Ottawa – The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is kicking off its festive hall-iday shows this week, bringing big names in holiday music and comedy to special places across Eastern Ontario.
The festival is expanding its holiday offerings, while presenting the enthralling live performance of David Myles in Seeley’s Bay and Balderson; as well as the unforgettable music of JUNO-nominated, Royal Wood, in Winchester and Almonte. In an Ontario Small Halls first, East Coast comedian, Jimmy the Janitor, will offer good, clean laughs in Dacre and Lombardy, with young fiddler, Jessica Wedden. Lastly, Small Halls is at the big hall in partnership with the National Arts Centre, presenting the legendary, Matt Andersen with special guests Donovan Woods and Suzie Vinnick.
“We’re delighted to rejoice in the holiday spirit with talented artists in intimate settings,” said Kelly Symes, General Manager of the Ontario Festival of Small Halls.
The 2018 Small Hall-iday Series features:
Friday, Nov. 30: David Myles – Seeley’s Bay Community Hall
Saturday, Dec. 1: David Myles – Balderson United Church
Thursday, Dec. 6: Royal Wood – Almonte Old Town Hall *Sold Out*
Friday, Dec. 7: Royal Wood – Winchester United Church
Friday, Dec. 7: Comedy show with Jimmy the Janitor – DACA Centre
Saturday, Dec. 8: Comedy show with Jimmy the Janitor – Lombardy Agricultural Hall
Thursday, Dec. 20: Matt Andersen & Friends – NAC’s Southam Hall, Ottawa
Tickets are on sale now! Please visit www.ontariosmallhalls.com or call 613.402.1425 for more information or to purchase.