Each season, the Goderich Little Theatre presents a number of productions under the roof of the Livery, which it saved from demolition and purchased in 1983. Using the talents of hundreds of volunteers, both young and old, the community can experience quality dramas, comedies, musicals and historical presentations.
The Livery also presents Livery Film Fest, a film series. Working with the Toronto Film Festival and Film Circuit Board along with a volunteer committee, the Livery Film Fest brings national and international films not generally available to a rural audience.
The Livery was called by jazz great Moe Koffman “one of the top three acoustic halls in North America”, and we’re proud to feature a new concert series in this wonderful space: Live at the Livery. Experience live music of all genres in an intimate acoustic setting.
The Livery is also home to a number of festivals, notably the Goderich Celtic Roots Festival (first week of August) and West Coast Bluesfest (Labour Day weekend). The Livery becomes a classroom, a concert space, and a place to meet and mingle with national and international artists.
The Livery is also available to rent for private and public events.