Now that the summer that never was is coming to a close, it’s time to start penciling in those fall activities. if you’re considering taking in a show or two, here are 8 that are more than worth seeing at the Rose Theatre this October.

Save Our World: It’s Not Too Late

October 4, 2017

MYPAC Presents an inspiring thought-provoking show on environmentalism, sustainability, and social issues society faces today. The show, in collaboration with Jade’s Hip Hop Academy Performance Company and DJ Starting From Scratch, will use the universal language of dance to explore these issues with an air of optimism, hope, and strength.

Barenaked Ladies Canada 1-Five-0 Tour

October 6, 2017

Juno Award-winning, Grammy-nominated artists, and creators of the theme song to one of TV’s most popular shows, The Big Bang Theory — among other accomplishments — are performing their chart-topping hits and most recent songs at the Rose Theatre this October.

Broadway My Way

October 13 & 14, 2017

In this thrilling evening of Broadway tunes, Thom Allison will perform songs from shows like Cabaret, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Funny Girl, My Fair Lady, Rent and Ragtime — All peppered with Thom’s hilarious anecdotes and soaring voice.

Olivia Newton John’s LIV ON Tour

October 19, 2017

International superstar and multiple Grammy Award winner Olivia Newton-John, will take the stage with Grammy nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman and SOCAN Award winner Amy Sky to perform songs from their new album LIV ON, as well as some of their most popular hits. You’re more than likely a song or two from Grease too.

An intimate evening with Jully Black

October 20, 2017

Canada’s Queen of R&B Soul and multi-platinum recording artist, Jully Black will perform some of her chart-topping singles that have graced the R&B and dance music charts for the past two decades.


October 21, 2017

Drivewire is a new series showcasing emerging talent in Brampton. The show is the result of a collaboration between the Rose Theatre and Brampton’s first record label SoundDrive Records. Six emerging local acts will take the stage to treat the audience to an evening of rock music.