Dinner And A Show
This is the way Dinner Shows should be enjoyed… with a delicious three-course meal served in the beautifully appointed David Foster Foundation Theatre.
If the performing arts run in your veins, have we got a show for you! Our Dinner Show season runs October through February and features high-calibre, high-energy shows alongside a themed menu created by our Executive Chef.
A portion of all admissions go toward supporting children in need of life-saving organ transplants through our ongoing partnership with the David Foster Foundation – so bring your friends, sit back and enjoy the evening.
We are pleased to launch our 2016/17 Theatre Season!
Dates: October 28
Mike Fraser was on top of the world. His charm made him a lot of friends, and his temper made him just as many enemies. He was larger then life, living every second like it was his last… until an unfortunate series of events brings him to his last breath. He is no longer with us, but can you figure out what caused his death? Join us in 1950’s era attire if you dare, for a show featuring an exciting, light hearted cast as they guide you through a murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the very last second.
Dates: November 18 & 19
Join us for an intimate evening with the multi-talented singer-songwriter Michael Sicoly. A noted voice-over artist, actor, performer and singer. Michael’s unique story will be on full display as he performs everything from Frank Sinatra to Billy Joel.
Dates: December 16, 17, 23 & 24
Join us as we experience a heartwarming radio play adaptation of the movie musical “White Christmas” go “live on air” to the radio soundstage of the 1940s. This festive show includes live sound effects and songs from the movie, plus another seasonal radio play comedy classic: Sleigh Ride.
Dates: January 20, 21, 27 & 28 February 10, 11 & 18
Join one of Canada’s top magicians, Eric Bedard, as he takes you on a three part magical journey in the David Foster Foundation theatre. An Internationally noted Magician to the Stars, you will be amazed with a unique and humorous performance by the man David Foster himself calls the Magic Johnson of Magicians.