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Occurs on Tuesday September 27 2022

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 30 minutes


Highland Arts Theatre
40 Bentinck Street
Sydney NS B1P 1G2

Event Notes

× Highland Arts Theatre Presents


A One Night Only Event Brought to You by Radical Access and the Canada Council for the Arts

Featuring: Brittany Rae Robinson, Jocelyn Regina, & Kelly McNamee.

Lunar Bloom is a Toronto based trio rooted in the folk tradition. Their original songs feature complex vocal harmonies and intimate storytelling that captures the attention of their audience and keeps them rapt. Their shows are full of feminist anthems and calls to action, balanced with playful banter and dreamy love songs. They embrace harmonic tension, and rhythms that challenge expectations, creating the story of each song through musical devices and poetic lyrics.

Limited Tickets! Book early to avoid disappointment.

This production is is priced based on Pay What You Can Donations with free tickets available for those in need thanks to our Radical Access Program.

PWYC removes a financial barrier, giving everyone the chance to see our shows. This is made possible thanks to our monthly donors and those who are able choosing a higher price point, and for this you can be guided by the recommended donation. Thank you for supporting us and the community by continuing to book with us. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Tickets: Suggested Donation of $15 per ticket (Tax-deductible Charitable Receipt will be issued at the end of the year)

FREE tickets available thanks to Radical Access

September 27, 2022 at 7:30PM

This concert is brought to you in part by the Canada Council for the Arts and the donations of hundreds of people from around the world thanks to our Radical Access program.

To sign up for monthly donations and ensure we can continue to create accessible theatre to audiences in Cape Breton and beyond, please visit our website here:


This performance will be booked at full capacity with no physical distancing. Masks are highly recommended but not mandatory at this time. This policy may be subject to change pending mandates from the Department of Labour and Advanced Education and Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.

By entering Highland Arts Theatre, you are acknowledging you've completed the Province of Nova Scotia's COVID-19 self-assessment and confirm that you or anyone in your household: •do not exhibit any of the symptoms of COVID-19 •are not awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test

By entering Highland Arts Theatre, you agree to adhere to any federal, provincial or municipal health and safety directions and venue protocols related to COVID-19. You recognize the contagious nature of COVID-19 and voluntarily assume any associated risk.

We are committed to keeping our audience, staff, and artists safe and secure. If you have any feedback or concerns, please feel free to contact us at:

Thank you so much and see you soon at the HAT!

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