Valentine’s Day gift guide

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January is almost over, and that means Valentine’s Day is only two weeks away! If you’re struggling to come up with exciting and innovative gift ideas for that special someone, we’ve got you covered. A night out at the Playhouse makes for the perfect romantic evening! Take a look at our performance suggestions below:

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Victoria (February 14)Spend Valentine’s Day itself watching an incredible piece of theatre! Victoria is a moving play that promises to dazzle you and your date. It’s performed by Dulcinea Langfelder & Co., a Montreal-based theatre company known for transporting audiences to a playful universe.

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Lemon Bucket Orkestra (February 23). Tickets to see Canada’s only balkan-klezmer-gypsy-party-punk superband are the perfect gift for a musically adventurous Valentine! Lemon Bucket Orkestra returns to the Playhouse stage with the perfect blend of funk, punk, psychedelia and swing to drive away the mid-winter blues.

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PostSecret: The Show (March 17). What’s more intimate than sharing secrets with a loved one? How about hearing dozens of hopeful, shocking, funny and painful secrets together? PostSecret: The Show explores the true stories behind secrets that have been shared as part of the incredibly popular PostSecret blog, which has led to six best-selling books and an exhibit in the Smithsonian.

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Rosie & the Riveters (April 11)Enjoy a special night out with your sweetheart experiencing uplifting folk music from Rosie & the Riveters! This trio performs original songs with a vintage 1940s flair, featuring sophisticated harmonies, body percussion, scintillating dance moves and lots of humour.

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Cadence (May 5)You and your Valentine will swoon for these smooth a cappella crooners! Cadence brings a mesmerizing display of musical genius and an infectious energy to every song they sing, whether it’s a classic song by Joni Mitchell, an old bebop standard, or a cheeky arrangement of a 1980s hit.

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