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Theatre Baddeck

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Trip Advisor Rating Based on 116 Reviews

24 Queen Street

902-412-7122



Theatre Baddeck: Professional theatre with
a Cape Breton flavour


Since 2015, Theatre Baddeck has delighted visitors to beautiful Cape Breton
with high quality theatre that is both hilarious and heartwarming. Ranked #3 on
‘Things to Do’ on TripAdvisor for Baddeck, NS, Theatre Baddeck has provided a
vacation highlight for visitors from all over North America and
beyond. Reviews include:

“Lively, energetic and professional from
the opening line to the close.” – The Chronicle Herald

“We were in the beautiful town of Baddeck this week, looking for something
to do in the evening. We decided to see a Theatre Baddeck production and were
very happy we made this choice – what a great show! There were plenty of
laughs, as well as some touching moments, that sent us away with a smile.”
– TripAdvisor

“You may not expect high quality
professional theatre in a small place like Baddeck, but that is EXACTLY what
you will find.” – TripAdvisor

Theatre Baddeck hires top talent including
the former Artistic Director of Neptune Theatre, Linda Moore, and Canadian
Comedy Award Nominee Terry Barna.

Every season features a variety of
productions running from July-October. Performances occur 6 days/week
(Tuesday-Sunday) with varying times (3:30pm, 4:00pm, 7:30pm, 8:00pn). Visit www.theatrebaddeck.com/calendar
for full schedule. 

The theatre is located in Baddeck’s historic
Masonic Hall, built in 1898. It can be found at 24 Queen Street, Baddeck NS – a
short walk from the main street. The building is wheelchair accessible and free
parking is available. 

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