Pay What You Can at Neptune

Neptune proudly offers Pay What You Can performances on the first Tuesday night of every show.

Pay What You Can performances are generously sponsored by Bell Aliant to provide accessible theatre to those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend a Neptune production.

Admission is by donation, cash only, and there is no advance ticketing. Numbers are distributed to patrons waiting in line to ensure fairness (maximum two numbers per person. Numbers do not guarantee entry.) Doors open at 7:00pm for 7:30pm performance start. There is no assigned seating. The maximum capacity of Fountain Hall is 479 seats. The maximum capacity of the Scotiabank Stage Theatre is 192 seats.

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Pay What You Can performances for Neptune's 2016-17 Season:

Fountain Hall Series:

Beauty and the Beast – August 16, 2016

Stones in His Pockets – October 18, 2016

Miracle on 34th Street – November 22, 2016

Kim’s Convenience – January 10, 2017

The Colony of Unrequited Dreams – February 21, 2017

Once – April 4, 2017


Scotiabank Stage Series:

Speed Dating for Sperm Donors – September 20, 2016

Small Things – October 25, 2016

I, Claudia – February 7, 2017

The Boat – March 21, 2017

ART – May 9, 2017

This "tale as old as time" is a classic musical love story filled with unforgettable characters, lavish sets and costumes, and dazzling production numbers including “Be Our Guest” and the beloved title song. Experience the romance and enchantment of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.

Nominated for 9 Tony Awards including Best Musical.

Meet the Kim family! They’re getting standing ovations across the country!

“There are many reasons to cheer… join the celebration” – TORONTO STAR

“Stomach-hurtingly funny”, “Dramatic and moving” – NOW MAGAZINE

A mystery and a love story spanning five decades.

Based on the classic novel by Wayne Johnson, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams is a retelling of Newfoundland’s first premier Joseph Smallwood. Smallwood was charismatic and controversial. While many Canadians today remember Smallwood as the man who brought Newfoundland into the Canadian Confederation, many Newfoundlanders remain sharply divided as to his legacy.

Glamorous Hollywood meets Rustic Ireland in a clash of cultures

Stones in His Pockets has been seen by over 2 million people, don’t miss this hilarious and moving tale of a quiet Irish community turned upside down by the arrival of a Hollywood movie shoot.

"Very funny!"  Irish Times

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Could the department store Santa be the real thing?

Author Valentine Davies got the idea for Miracle on 34th Street while struggling through the Christmas shopping crowds, trying to find a present for his wife. The commercialism he saw made him wonder what the real Santa Claus would make of it all.

His music needed one thing. Her.

Join us for a beer on set!  The set is actually a working bar, so you’ll not only experience a musical with scads of awards, but you’ll also be able to mosey up on stage and share a pint.

8 Tony® Awards including Best Musical
Oscar Best Original Song, Falling Slowly
Grammy® Award Best Musical Theatre Album