Tuesday May 7th, 2019 - "A tale of romance, feuds, conspiracy, and murder navigated
with energy and charm … this is why the legend of the Donnelly's is so compelling!"
For the opening show in its Grace Auditorium, the Port Stanley Festival Theatre
is thrilled to kick off the 2019 summer season with "The Wildest Town in Canada:
Donnelly Songs and Stories" created by London's own Jeff Culbert. Running from May
21st, this original musical revue enjoys a limited one-week run with a closing night
Saturday May 25th.
Starring Jeff Culbert ("The Drawer Boy", "Midnight Madness", "Buying the Farm",
and "Ed's Garage"), with the varied and considerable talents of Blair Heddle (fiddle
and banjo), Dean Harrison (accordion), and Joel Gehman (electric guitar), "The Wildest
Town in Canada: Donnelly Songs and Stories" promises to shed new light on an infamous
"Audience favorite Jeff Culbert brings his particular brand of storytelling to the
Port Stanley stage!"
As an added bonus, for the run of the show, patrons will have the opportunity to
view a gallery display showcasing featured work provided by the Association of Port
With a varied season, which will appeal to single ticket buyers, subscribers, and
tour groups alike, the Port Stanley Festival Theatre provides another season of
top quality entertainment in 2019.
Port Stanley Festival Theatre Box Office
302 Bridge Street, Port Stanley, ON
(519)782-4353 Box Office Summer Hours:
Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm, Sat noon-4pm
Inquiries to Theatre Manager, Natasha Newby and Artistic Director, Simon Joynes