The Memorial Centre theatre in Red Deer, Alberta, upcoming events Operated by Central Alberta Theatre, the Memorial Centre was built in 1951, in memory of those who lost their lives in World War I and World War II.
The theatre is the largest soft seat performing arts facility in the City of Red Deer. Originally part of the A-20 Training Camp during WWII the drill hall was converted into an auditorium and gymnasium in 1951. The renovations included a memorial wall in the lobby as a tribute to those who lost their lives in World Wars I and II.
Playing host to a wide variety of artists and events, both local and international, the Red Deer Memorial Centre plays an integral role in the arts scene in central Alberta.
– House Capacity: 704 seats including 12 permanent wheelchair
– Proscenium Width: typically 38'
– Proscenium Height: fixed at 11'8", defined by main border
– Theatrical lighting and sound equipment
– Three dressing rooms, greenroom area and restrooms
– On-site laundry and shower facilities
– Experienced and professional staff
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A Dramatic Musical for Easter Family friendly event Free to attend Donations gratefully accepted towards the CAPCC maternity home www.pregnancycare.ca
Rocklands Entertainment is bringing two great shows to the Memorial Centre. This spring is Four by Four with a tribute to four great bands. Next fall is Jason Petty with what is more than just a tribute to the legendary Hank Williams.