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A reimagining of the iconic soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s ROMEO + JULIET in an intimate candlelit cabaret.


This Valentine’s Day, Eastern Front Theatre presents cherished east coast musicians Kim Harris + Stewart Legere as they bring the soundtrack to 1996’s cinematic pop culture phenomenon ROMEO + JULIET to life once again. 
Director Baz Luhrmann re-visioned Shakespeare’s classic tragedy into a modern, angst fueled cinematic touchstone (launching into superstardom its young stars Leonardo Dicaprio and Clare Danes); simultaneously crystallizing the tormented nature of young love into a 13 song track-list that rides like a wave: poppy, dirty, sweet, fun, sad and sexy – the songs are quintessentially 90’s and activate deep nostalgia for a whole generation of movie and music fans. 
10 years ago Kim and Stewart presented an evening of twinkling angst, nostalgia, and the pains and joys of love at the beloved Company House. A decade later these two award-winning musicians and frequent collaborators dive back into this musical tale of tragedy and woe, bringing it to the Alderney Landing stage in support of Eastern Front Theatre. 

“a beautifully evocative evening of music”
- Amanda Campbell, TWISI


(Photo by James Arthur MacLean)



This concert has first-come, first-served cabaret-style seating at tables of 4. Single seats are available in Pay-What-You-Can-Afford tiered prices of $25, $35 or $45. If the event is sold out, guests may need to share tables. You can reserve a private table for up to 4 guests for a single fee of $200. We swear this was the least confusing way to sell tickets but welcome any constructive feedback.


We believe that theatre is for everyone, and try to offer affordable options to make sure there are no financial barriers in the way of anyone coming out to see a show.

If you are able to afford the full price, we encourage you to do so. If price is still a barrier, please reach out to OR sign up to volunteer — volunteers see shows for free!



Accessible Ticket Pricing: This performance has pay-what-you-can-afford pricing. If cost is still a barrier, please email

COVID: Masks are available on site and encouraged/appreciated but not required. Seating is by general admission and social distancing may not be possible.

Transit Access: The Halifax Transit Dartmouth Ferry arrives directly at Alderney Landing, and Alderney Gate is serviced by Halifax Transit buses #5, 6+, 53, 54, 55, 62, 158, 159, 161, 165.


Physical Access: The Theatre is on the second level of Alderney Landing, accessible by passenger elevator and stairs. Parking is available onsite, with curbside dropoff and automatic doors at the main entrance to the building. Alderney Landing is connected to Alderney Gate by pedway, accessible by elevator, escalator and stairs.

Seating: Armless banquet chairs at cabaret tables. Tables are 33 inches tall and on the same level as the theatre entrance. Seats are 16 inches deep and 15.5 inches wide. Seating is by general admission. Any seat can be removed to make space for mobility devices and alternate seating. For assistance, or to request priority seating before the house is opened, please check in with EFT Staff or Volunteers.

Bathrooms: There are two all gender bathrooms in the rotunda lobby, one with toilet stalls only, and one with toilet stalls and urinals. Both bathrooms are equipped with various hygiene products. 

Projections and Lights: There will be moving projections on a large screen and multi-coloured lights used throughout the show. There will not be any strobing or flashing lights.

Audio: Performers will be amplified with individual microphones. There is live singing in the show as well as live keyboards, electric drums and guitar. 

If you have any questions about the accessibility measures in place for the show, please email Accessibility Coordinator, Sara at


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