Lonely Planet review for Confederation Centre
In a modern building that dominates Queen St between Grafton St and Victoria Row at Richmond St, the Confederation Centre serves not only as Charlottetown's theater complex, but as its art and exhibition hall as well. The Confederation Centre of the Arts hosts concerts, comedic performances and elaborate musicals. Anne of Green Gables - The Musical has been entertaining audiences here as part of the Charlottetown Festival since 1964, making it Canada's longest-running musical. You'll enjoy it, and your friends will never have to know. The Confederation Centre Art Gallery focuses on Canadian Art and has a special exhibit on L.M Montgomery. Check the website for gallery exhibits and live performances throughout the year.