It's time to renew the heart of Regina's live theatre experience
Globe Theatre is a nationally renowned center of exellence in the production of theatre-in-the-round, guest experience and fostering the work of Saskatchewan artists.
In 1980, Globe Theatre found it's home in downtown Regina's Prince Edward Building with the intent of providing a world-class theatre experience for patrons and opportunity for artists, students and community alike.
The Prince Edward Building was built between 1906 and 1909 - standing tall in the heart of Regina's downtown. As with any charming heritage building, there comes a time where the space needs revitalization in order for it to function at its full capacity.
The Prince Edward Building renewal project
This project involves refurbishing this designated heritage building to address water infiltration, replace and fire-proof structural columns in the basement, repair and repoint masonry, and upgrade the mechanical and electrical systems.
Once completed, the work will make the building safer, more energy efficient and more accessible - which will, in turn, strengthen our cultural communities and create a fresh, vibrant space for the arts.
In the interim, Globe Theatre will be moving to a temporary location, or locations, where our performances and theatre programs will take place until the completion of the renewal project.
Support the future of theatre
Together, we are looking to raise community, corporate and personal donations to fund the renovation and restoration of the Prince Edward Building and the Globe Theatre facility.
Help us create an accessible, state-of-the-art performance space that inspires the future of theatre in Regina.