We are delighted to announce that our original folk musical, “100 Years from Now”, is returning to the Simcoe Street Theatre this November 9 – 11! Directed by Dean Hollin and generously supported by the BMFA Arts Centre Robert Kemp award! Mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI by taking in this musical […]Read More ‘100 Years from Now’ Returns this Nov!
Join SKP on at 12 noon on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 to kick off the Peak to Shore Music Festival with a “Local Live Lunch” in beautiful downtown Collingwood! We’ll supply the music, Fish & Sips restaurant will supply a delicious, inexpensive lunch, and you just supply yourself! Bring a lawn chair! Bring a friend! […]Read More We’re Back at the Peak to Shore Festival!
A family, shattered. An artist, inspired. A nation, defined. An original folk musical by the Shipyard Kitchen Party, “100 Years from Now” follows two brothers, one artist and the women who loved them through the tumult and triumph of the years surrounding the First World War. With traditional instrumentation, stirring vocal harmonies and dramatic storytelling, […]Read More “100 Years from Now – Tom Thomson and the Great War” Returning to Collingwood
Come raise a dram with Shipyard Kitchen Party at the Huron Club as we celebrate the Collingwood Whiskylicious festival! Our whisky-themed songs will be the feature of the night, including our new song inspired by the festival itself, “Journey Forth!”Read More Whiskylicious at the Huron Club on Feb. 9!
We’re taking our “Tom Thomson, the Great War and Other Canadian Stories” show on the road! But before we do, we’re taping it at the Simcoe Street Theatre in Collingwood this Friday, August 18th at 8 pm. As a thanks to our fantastic local supporters, we’re offering free admission to this concert, which will also […]Read More Tom Thomson Show Returns – Aug. 18!
SKP will be playing the patio at Boston Pizza in Collingwood on Sunday, June 18 at 5 pm as part of BP’s regular Sunday Fun Day feature. We’ll play our stuff and your favourite stuff until 8, when John Eaton’s trivia party takes over. Since it’s Father’s Day, we’re offering to make up songs on […]Read More Sunday Fun Day on June 18!
100 years ago this April, Tom Thomson boarded a train from Toronto, headed for Algonquin Park. “[H]ave not sold many sketches but think I can manage to get along for another year at least. I will stick to painting as long as I can,” he wrote his father. He was 40 years old and was […]Read More Our New Tom Thomson Song is Here!
We support the great work being done at My Friend’s House – our community’s shelter for victims of domestic violence. This Friday, March 24, 2017, we’ll be improvising music and comedy from 8 to 9 at Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub in support of MFH. Then at 9 we kick into Kitchen Party mode with a […]Read More Molly’s for MFH this Friday!