Two new shows have been added to Centre In The Square’s 2016 programming! From Classical to Comedy, The Centre has it all and these two announces exemplify the diverse content available at your Kitchener Performing Arts Theatre.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show will take the stage on Thursday, September 15.
Having sold over four million tickets at concerts throughout 35 countries, The Australian Pink Floyd Show has rightfully earned the title as one of the best tribute bands. The Times described them as “The Gold Standard”, The Daily Mirror as “The Kings of the Genre” and the Daily Telegraph referred to them as being at “the top of the tribute band tree.”
See them live in action in this video from one of their concerts, where they play “One of These Days.”
Performing the music of Pink Floyd with perfection, this critically acclaimed tribute show has been astonishing audiences worldwide. Striving to reproduce the Pink Floyd experience and bring the music to new audiences, the show continues to include a stunning light and laser show, video animations, LED screen technology and other special effects.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is so incredible, even the original band, Pink Floyd, can’t get enough of them. The tribute band was invited to play at David Gilmour’s 50th birthday celebration and was joined on stage by Rick Wright.
The 2016 show coming to The Centre in September has been fully redesigned, bringing the latest lighting, laser, and LED screen technology to a whole new “Best of the Best” tour you won’t want to miss. Get your tickets today!
Katherine Jenkins is set to perform on Tuesday, November 22.
Katherine Jenkins is one of the most successful classical music crossover artists in the world. Jenkins has performed for royalty, world leaders and British troops, and signed the biggest recording deal in classical music history at the young age of 23. She has also recorded ten studio albums. The lyrical mezzo-soprano’s most recent album Home Sweet Home was her 7th studio album to reach number one on the UK classical charts between 2004 and 2008 . With a seemingly endless list of awards and accomplishments, Jenkins is truly an incredible, chart-topping classical singer.
In Spring 2012, she competed on the US television show Dancing With The Stars, finishing in second place, behind NFL Super Bowl champion Donald Drive. Watch Jenkins with her partner, Mark Bellas during a samba routine:
In the DWTS judge, Len Goodman’s review of her dance in the video above, he rightfully describes her as “Katherine The Great. The world’s Wonder Woman”. Jenkins is a force to be reckoned with and even the Queen thinks so. Jenkins has also confirmed to perform at Her Majesty the Queens 90th birthday celebration in May 2016.
Don’t miss this UK super-star when she comes to The Centre this November.