Theatre/Cinema


An image of the Troyes Cinema buildingTroyes Cinema

A local cinema, located at 51 Festubert Boulevard, on Garrison Petawawa, just in front of Dundonald Hall.  This cinema offers the large scale movie experience in a quaint intimate setting at a fraction of the cost of other area movie theaters.  This theater is open to all and offers great affordable birthday packages.  Visit their website, by clicking on the image, for the current features and play time.



Festival Hall logo



Festival Hall

Festival Hall Centre for the Arts is a non-profit organization located in the Upper Ottawa Valley dedicated to the provision of high quality theatrical and artistic experiences in a variety of forums for both citizens and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. 


Festival Hall Centre for the Arts fosters artistic, heritage and historic awareness in the production of diverse, quality, professional entertainment including live theatre, music, dance, storytelling, comedy, visual arts and educational programs. Its 600 seat theatre with a storied 35 year history allows people to attend and participate in live theatre locally, enhancing quality of life, celebrating and contributing to the spirit of the community.
 

The Centre for the arts and its theatre form part of what is now the Equinoxe School property, located at 401 Isabella Street in Pembroke. It is leased by a municipal Consortium (joint venture of the Town of Petawawa, the City of Pembroke and the Township of Laurentian Valley) and its operations are outsourced to a not for profit contractor to provide management services. The Theatre has grown from a volunteer and sponsor driven organization to one which has full time staff in addition to its host of volunteers.
 

To view performances, musical shows, theatre productions, local talent and some movie presentation information please visit the Festival Hall website by clicking on their logo image.