Home of Windsor's Quick As A Wink Theatre

From King's-Edgehill School website: The Fountain Cultural and Recreation Centre was originally built in 1984 and was named after the Fountain family. In the Fall of 2007, renovations were complete on this facility which is now known as The Fountain Performing Arts Centre. The Performing Arts Centre has a seating capacity of 400 and also includes three new practice/rehearsal rooms, dressing rooms and technical rooms.


Productions at King's-Edgehill School's Fountain Performing Arts Centre:



Education through the Arts


Nova Scotia High School Drama Festival


Celebrating Nova Scotia's theatre talent

TNS acknowledges that we are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. We recognize the heritage of this land and its people to express gratitude to those who reside here, and to honour the Indigenous people who have lived and worked on this land historically and presently.

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