The River Clyde Pageant is a spectacular outdoor performance in New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island, that unites community members, professional and emerging artists in its creation and presentation. Each summer’s Pageant features giant puppets, stilt-walkers, musicians and performers of all ages. The Pageant celebrates a vital Island community and the river that has defined and sustained it for over 200 years; promoting values of environmental stewardship, civic practice, and artistic bravery.
All are welcome to take part as performers, workshop participants and volunteers.
The River Clyde Pageant was founded in 2015 by Ker Wells and Megan Stewart.
It is a production of the Cooking Fire Theatre Festival.