This year, our third season, SpringWorks has expanded, moving beyond our first home at Factory163 to include four other performance venues around Stratford, as well as four venues for visual art in Stratford and Perth County.
Our first four days – May 9-12 – will be at the
Stratford City Hall Auditorium. It’s a beautiful proscenium theatre situated right in the heart of Stratford. A perfect location to take in dinner and a few highly affordable shows of excellent quality.
Our other main stage space is Factory163. Home to SpringWorks from the start, we’ll be playing there May 13-19. Factory163 is an exciting, flexible performance venue in a converted factory. For SpringWorks, we create an intimate three-quarter round setting that draws you into every performance.
The Church Restaurant in Stratford is home to our dinner-theatre series. Proprietor Mark Craft has, once again, come up with a spectacular menu for you to enjoy before the performance.
Main Course Choice of:
Chicken Linguini with Marinated Cherry Tomato, Fresh Basil Pesto, Bread Crumbs and Manchego Cheese
Braised Beef Short Rib Stroganoff and Pappardelle Noodles with Pickled Shallots, Gherkins, Mixed Mushrooms, Red Wine Braising Jus and Sour Cream
Wild Mushroom and Pesto Pappardelle Noodles with Fresh Shaved Grana Padano Cheese, Truffle Oil and White Wine Cream
Pavlova-fluffy meringue, whipped cream, passion fruit curd and seasonal fresh fruit
Revel Caffe, from its’ new location in Market Square, is host to our brand new free poetry series, which we’ve scheduled to be the go-to spot between shows during our first few days at Stratford City Hall Auditorium. Barely a five minute walk from City Hall, Revel is the ideal location to enjoy one of owner Anne Campion’s incredible fairtrade offerings and take in the art of spoken word during our Free Poetry Series.