Centre In The Square is thrilled to announce the return of the National Geographic Live Speaker Series. Browse through our digital brochure to discover the inspiring and educational presenters coming to us in 2017/18. Buy all four shows and not only do you save 15% off single ticket prices, we’ll give you a complimentary pair of tickets to the first show so you can share the experience with friends or family.
The 2017/18 Speaker Series will be comprised of four speakers:
Win Tickets To See Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous With Nizar Ibrahim Participate in our subscriber-exclusive contest and you could win a pair of tickets to Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous With Nizar Ibrahim on May 31.
Jeans’n Classics Returns With Supertramp & Journey! 2 Bands, 2 Sounds, >4 Decades of Music, all in one night
Supertramp’s formed, with Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson, in 1969. And although it’s unfortunate that only dreamers can hope for a Supertramp reunion, there’s no doubt about this British band’s greatness: 11 albums over four decades, numerous Top 100 and Top 40 hits, and 60 million albums sold. From their progressive rock beginnings to their later commercial successes, Supertramp’s unique sound has stood the test of time.
Ingenious Improvisers are Back! What is it about these guys that makes them so funny?
Danger, disaster, and daring! No, this isn’t some fantastical feat of flight! It’s lanky-as-a-giraffe Ryan Stiles, “I’m not my brother Bill” Joel Murray, as-slick-as-his-hair Jeff B. Davis, and the funny curmudgeon Greg Proops!
KWS Music Director Edwin Outwater’s Farewell Concert 10 years have gone fast – we’ve got a few highlights
When the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony welcomed Edwin Outwater in 2007, the community had no idea what they were in for: an innovative music director who always looked to the future of music while embracing the past.
A Real Life Indiana Jones National Geographic Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim uncovers an almost forgotten dinosaur
In the blazing heat of the Sahara Desert, National Geographic Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim found something that was almost lost to the sands of time: skeletal remains of Spinosaurus, the largest carnivorous dinosaur known to us.
Finding Inspiration in Kitchener An exclusive interview with JUNO Award winner Steve Strongman
The very bluesy song, “Old School,” which is on Steve Strongman’s new release, No Time Like Now, opens with a reference to Kitchener: “I used to sneak in the back door, just to see how it’s done./I knew that if I want to find the truth, I had to go straight to the roots.”