Confederation Centre of the Arts

Confederation Centre of the Arts was founded in 1964 as Canada’s National Memorial to the Fathers of Confederation, who gathered at Province House in 1864 to discuss the creation of our country. Covering an entire city block, the Centre stands on what was the site of the old Charlottetown marketplace. Located within walking distance of hotels, shops and restaurants, the Centre is a full-service rental facility which offers an 1,106-seat theatre, a 200-seat cabaret-style theatre, two studio theatres, art gallery, boardroom and Memorial Hall.


Its unique features such as the marble-walled Memorial Hall, the elaborate 1,102-seat Homburg Theatre, the 200-seat cabaret Mack Theatre, and the intimate Studio Theatres make the Centre a leading choice for meetings and conventions.


All standard audio-visual equipment and power are readily available to be provided and overseen by our trained staff. More advanced requirements can be accommodated with advanced notice.


Our professional in-house catering service is equipped to handle functions of all types and sizes. Whether a business or social function, large or small, our catering team has a variety of menus from which to choose. Custom menus can also be created and tailored to suit your requirements.