The Ships of 1801
The Ships of 1801 is a tribute concert to the courageous deeds of the early Scottish Settlers that came to Nova Scotia. On July 14th come experience a concert that tells the story of the early settlers to North Eastern Nova Scotia, featuring local and provincial talent with their original songs and verse all dedicated to the memory of the people aboard the ships of 1801. A great blend of young exciting talent combined with proven experienced performers, all enhanced by costumes and lighting.
Jeremy Webb as Bard
John Spyder MacDonald
with Mairinn, Eilidh and Seonaid,
Gaelic Choir: Stephanie Johnston, Cheryl MacDonald, Michael Newton, Karen Foley, Pemma Muzumdar, Shila LeBlanc
Dancer: Jenny Cluett
Piper Francis Beaton
Gaelic Singers; Alex Kennedy, Jacob Munroe, Ewan MacDonald & David Stewart.
Producer: Duncan MacDonald
Director: Rob Wolf
Music Director: Katie Jamieson
Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $26 Adult, $7 Youth (age 6-16)
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