Region of Queens Municipality

Nova Scotia, Canada

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Built in 1902, the Town Hall Arts and Cultural Centre has recently been transformed into a community centre for arts, culture and creativity. It is also home to the Sipuke’l Gallery and historic Astor Theatre. The Gallery features First Nation artists’ work, and a permanent rotating display of artifacts from the Mersey River dating back over 8,000 years. The Astor Theatre is proud to be the oldest performing arts venue in the province. In 2002, the Astor Theatre celebrated 100 years of entertainment on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.

Civic Address:

  • 219 Main Street, Liverpool

GPS Coordinates:  44.038733, -64.715511

Contact Information:
Heather Cook
Community Development Coordinator
Region of Queens Municipality
Phone:  902-354-5741
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Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Liverpoolartsandculture
Phone:  902-354-5741

Facility Details:

  • 3 rooms are available for public rental, by the hour or longer periods, and one office for Queens County volunteer group rental, by the month:
    • Multipurpose Room 1
           Approximately 26' x 29'
           Maximum Occupancy 63 people
    • Multipurpose Room 2
           Approximately 22'x 21'
           Maximum Occupancy 39 people
    • Workshop Space
           Approximately 24' x 15.5'
           Maximum Occupancy 31 people
    • Volunteer Office Space
           Approximately 12' x 10'
           Maximum Occupancy 8 people
  • Public Washrooms

Click here for our rental policy with fee schedule.  For more information or to book a space please contact the Department of Economic Development at 902-354-5741, or in person at 249 White Point Road, Liverpool.