The Centre for All Canadians

The Mack Studio

The Mack Studio is located in the Mackenzie (Mack) Theatre, downstairs in the backstage area. This studio is used for arts education programming including musical theatre and dance classes, performing arts camps, workshops and in-studio presentations. The Mack studio is our smallest studio space, featuring a mirrored wall, ballet barres, and Bluetooth speaker. Students and…

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Choir Room

The Choir Room is located upstairs at the Mackenzie (Mack) Theatre. This room is used as a rehearsal space for our Confederation Centre Youth Chorus and Confederation Singers. The Choir Room is welcoming and bright featuring a grand piano, keyboard, music stands and seating, as well as chalkboard and white board for rehearsals.

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Studio 2

Studio 2 is our second largest rehearsal space. This studio is centrally located on the main floor next to Memorial Hall, with a glass outside wall. Studio 2 is used for arts education programming including dance classes, performing arts camps, workshops and in-studio presentations. This adaptable space is equipped with floor to ceiling mirrors, and…

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Mawson Rehearsal Hall

The Mawson Rehearsal Hall is a spacious open studio located backstage at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The Mawson is used for arts education programming including dance classes, performing arts camps, workshops and in-studio presentations. As the name implies, this space is used by performers as a warm-up and rehearsal area in preparation for…

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Federic S. and Ogden Martin Concourse Gallery

The main halls and passages of the Centre can provide interesting backdrops for casual meetings or functional extensions for events in Memorial Hall or the two Studios. All areas are functional and spacious and have views of the Courtyard, the Sculpture Garden, and the Art Gallery’s concourse display cases. The concourses are also ideal for…

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Schurman Family Studio

The Schurman Family Studio is the heart of our visual arts programming. This colourful art space is accessible via an outside entrance located between the outdoor amphitheatre and Charlottetown Cenotagh. The Schurman Family Studio is used for arts education programming including visual arts classes, camps, workshops and in-studio exhibitions. The studio is filled with art…

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Hambly Boardroom

The Hambly Boardroom provides an executive environment and a relaxing atmosphere. Found close to the Victoria Row entrance of the Centre, this stately room has a long boardroom table, built-in projection screen, and natural lighting. Featuring curated artwork from the Art Gallery’s 17,000 piece permanent collection, this inspired space is the perfect setting for those…

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Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall The heart of Confederation Centre, Memorial Hall looks directly out on historic Province House where Canadian Confederation was born in 1864. Its marble-lined walls and glass top roof create an elegant ambiance, perfect for your event.

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Studio 1

The ultimate unique event setting! Confederation Centre studios provide personality to whatever you may be planning. Whether it’s a team building seminar, a client reception, staff holiday party or management dinner, Studio 1 can provide a flexible, distinctive atmosphere without the work. Studio 1 is also used for arts education programming including school activity visits…

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What are Relaxed Performances?


Sometimes referred to as sensory-friendly experiences, Relaxed Performances give the opportunity for those with various sensitivities towards sensory stimuli to experience and enjoy live theatre.

These performances will be designed in a way to be more comfortable for audience members who may experience anxiety or are not comfortable with some aspects of a traditional theatre setting. This can include people on the Autism Spectrum and their families; those with sensory and communicative disorders or learning disabilities; people with Tourette’s syndrome; someone who might need to move often due to chronic pain or to use the facilities; or even parents with toddlers.



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