Stratford 2020 with Christopher Gaze

The registration deadline has now passed. If you have questions or would like to discuss travel options, please contact Alva Tang, Annual Giving and Events Officer at 604.737.0625 ext. 224 or

Thursday, September 10 – Sunday, September 13, 2020

Join Artistic Director Christopher Gaze in September, 2020 for a unique weekend at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario. With accommodation at the beautiful Bruce Hotel, enjoy a weekend of play-going and exclusive experiences at Canada’s largest Shakespeare festival. Enjoy world-class play performances, delicious food and drink, and meet members of the artistic and production teams as you experience all that makes the Stratford Festival a top international theatre destination as well as a Canadian treasure.

The Bruce Hotel – room

The Bruce Hotel – dining


$2000 per person based on double occupancy ($2250 per person for upgraded suite; single supplement add $1000)

The cost includes a donation to Bard on the Beach. The amount of the donation will be dependent on the final cost of the package and a tax receipt will be issued for the applicable amount once calculated.

For more information please contact Alva Tang, Annual Giving and Events Officer at 604.737.0625 ext. 224 or at

Included in cost:

3 nights at The Bruce Hotel 3 breakfasts
2 dinners 1 cocktail reception
2 theatre tickets 1 tour ticket

Not included in cost:

Transportation to/from Stratford Ontario* Meals not listed on the itinerary

* Learn more about the $29 Toronto-Stratford Direct Bus and the Stratford Airporter

Optional add-ons:

Saturday evening performance and/or Sunday matinee performance Additional nights at The Bruce Hotel for a reduced rate


  1. $200 deposit due November 1, 2019 
  2. Balance due March 1, 2020


Thursday, September 10 Welcome cocktail reception at The Bruce Hotel with Christopher Gaze and special guests
Friday, September 11 Breakfast, Festival site tour in the morning, pre-theatre dinner at The Bruce Hotel with special guests, evening performance of Much Ado About Nothing OR Richard III
Saturday, September 12 Breakfast, matinee performance of The Miser OR Hamlet 911, dinner at the Festival Theatre with special guests, and an optional evening performance of Hamlet OR Frankenstein (not included)
Sunday, September 13 Breakfast, optional matinee (not included)



Christopher Gaze at the construction site for the new Tom Patterson Theatre Centre during the 2018 Stratford Shakespeare Festival

Festival Theatre view by Andy Foster

Stratford photo by City of Stratford

Theatre view of the new Tom Patterson Theatre Centre

Garden view of the new Tom Patterson Theatre Centre

The Bruce Hotel