There is always something to do in Kingston from arts and theatre to movies to concerts to trade shows to nightclub events. We put together Kingston events from April 2013. Feel free to browse our Kingston events calendar.
Give your children the wings to live a successful life with ADHD ! All meeting are on the second Tuesday of every month
A contemporary musical take on a grand classic tale of the timeless bond between an enslaved Nubian princess and an Egyptian soldier.
This race is organized and supported by the Kingston Road Runners Association in support of KRRA charitable causes as well as the Kingston General Hospital Trauma Program and Start2Finish (formerly KidsFest Canada).
A fish attacking a boy, the exorcism of a demon, and the healing of a blind man: the adventures and miracles recounted in the Book of Tobit have long fascinated readers and attracted the attention of artists, especially in the Northern Netherlands during the Baroque Era.
The Canada Council Art Bank holds the largest collection of Canadian contemporary art on the planet: this exhibition draws on its latest additions to profile current art practices and to assess the vitality of the program created in 1972 under the banner of "democracy and democratization.
Oh What A Night is an exciting fast paced musical tribute to the legendary Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons coming direct from Las Vegas, entertainment capital of the world!
Next Gen Sociable is a celebration of local and independent beer, whisky and live entertainment. It aims to deliver good drink, good music and a good time to Kingston. It is the only event of its kind in the area.
Following the international success of “Room on the Broom” and “Twinkle Twonkle”, England's Tall Stories Theatre Company returns to the US with this beloved story of the mythical Gruffalo and a very brave mouse.
TICKET PRICES: $35, $45 plus CRF and applicable service charges.
Founded in 1939 by Gweneth Lloyd and Betty Farrally, Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet holds the double distinction of being Canada's premier ballet company.
Bringing back memories of your first boy/girl dance this American R&B vocal group are best known for emotional ballads and a cappella harmonies like ‘I’ll Make Love to You’ and ‘End of The Road’ co-written and produced by Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds.
TICKET PRICES: $44.50, $59.50, $85 plus CRF and applicable service
Simple, spare and elegant, the latest from this celebrated Quebeqois troupe explores the inherent grace of French composer Erik Satie. Eight dancers, clad in translucent white, are accompanied by Satie’s gentle but eccentric pieces, Gymnopédies and Gnossiennes.
When an embittered, self-involved bachelor arrives to care for the dying aunt he hasn't seen since childhood, his brief visit stretches to interminable lengths.
With more than four million albums sold and more than a dozen Top 10 hits to her credit, Terri Clark has emerged as a singular voice on the country music landscape driving, passionate, spirited and every bit her own woman.
Tour details announced: Darrin Rose (host) | Mark Watson | Modi | Wil Sylvince
The Community Forum that takes place at the K-Rock Centre on Saturday, April 20th, 2013 will have something of interest for everyone, including exhibits, speakers, success stories, and interactive discussions about sustainability in Kingston.
TICKET PRICES: $115, $75, $45, $25 plus CRF and applicable service charges.
EARLY BIRD TICKET PRICES: $89 plus applicable service charges.
Led Zeppelin’s untitled fourth album – usually called IV for convenience – is a monster. It includes some of their most iconic material – like 'Stairway to Heaven', 'Black Dog' and 'The Battle of Evermore'
The recipe for a sure sell-out! Take the brilliant cellist Denise Djokic and have her perform Dvorak’s masterful Cello Concerto. Mix with Rimsky-Korsakov’s exotic Scheherazade, add a dash of Smetana, and listen as we serve up a very tasty season finale.