P.O. Box 95
Ontario Tourism Region : Ontario's Highlands
- From the 401 at Belleville, exit 543 and drive north on Hwy 62 to Hwy 14; west on 14 to Stirling. From Toronto, exit 526 (Glen Miller) and drive to Stirling on Hwy 33.
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- The building where the Stirling Festival Theatre now makes its home was built in 1927 as a “community service building” at a cost of $25,000.
- Beginning in 1936, until the late 50s, the auditorium served as Stirling’s movie theatre, but not many live performances were held in the 436 seat auditorium.
- As a theatre company, SFT continues to show great strength and growth with large bus groups coming on a regular basis to catch a wide variety of shows and concerts.
- There's so much to do in the Quinte area! Combine your theatre excursion with: Sample a fine luncheon featuring foods produced locally, a tour of the nearby RCAF Memorial Museum, an exploration of the'Cheese Route',
- shopping in Stirling's unique gift and clothing stores, Auction sales and antique markets, and much more.
- See our website above for more details and ticket pricing, etc.
- Performing arts theatre
- Streetview images taken summer of 2009.
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Address of this page: http://www.ruralroutes.com/stirlingfestivaltheatre