Brantford’s Sanderson Centre has been welcoming audiences to its historic theatre for a century. This jewel of a theatre has seen the best acts of vaudeville, blockbuster movies, and the most entertaining and engaging live performers and productions available. Designed by famed architect Thomas Lamb, the Sanderson Centre is a sister to Toronto’s Elgin/Winter Garden theatres and the Ed Mirvish (Pantages) Theatre. The intimate and lovingly restored heritage-designated theatre features amazing acoustics and inspiring architecture to make any visit a memorable one.

One hundred years is a major milestone and the birthday party will be one to remember. On December 22 a gala performance featuring The Tenors will mark the 100th anniversary. The centennial season also features international artists including the first ever Canadian tour of Australia’s Bangarra Dance Theatre celebrating Australia’s rich thirty-five thousand years of Aboriginal history and culture. The human body will be the star of Australia’s Circa in their amazing production of Humans.

The Sanderson Centre presents a wide variety of events that also includes comedy legends Howie Mandel, Colin Mochrie, and Brent Butt, along with an extensive concert series. Visit to learn more about making the Sanderson Centre a part of your best memories.