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Date(s) - 09/12/2015
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Cranbrook History Centre - Royal Alexandra Hall






    Join us in the elegance of the Royal Alexandra Hall for an evening of fine dining, entertainment, history and music.

    The evening will unfold with a themed dinner taking you across Canada in the year 1864, from the regal opulence of the Charlottetown Conference to the humble simplicity of homesteads establishing themselves on the new frontier.

    The dinner will feature a four course menu, prepared by Rusty Cox of the Heid Out Restaurant, highlighting recipes and ingredients common to the era.

    Historic characters from Sir John A. Macdonald to John Galbraith will come back to life with brief narrative interludes and conversations that will transport you to a point in time just before the nation formed.

    At the centre of the evening is the beautiful restored 1864 Broadwood & Sons Grand Piano which will be played by Canadian classical pianist Michael Kim.

    Michael Kim, one of Canada’s foremost classical pianist’s will take us on a musical journey highlighting the rich European traditions alongside the first pieces of the New World expression framed by the masterpiece of 1864 craftsmanship of the Broadwood & Sons Concert Grand Piano.


    Dinner and Concert $70.00 per person

Buy your tickets online at www.keycitytheatre.com or at the Key City Theatre Ticket Office prior to the event.