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Tuesday December 11, 2018
8:00 pm   |  Doors Open @ 7:00 pm
$35 Advanced    $40 Doors   

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Newfoundland’s Juno Award winning trio, The Ennis Sisters, deliver one of the finest family Christmas shows in the country.

Maureen, Karen and Teresa combine original songs, holiday classics, humorous recitations and Irish step-dancing to create an exciting evening that’s sure to ignite your true holiday spirit.  Their tightly-woven harmonies produce a sound that only siblings can achieve.  The multi-award winning sisters move audiences to tears with their hilarious sisterly banter and their poignant seasonal sentiments. This show has become a Christmas tradition for so many and it’s one you won’t want to miss!


Their show is a really great mix of original and traditional tunes and their narration is quite comedic.  Their own music is traditional in a sense. They do a lot of their writing so much of what they’re going to be performing is their originals with an East Coast flavour.  The anticipation of their return is quite high.”
— Lauri-Ann Loreto Neal, musical director of the Timmins Concert Singers. (Timmins Press)

I first heard them at Summerfolk in Owen Sound, Ont., where they brought the house down. The audience simply would not stop their applause. In my 30-plus years of attending such festivals, I have never experienced such enthusiastic support for performers …
— (Concert attendee James Morgan following an Ontario folk festival appearance by the Ennis Sisters) — The Sudbury Star

“The ENNIS SISTERS were absolutely fantastic!! One of the very best concerts we have had in 33 years – and my personal favourite. I was so looking forward to having them in Bassano, and their music was just out-of-this-world fantastic! I was not prepared for the humour – so that was a great surprise. Karen’s wit and charm and dry sense of humour is incredible. We laughed so hard all night! All group members were extremely easy to work with and were all wonderful people.”
— Bassano Arts Council president Linda Andres

“It was a full  house and halfway through the first song, the Ennis Sisters captured the hearts of everyone in the theatre. The Dekker Centre has presented Grammy and Juno winners, members of the Order Of  Canada and members of the Grand Old Opry. We have never presented an act that has been more warmly welcomed, enjoyed and appreciated. Word of mouth would have filled the house again the very next night.”
— Moe McGuinty, Manager of Dekker Centre North Battleford

“The Ennis Sisters put on a fantastic show! They have a fantastic, welcoming interaction with the audience and presented their show with great story telling, humour and of course amazing vocals and music. They brought the East Coast up North.”
— Alan Roberts, Manager of Keyano Theatre