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EA RAWLINSON CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

THE GATHERING PLACE FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS

KISTAHPINANIHK

We acknowledge we are on the traditional lands referred to as Treaty 6 Territory and the homeland of the Dakota and Métis, and that the City of Prince Albert and all the people here are beneficiaries of this peace and friendship treaty.

THE LATEST

MASK MANDATE

As of Friday, September 10th, masks will be mandatory to staff and visitors of all City of Prince Albert facilities. This includes the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts.

WHO'S THERE?

We're unique, and we all like different things. At the EARC, we want to learn more about the people visiting us, beyond your address and age. What makes YOU get off the couch and leave your house?

Take this simple and fun survey, and we'll know what kinds of shows our audiences want to see. Plus, if you sign up for text or email notifications, we can recommend shows we think you'll prefer based on your answers, and alert to you to new shows that fit your preferences.

TEXT ALERTS

Sign up to receive text messages about upcoming events! We won't text you to remind you about shows, but you will be the first to know about the new stuff!

COMING UP

  • 21/22 Season: The North Sound
    Sat., Oct. 02
    Prince Albert
    Oct. 02, 7:30 p.m.
    Prince Albert, 142 12 St W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 3B5, Canada
    Forrest Eaglespeaker is a Blackfoot singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Calgary, Alberta, now residing in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is the heartbeat of Canadian roots-rock band The North Sound, presently a duo with his wife, Nevada Freistadt, who composes and performs vocal harmonies.
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  • 21/22 Season: Michael Bernard Fitzgerald
    Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m.
    Prince Albert, 142 12 St W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 3B5, Canada
    Michael Bernard Fitzgerald is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has collected an audience of fans across North America drawn to simple honest words and a genuine smile.
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  • 21/22 Season: Singing With Sylvia
    Wed., Oct. 20
    Prince Albert
    Oct. 20, 6:30 p.m.
    Prince Albert, 142 12 St W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 3B5, Canada
    Sylvia Chave is Saskatchewan’s superstar to the sweet and sticky. Her one-woman music show inspires littles and bigs to giggle and wiggle together.
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about us

The EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts presents artists of world-class caliber diverse in genre and disciplines, enhancing the cultural fabric of Prince Albert and region, and provides opportunities for community engagement through local artist, audience, and event development.

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DIAMOND SPONSORS: 

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Canadian

Content

Development

Fund

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SHEILA & MITCH HOLASH

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ACCESSIBILITY

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We have different options for people with mobility concerns: please call the Box Office and we'll make sure you're seated in the best spot possible!

HEARING ASSISTANCE

We have an in-house system that can help you hear every second of the show; let us know if you require our assistance when you book your tickets and when you arrive!

PARKING

OPTIONS

Free parking is available in our lot, and overflow parking is permitted at the Gateway Mall's north parking lot.

Parking behind our Centre is not recommended.

BOX

OFFICE

Our Box Office is now  open Monday to Saturday,

9am to 4:30pm.

We are closed Sunday and STAT holidays.