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Stirling Festival Theatre

Phone : (613) 395-2100
Toll Free Phone : (877) 312-1162
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
Outside Web Page :
Your Host(s) : Ken MacDougall, Artistic Director & Charlotte Danford, General Manager

Stirling, ON (Nearby: Frankford, Springbrook, Foxboro, Batawa, Cannifton)

P.O. Box 95, 41 West Front Street
Stirling, Ontario
K0K 3E0

Ontario Tourism Region : Ontario's Highlands

educational program for school tours Open for Sunday Shopping can accommodate tour groups Wheelchair accessible Licensed snack foods, light lunches, banquet facilities, etc. rides, play areas, mazes, animals, puppets, festivals, live entertainment, etc. school tours, birthdays, reunions, weddings, corporate functions, etc.

[ We Accept Cash ] [ We Accept Gift Certificates ] [ We Accept Visa ] [ We Accept Mastercard ] [ We Accept Debit Payment ]

Tour Group Person Limit: 300

Driving Directions:
  • From Kingston: exit the 401 at Belleville (exit 543) and drive north on Hwy 62 to Hwy 14; proceed west on 14 to Stirling. From Toronto: exit the 401 at Glen Miller (exit 526) & proceed north on Cty Rd 4 to W. Front Street; turn right (east) to the SFT.

Business Hours:
  • Box Office open: Tue/Wed 10am - 2pm, Thu/Fri 10am - 5pm, and 1 hour before all performances.

Description From Owner:
  • 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 main auditorium.
  • As a professional 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.
  • The theatre currently seats 400. Our upper Eugene Burrell Hall with flexible seating holds 96.
  • See our website above for details about our shows and events, ticket pricing, room rentals, etc.
  • There's so much to do in the Quinte area! Combine your theatre excursion with: a fine meal featuring foods produced locally, a tour of Stirling's Farmtown Park (Agriculture Museum) or Grand Trunk Railway Station.
  • Shopping in Stirling's unique gift and clothing stores, auction sales and antique markets, and much more.
  • Find us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
  • Performing arts theatre.
  • Streetview images taken summer of 2009.

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