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Opened in 1971, the Dalhousie Arts Centre is among the city's top performance venues. Dalhousie University's multidisciplinary facility is the base of the Dalhousie's Fountain School of Performing Arts and hosts several engaging shows throughout the year. The heart of the center is the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, which is the largest of its kind in town. Besides the main stage, it also comprises of the acclaimed Art Gallery, smaller theater venues and a recital hall. Its sculpture garden is also worth a look.
Located in the Dalhousie University Arts Centre, the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium is a well-equipped event space. The spacious auditorium boasts of seating over 1020 spectators and has separate balcony seating and wheelchair accessibility. The hall has an inclined seat arrangement and assure fine views of the stage from each seat. Popularly used as a venue for music concerts, the chic Rebecca Cohn Auditorium is well-facilitated with modern sound and light equipment. In case you feel hungry, you can enjoy some delights from the candy and bar services offered here.
Opened in 1999, Alderney Landing is a popular spot by the harbor for not only businessmen but also those looking for some form of entertainment. Pipped as a community cultural center, is a sought after convention center and entertainment space. Check out some live performances outdoors in their Events Plaza or witness top-notch acts by performers from all across the world at their theater. The Craig Gallery is a great place to catch a glimpse of local art or explore their markets such as the Farmers' Market and the Norman Newman Market for regional produce and craft-works.