Since its opening in 1977, the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts has been a focal point for the cultural life of the town of Oakville. The only professional quality performing arts venue in the town, it sits in the heart of downtown Oakville on Navy Street, nestled between Rebecca Street and Lakeshore Road, overlooking Sixteen Mile Creek with more than ample free parking available for patrons. There are no bad seats at the Oakville Centre. It’s a small theatre that brings big name artists to Oakville residents – every seat in the house is a good one as they’re all within 55 feet of the stage. The main stage has seating for 485 and the flexible studio theatre space accommodates 120.





Menopause The Musical

Come Celebrate Your Womanhood & see what millions of women have been laughing, cheering and raving about for years!

The All -Star Canadian cast makes fun of their hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, wrinkles, not enough sex, too much sex, chocolate binges and a whole lot more!  “Menopause” is hysterical & leaves you singing, & dancing in the aisles, guaranteed! Voted Las Vegas - 2016 Entertainer Of The Year Award.

Date: Wednesday, May 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Pricing Info: Regular tickets: $58 HST included | VIP Meet and Greet Tickets: $68 HST included
VIP Experience:  Best Seats, Private Cast Meet N' Greet Q & A Session after show + personal photo opp.



Movies in Motion

Students of Grace Academy of Dance & Performing Arts present an original family production that is a celebration of our favourite movies!  This wonderful night of dance also marks Grace Academy's 15th anniversary!

Running time is approxiamtely 2.75 hours

Date: Wednesday, May 30 to Friday, June 1 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, June 2 at 1 and 7 p.m.
Pricing Info: All Tickets: $27



Indian Horse

Please join us as we recognize National Indigenous Day. Adapted from celebrated author Richard Wagamese's award-winning novel, this moving drama sheds light on the dark history of Canada’s residential schools and the indomitable spirit of our nation's Indigenous peoples. The story follows Saul Indian Horse through his mandatory attendance to residential school, the abuses he endures there and his escape through his prowess at hockey. However, as he advances in the game, Saul must find a way to deal with his tortured past before it consumes him.

The screening will feature a post-viewing Q and A with select cast members. 

Date: Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Pricing Info: All tickets are complimentary