Artists Tim Archer and Ricky Lee host variety of entertainment in restored building
MARSHFIELD – One of P.E.I.’s oldest buildings will host the first Music at the Manse in Marshfield on Friday, Jan. 4.
Doors at the manse open at 6 p.m. with the show commencing at 7 p.m.
Located at 14155 St. Peters Rd., the manse is hosted by country and gospel artists Tim Archer and Ricky Lee.
Built in 1830, this restored building reflects its original time period. Restorations include a seating venue for concerts in the theatre room with enough seating for 24 guests.
Velvet drapes adorn the tall windows in the theatre.
The room features bronze ceilings, interesting architecture and many restored items of that time.
The theatre’s main feature is the original coal burning fireplace and mantle.
Concerts are performed in a very intimate setting in front of the main fireplace in the theatre room.
Lights and sound have been added to increase the audience’s viewing and listening experience.
Watch the Facebook page Music at the Manse for upcoming entertainment acts.
The venue is designed to host ceilidhs, private functions such as weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties and staff parties as well as photograph opportunities in the restored parlor.