The Curtain has closed. A big round of applause to you all. Thank you for coming to the show. Without your support we wouldn’t have been able to raise so many funds and so much awareness for Canadian Mental Health Association- Edmonton. We are truly humbled by the out pour of support and the continuous applause we get because of such a fantastic event. We couldn’t have done it without you. The Venetian Carnival will continue in 2018, so stay tuned for news.
Renaissance Venice is coming to Edmonton this holiday season, as Visionary Entertainment proudly presents its First Annual Venetian Carnival Christmas Party!
This fun-filled evening will features an ensemble cast of more than a dozen of Edmonton’s best-known comedy & improv actors including Mark Meer, Tom Edwards, Dana Andersen, Davina Stewart, Jeff Hallaby, Leona Brausen, Andrea House and many more — playing hilarious Renaissance-era characters while guests experience an actual carnival full of activities and entertainment.
The evening includes a gourmet dinner, followed by dancing to the music of Belle Aggio.
This event was designed as a company Christmas party event — meaning that any business that isn’t organising its own Christmas party can join in the festivities… as well as groups and individual couples. Everyone is welcome.
Venetian Carnival entertainment and activities begin at 6 pm, so don’t be late!
Event Details at a Glance
Date:Saturday December 9th, 2017
Time:Doors open and Venetian Carnival entertainment and activities begin at 6 pm Dinner begins at 7:30 pm Dancing begins at 9:00 pm
Location:Shaw Conference Centre Hall “B”
Dress Code:Guests are asked to wear evening attire
Supporting the Canadian Mental Health Association
The Venetian Carnival is being held in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association Edmonton and their mission to build healthy and resilient communities by providing mental health services, education resources and crisis intervention. CMHA branches across Canada provide a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families – with a focus on suicide prevention and helping people with mental illness develop the personal tools to lead meaningful and productive lives. Our goal is to raise a minimum donation of $15,000 for this worthwhile charity.
Our Sponsorship Partners
We would like to thank our event sponsors for their generous support of this event.
For More Information…
For information regarding group bookings and discounts, call (780) 459-4428.