Cleland Community Theatre

The 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:

December

Ran Berry - One Hit Wonders Show, Saturday, December 6 at 7:30 pm

The Valley's # 1 Summer Show Returns

Theatre Manager Randy Zahara states,  "The One Hit Wonders Show has been our theatres  #1 selling show each year. It has all the elements of a professional Las Vegas production.  The big band, the costumes, the props…..and those great songs !  The audience is thoroughly entertained from start to finish. "Producer/Performer Rann Berry refers to the show as a musical tribute to an era, and not to any one artist or band.  That era being the mid 60s to the mid 70s.   Berry explains, "Such a wealth of incredible memorable music was produced during this period of time. Music which we've lovingly incorporated into this nostalgic musical journey. These are powerful songs, which bring back powerful memories.
With Special Guests - The Penticton Secondary Senior Jazz Band
Tickets are $29 and available at the Penticton Community Centre or 250-490-2426.
For more info www.theonehitwonders.com

Pretty Faces - The Story of a Skier Girl,  Tuesday December 9 at 7:30 pm CHANGE OF VENUE- THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD AT CUSTOM SKI AND BOARD
2936 PANDOSY ST., KELOWNA.
Our apologies for the inconvenience.

Pretty Faces is a film celebrating women who thrive in the snow. The concept for the film was originated by professional big mountain skier and SheJumps co-founder, Lynsey Dyer with the objective of giving women and girls, young and old, a source of inspiration through a unique look at what is possible when boundaries are broken, dreams captured and friendships cultivated.

Tickets are $10
Custom Ski and Board, 2936 Pandosy St. Kelowna, Contact Mark: 250-861-5699

For more info: www.unicornpicnic.com

An Intimate Afternoon with Frank Mills, Sunday, December 14 at 2:00pm. Doors open at 1:30pm.

 

International pianist Frank Mills shines his musical light again as he returns to the stage with "An Intimate Afternoon with Frank Mills". It's like spending an afternoon in Frank's living room as he shares music, memories and even some humour of over forty years at the piano and on stages around the world. Tickets available at the Penticton Community Centre or 250-490-2426. More information at www.frankmills.com

January

Children's Showcase presents Alex Zerbe: Come Alive, Sunday, January 11, 2015. Doors open at 1:30 pm, performance starts at 2:00pm. Tickets general admission $30 for complete series or single tickets at door $12 and are available at Tumbleweed Gallery, Oliver Veterinary and The Beanery. More information on Facebook at Children's Showcase.

March

The Irish Rovers Saturday, March 7, 2015. Doors open 6:30pm; performance starts 7:00pm.

 

The Irish Rovers celebrate 50 Years of Music with a Release of "The Irish Rovers, 50 Years" triple CD set - for sale at the concert. Fans will enjoy a mix of their hits, rollicking Jigs and Reels, plus hilarious stories from their years on the road. Tickets $51.50 available at the Penticton Community Centre. For more information visit http://www.theirishroversmusic.com/

May

Children's Showcase presents Modus O: Circus Terrifico Slideshow Ballet, Sunday, May 10, 2015. Doors open at 1:30 pm, performance starts at 2:00pm. Tickets general admission $30 for complete series or single tickets at door $12 and are available at Tumbleweed Gallery, Oliver Veterinary and The Beanery. More information on Facebook at Children's Showcase.

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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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