The River Clyde Pageant is created and performed by local artists and community members from New Glasgow, Charlottetown and across the Island. It is inspired by the history, mythology and contemporary environmental issues associated with PEI rivers and waterways. It celebrates the spirit, strength and imagination of the local community.

Want to be a stilt-walker, a puppet builder or puppeteer, a musician, or a performer in the Pageant? Do you have an interest in the health of Island waterways? Or maybe a hidden talent that you want to share? We are looking for all kinds of people to get involved in this year’s pageant – all ages, all levels of experience welcomed!

Click here to view the free workshops led by professional artists to build skills and create material the Pageant. Workshops and sign-up forms are also listed.

If you have questions or if you’d like to learn more about the Pageant and how you can be involved, send us a message