Cleland Community Theatre

he Cleland Theatre, located in the Penticton Community Centre at 325 Power Street, is Penticton's community theatre. The theatre seats 443 with complete technical equipment, lighting and sound.

The Cleland Community Theatre hosts national and international performers symphonies, school groups, comedians, noteworthy speakers and community groups. Find tickets to our next performance or find your production's next venue at Penticton's Cleland Community Theatre.

Upcoming Events! | Theatre Seating & Tickets | Where to Find Us Rental & Technical Information

 

 

 

 

 

  Upcoming Events!

Here is what's happening at the Cleland Community Theatre:

February

 

 

Snowed in Comedy Tour

 Thursday February 4th

Show at 8:30pm

Penticton Cleland Theatre

 

The Snowed In Comedy Tour Returns after last year’s stellar show received amazing reviews, Four international comedians come together to create one amazing show with each bringing a unique and hilarious take providing something for everyone. Just for Laughs winner Dan Quinn is back along with the wild man MC Craig Campbell. The $25,000 great Canadian laugh off winner Paul Myrehaug returns and new this year is 5 time Canadian Comedian of the year nominee Pete Zedlacher, to keep it fresh. Don’t miss out on the comedy show the Kelowna Daily courier called “Better than the Just for Laughs tour”.

 

 

Ticket Price: $35

Tickets Sold At Penticton Community Centre 325 Power Street, Penticton or online at

(www.snowedincomedytour.com)

 

Heroes & Heroines

February 13, 2016

Doors open 6:30pm

Show 7:30-9:30pm

 

We juxtapose the classics with jazz in this concert. The great James Campbell, one of the world's foremost clarinetists, returns to our stage showing his versatility and mastery of both the classics and jazz.

The heroine, Leonore, immortalized by Beethoven in his opera Fidelio gives us all a reason to cheer. We pay tribute to Benny Gooman and other legends of the clarinet in Gilliand's Jazz Concerto for Clarinet - Dreaming of the Masters 1.

The OSYO joins us for our annual Side-by-Side to close this program with the toe-tapping infectious tunes from Gershwin's An American In Paris. Come and see just how much rhythm we got. This concert will be Fun, Fun, Fun!
Featuring:
James Campbell, Clarinet
and Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra
Program:
Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonore Overture No. 3 op 72b
Carl Maria von Weber, Clarinet Concerto No. 2, op 74 in E flat Major
Allan Gilliland, Dreaming the Masters 1
George Gershwin, An American In Paris

Ticket Prices and Ages for Rates

Adults: 56.25

Students:

Seniors: 49

Children: 26.75

Other (please specify)

Tickets Sold At

https://okanagansymphony.com/

More Information

https://okanagansymphony.com/

 

Bandidos Cerveza Rides Again

Event Date: February 25th, 2016
Time Doors Open: 6:30 pm
Time Event Starts: 7:30 pm
Length of Event in minutes: 120 min

 

BandidosCerveza,a 22 - piece Symphonic Classic Rock Band consisting of lead vocals, backup vocals, strings, brass, percussion and a rock rhythm section will be performing at The Penticton Cleland Theatre February, 25th at 7:30 pm.

 

Randy Zahara, Manager of the Kelowna Community Theatre, after attending the last Bandidos Cerveza Concert said, "Ihave witnessed hundreds of great

performances, from Brian Adams to KD Lang, and last night’s Bandidos Cerveza concert was one of the five most entertaining events I have seen since I began managing the Kelowna Community Theatre over ten years ago”.

 

Musical Director Ken Hartfield’s professional musical career has spanned over four decades and has crossed international borders. Ken has also worked in the LA and Las Vegas music scene as a musical director/arranger and session player with some of the most prominent names in the entertainment industry, including; Tom Jones, Gloria Loring, Tanya Tucker, Bobby Vinton, Rich Little, The Bob Hope Show and Ed Shaughnessy, the award-winning drummer from the Johnny Carson era of the Tonight Show.

 

Ken’s new enhanced arrangements of these great Rock Classics has captured the attention of Music Radio Promoters, and Talent Agents in Los Angeles and San Diego. Ken has brought together professional studio musicians from across Canada whom he has worked with throughout the years to form Bandidos Cerveza.


Purchase your tickets online at: – bandidoscerveza.com or The Penticton
Shatford Centre. Videos – Live from Vernon https://youtube/LGZPLf6RjLA

Penticton/Kamloops TV

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Ticket Prices and Ages for Rates
Adults: $55 – includes all ticket costs & tax
Tickets Sold At
Online – bandidoscevreza.com
Penticton Shatford Centre – 760 Main St. Phone: 250-770-7668

March

 
 

REVEEN the Legend Continues

Sunday, March 13, 2016

7:00pm, doors open at 7:30

Length of show: 120 Minutes

 

Like Father, Like Son... The Legend continues as Tyrone Reveen (son of the original) takes you to the inner and outer reaches of your imagination with "The Subconsious Experience." People from the audience become the stars in one of the wildest and funniest shows...It's the ultimate family experience. Be certain you see Reveen...and prepare to be amazed!

 

Tickets: $43.00

Tickets sold at Penticton Community Center

For more information: www.reveenshow.com

 April

 

 

Local Artists

presented by Penticton Community Concerts

Event Date:  April 7, 2016

Penticton Community Concerts remains devoted to showcasing local artists. The calibre of talent that we are graced with in the Okanagan is a testament to the community's vision and support of the performing arts.

Time Doors Open:  7:00 pm  

Time Event Starts:  7:30 pm

Length of Event in minutes:  90 mins

 

Ticket Prices: Adults: $30 / Students: $5

Membership to four concerts: $90 adults /  $15 students

 Tickets Sold At  Shatford Center, 760 Main St. Pentiton, BC  250.770.7668  and available at the door (subject to availability)

 More Information

Website: pentictoncommunityconcerts.com

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Theatre Seating and Ticketing

The Cleland Community Theatre has 443 seats and 4 designated spots for persons in wheelchairs. There is elevator access to the theatre, cloakroom, washrooms, ATM, vending machines, parking for persons with disabilities and valid decal and volunteer ushers to help make your visit enjoyable.

You can view our theatre seating chart to see seat locations. Most tickets are sold through the Penticton Community Centre Reception but some events choose to other sources. Check the event's details for ticket information.

Would you like to be a volunteer usher? Do you have excellent communication and customer service skills? We offer flexible schedules and you earn rewards to exchange for free programs or theatre tickets. Submit the Volunteer Application Form to the Penticton Community Centre or email.

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Where to Find Us

The Cleland Community Theatre is located in the Penticton Community Centre, 325 Power St., Penticton BC, V2A 7K9. For more informaton on tickets and rentals call the Community Centre at 250-490-2426.

 

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Rental and Technical Information

Rental of Penticton's Cleland Community Theatre includes 4 dressing rooms and green room.

  • Theatre rental information, including rates and policies: contact Laurie Kadin at 250-490-2430 or email.
  • Technical information: please view the Technical Information Package. For further details or to clarify technical information contact Theatre Technician John Clarke at 250-490-2439 or email.

Your rental package includes Cleland Community Theatre volunteer ushers to welcome your audience and assist with seating. A temporary liquor licence may be obtained from Liquor Control and Licensing. Please note that theatre rentals may require SOCAN licences; you can find information on application licenses and costs from SOCAN.

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