(Photo by Ken Howell)

           Throughout the summer months Twillingate becomes a hub for great traditional entertainment.  Twillingate's rich musical heritage makes it one of the best places to immerse yourself in Newfoundland culture.



All Around the Circle Dinner Theatre


(June to  mid Sept, pm Mon-Sat)

John Hamlyn Community Centre - Crow Head

Twillingate Island

Ph:  (709) 884-2687,   Fax: (709) 884-5423


  Started in the summer of 1988, the dinner theatre has thrilled audiences with their talent in Newfoundland culture.  This group of six Newfoundlanders offer their talents six nights a week during the summer.  When attending their show you get to witness the diverse talents they have.  The group not only performs, but prepare and serve a traditional meal.



(Photos by K. Howell )






(photo by K. Howell)

John Hamlyn Community Centre in Crow Head

The Split Peas

perform at Touton House (Orange Lodge) -



For more information contact The Split Peas @ (709)  884-2282 or (709) 884-2801


The 2013 show starts June 18th and runs until August 29th on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Admission $10.00 - Tickets available at Driftwood Gallery and at the door.  

CDs and Toutons & Tea available.

Showtime 7:00 pm


The Split Peas have been performing in Newfoundland and the mainland since 1993 with traditional and original music -

and have been featured on CBC's "Land and Sea" program, sang in the movie

"The Shipping News", the Vision channel's "Steeplechasing" and more.  Enjoy family entertaining by this fine singing group.  Wonderful harmony and good foot stomping music. Have some toutons and tea available ( a Newfoundland favorite).



(photo by Ken Howell)




Ada Piercey Jenkins -   


is an E. C. M. A. (East Coast Music Awards) nominated singer / songwriter.  

Ada, one of the members of The Split Peas, has her own evenings entertainment from 

June through August, 2013   Accompanied by Barry Simms & Robin Vatcher - Acoustic  Electric Guitars.


        - Time 7:30 p.m.     Admission $8.00        CDs available.

        - Location:   at     The Orange Lodge  - Main Street, Twillingate 

        - Coffee, Tea, Soft Drinks available.


                                               Contact ;       Ada Piercey Jenkins                                                       

        P.O. Box 212, Twillingate, NL  A0G 4M0 -

 Tel: (709) 884-2928 - web site;  www.adamusic.ca



                                                                                         (photo by Ken Howell)


Irene Bridger    - 

' The Twillingate Kitchen Party '

                                                                                                           (established 2005 )

Christian, Inspirational, Newfoundland and Folk music

in a Family Friendly Atmosphere


Irene - a nominee for the Gospel Artist of the Year-Musical NL - 2006/7 and Female Artist of the Year-Musical NL -2007, starts Wednesday (June 26th - Aug.24th) during the summer 2013.


Irene performs her concerts at the  The Orange Lodge  @ 7:30 pm Main Street, Twillingate

 (most Wednesdays)   ( See ' Events Calendar ' ) 

Tea, Coffee & homemade Newfie baked goods are served.  

-   CDs available.

web site; www.irenebridger.ca



(  Photo by Ken Howell )



Karren Churchill  


- with her brand of Country and Newfoundland music, is extremely pleasing to listen to -

with many toe tapping songs. 


Karren has been performing at various venues throughout parts of Canada

 and has opted to return to Newfoundland in May 2010- specifically Twillingate

and has performed at many sites around town.


Available for Beach parties ie; Sleepy Cove (Sea Breeze Park). Suppers with entertainment also available.  


Karren & Friends Kitchen Party

every Friday @ the Anchor Inn - 3 Path End. - 8:00 pm

June 15,2013

Dates run until further notice -  Pub Menu available.


" MUSIC and FRIENDS "  and  'Bring your song requests '

 Ph. (709) 884-5800


 (photo by Ken Howell)



Visit Long Point Light House - at the end of Route 340 and see the double residence for lighthouse keepers of the past AND see the ocean beauty from the Viewing Platform developed by Twillingate Islands Tourism Association (TITA) with Federal and Provincial help in 2002. 

We feel it's the Best place to view the ocean in all of Newfoundland and Labrador (If not the world)


-  for more information link to Explore TITA




 ( photos by K. Howell )