The Chatham Capitol Theatre is back in action, with a solid slate of performances for December.
It begins Dec. 3, with the Michael Schatte Band and Tom Lockwood.
On Dec. 5, Theatre Kent presents the play “Return to Sender” by Stratford-based playwright Joan Veldman.
On Dec. 14, the Chatham Concert Band, under the direction of Vaughn Pugh, presents a free concert of timeless Christmas music. The band, now in its 94th year, will be joined on stage by vocalist Kassya Kevany.
On Dec. 18, the Capitol Theatre and St. Andrew’s United Church present the annual Saturdays at 7 Christmas Concert. “A Carol for Christmas” will feature St. Andrew’s Chancel Choir, the Bel Canto Choirs of St. Andrew’s and the Chamber Orchestra, as well as many guest soloists from the community.
On Dec. 19, star of Canadian stage, screen and television R.H. Thomson presents Charles Dickens’ solo touring version of his most famous story, A Christmas Carol. A capella duo Freeplay and acclaimed Canadian fiddler Sarah Shugarman take part as well.
For more information, and to purchase tickets visit www.chathamcapitoltheatre.com