows for visitors of all ages. Please contact our box office for further details on upcoming performances.

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STRATHSPEY CONNECTIONS! July 27, August 3, 10 & 17.

This show will tell the tragedy to triumph journey of the Gaels in Nova Scotia.
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The story of the Gaels in Nova Scotia goes back thousands of years and, due to generations of cultural repression, is unknown to many of the Gaels themselves and especially to the general population. It's a story of highly-civilized society with traditions of scholarship, law, and medicine, that carried their greatest treasures within their language and their culture, a culture that once dominated most of Scotland.

As a people the Gaels have encountered linguistic and cultural persecution and repression for hundreds of years, and yet their language and culture still endure in the 21st century. Cape Breton Island is today, one of the few regions in the world outside of Scotland and Ireland where the Gaelic language is still naturally spoken within families and communities and where its attendant culture of music, song, dance, and storytelling is still shared within those communities.

This show gives the background to this people, language, and culture and exhibits the evolution of the music, singing, and dance heritage over the last few hundred years and into the present day.

The cast of Strathspey Connections: Kenneth MacKenzie, Paul K. MacNeil, Patrick Gillis, Dominique Dodge, Jessie Helen MacNeil, Nora MacNeil, Orianna MacNeil, Jeff MacDonald and Bernard Cameron.

Tickets are available online at www.strathspeyplace.com or by calling 902-945-5300
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