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Caravan Farm Theatre is a not-for-profit professional outdoor theatre company based on an 80 acre farm near Armstrong BC. Hailed as a national treasure, Caravan Farm Theatre has been entertaining audiences young & old, from near & far, since 1978.
4886 Salmon River Rd, Armstrong, British Columbia V0E 1B4, Canada
This was billed as a loose interpretation of an old aboriginal legend. I was expecting a story in keeping with the season. Loose is putting it mildly. This was nothing more that anti pipeline propaganda. The story was about aboriginals being marginalized, all development is...More
We booked the sleigh ride winter production with a group of 16 adults.
It was fully booked for all shows for the season so we thought that was a positive indication of a good experience.
The actors were hard to hear over the music for...More
I took on a position in a new town (about a 4 hour drive through the mountains from home) in the late fall 2018. My bosses planned our 'Team Christmas Event". New to the area, I had no idea what to expect. What I experienced...More
A very unique experience watching a play while touring in a horse drawn cart from one stage to another. My partner and I have visited at Christmas and New Years for the third time. I would have given 5*”s as I would have liked to...More
Paid to see a 'Festive' outdoor play. What we saw was a very one sided commentary on the evils of a pipeline. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, however selling it as a 'festive' theatre production is unfair and deceitful. In the past we have...More
I have never appreciated when celebrities use award shows as a platforms for their political views whether I agree with them or not. Thus I am so disappointed that this show was used as a political platform for antipiline rhetoric. We have come for sevearl...More
The puppets were spectacular and who can complain about a horse-drawn wagon ride, but the play itself was not good. The advert says it is a retelling of the Inuit story of the Goddess of the Arctic - if I had not read the description...More
The Caravan Farm theatre was tradition that we have been doing around Christmas time for the last five years. There have always been great performaces that kept us in the holiday spirit but this year was a very political topic that took away our holiday...More
Response from CaravanFarmTheatre | Property representative |
Hi, apologies if this is a duplicate answer, as we did respond to your question earlier.... TripAdvisor is telling us it didn't post. We'd love to provide simple links to our ticket sales site, but they don't allow us to... More
Hi, apologies if this is a duplicate answer, as we did respond to your question earlier.... TripAdvisor is telling us it didn't post. We'd love to provide simple links to our ticket sales site, but they don't allow us to post links. SO, if you visit our website and click on the shows tab, you will find a winter show image. If you click on that, you will be taken directly to our ticket sales page where you can get information about the show. Alternatively, you can go to Caravan Farm Theatre's facebook page where you will see a link to winter show info & tickets. A third option is to go directly to the website for Ticket Seller. Hope to see you out here this winter!