The Bailey Theatre has survived the Spanish Flu, the Great Depression, and two World Wars. In our 110 year history the Bailey's stage has been the central gathering place in Camrose for live performances — vaudevillians,
politicians, boxers, singers, dancers, soldiers, women activists, and many of our
community’s most special moments.
The Bailey is the stage on which the life of Camrose has played for more than a
century. Due to COVID-19 we currently face a new challenge; our theatre has sadly gone dark. This is devastating for our staff and their families, to the artists we’ve always supported, and to our community.
We are asking for a little help to make sure our historic theatre remains viable until it’s safe for us to reopen.
How can you help?
1. Join us May 20 @ 7pm for our first ever Facebook LIVE Concert !
2. Donate to this Go Fund Me campaign. We know our community is hurting
too, so we appreciate any amount you are able to give.
Thank you once again for all your kind words, volunteer efforts and love. We
appreciate all of you!
The Bailey Theatre Society
- John and Carmen Person
- Colleen Nelson
- Sarah Goudey
- Verlyn and Mardell Olson
- Story Brokers Media House