Centrepointe’s new season features Howie Mandel, Shaun Majumder

Howie Mandel is at Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe on Nov. 7.

Tickets go on sale to the public on Thursday to a Centrepointe Theatre season that includes comics Howie Mandel and Shaun Majumder, lots of local talent and performances fit for the family. 

“We do our best at Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe to provide a little something for everyone,” said Allan Sansom, who is the artistic producer and manager at Centrepointe. “I’m particularly proud of and excited about the number of local musicians we’re presenting in both theatre spaces.

The season starts Oct. 18 with Dueling Pianos. The Grey Jazz Big Band performs  Nov. 8 followed by local bluesman JW Jones and Friends on Dec. 19. And funksters The Commotions are on stage Feb. 22, 2020.

Max Weinberg, who plays drums with Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, has his own ” jukebox” show which allows the audience to create a setlist by choosing from a 200-song video menu. This event is in town Oct. 25. Get ready to put on the plaid for The Bay City Rollers on March 19, 2020.

Canadian country star Meghan Patrick will be performing on Valentine’s day.

For the family: The Netflix show and popular book series by Anna Dewdney Llama Llama will be on stage Feb. 29. On Feb. 22, the popular children’s theatre troupe  L’Aubergine presents Ripopée, a “clownesque fable about strength of friendship”.

Howie Mandel will appear Nov. 7. Shaun Majumder offers his take on the world on Feb. 28. And for more comedy, the Just for Laughs roadshow returns April 16.

There has been movies, TV series and a musical made on the books written by Lucy Maude Montgomery. Now there is Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet. The feisty red head will be dancing on May 20.

For more please see, meridiancentrepointe.com.

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Peter Robb began his connection with the arts community in Ottawa in the mid-1980s when he was the administrator and public relations director of the Great Canadian Theatre Company. After a long career in journalism with the Ottawa Citizen where he served in a number of different posts he returned to the arts when he became the Citizen's arts editor.