Art Classes & Workshops
Gallery Exhibits & Artists
Our Fine Arts Preschool provides children, ages 3 to 5, with abundant opportunities to experience creative movement, language, literature, rhythm, dance, cooking and the visual arts. Hands-on involvement in three to four art forms daily helps children find enjoyable ways to express themselves and grow through experience, nurturing development of the whole child.more
We are pleased to offer you the ability to purchase your tickets to events in our theatre, and around the community as well.
Full Box Office Services for large and small events
In addition to operating our downtown box office and online ticket sales for events at the Centre, the North Peace Cultural Centre also offers box office services to local groups and organizations. We can offer online and in person advance ticket sales for any venue, both reserved and general seating. We also offer ticket printing services at affordable prices.
Our box office is open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. Closed on holidays
A hilarious, heartbreaking monologue about consciousness, mental illness, and friendship from award-winning novelist and former Canadian poetry SLAM champ Brendan McLeod. “Brain” maps Brendan’s experiences with obsessive compulsive disorder – from a teenager struggling to understand his obsessions to an adult battling psychosis. A nuanced journey through the nature of thought, “Brain” is his an upbeat, intense comedy about the miracle of the mind.
In a time before Facebook and Netflix, Agnes Evans rolls through the 90’s, totally average, until her family dies in a terrible car crash. Agnes finds herself alone, with a Dungeons and Dragons adventure that her geeky little sister Tilly left behind. When Agnes recruits a “dungeon master” to walk her through the campaign, we dive into a world of supermodel elves, warrior demons and other D&D monsters. Agnes learns how to fight, how to heal, and discovers the sister she never really knew. She Kills Monsters is a geeky comedy, full of professionally trained combat, that relays the importance of empowerment and acceptance.