story telling festival

Wyatt Heritage Properties Inc. presents the 14th Annual

Island Storytelling Night

September 27th, 2018

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The is the opportunity to experience the ancient art of storytelling at its finest. Prince Edward Island is known as a land of stories with unique home-grown storytellers. The night will feature stories about the Island and its people.

Plan to be part of The Island Storytelling Night. The venue is Eptek Art and Culture Centre located at 130 Heather Moyse Drive on the beautiful Summerside Waterfront. Eptek is part of the Wyatt Centre complex which houses the Harbourfront Theatre.

Check back later in the year for more information about this year’s upcoming event.


 Storytelling Festival Radio Dramas

Wyatt Heritage Properties Incorporated has produced a number of radio dramas that bring alive Summerside and Prince Edward Island history.  The dramas are true stories of historic happenings that were researched through the MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside. The short dramas were recorded before a live audience using amateur voice actors. The sounds and music were created by foleys and musicians in the same manner of early live radio.

Wyatt Heritage Properties Incorporated has embarked on this project as a way of both entertaining and educating people about our Island past. Radio creates the best pictures. More dramas will be added to the site as developed during the annual fall festival.

Other ways to access the dramas are through our YouTube channel or through Culture Summerside’s website.

The dramas have been made possible through the support of Canadian Heritage, the Prince Edward Island Government and the City of Summerside.


To listen to the most recent radio dramas please clink on the audio titles below.

The following five are earlier Radio Dramas produced by Wyatt Heritage Properties Incorporated

Melancholy Accident in Summerside Harbour

Surgery on the Kitchen Table

Alone in the Graveyard

Island Woman Accused of Witchcraft

Public Whipping of Jeremy Mahar

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