Suite Thursdays

Presented by Meridian Credit Union

The RHCPA has transformed the Plaza Suite into York Region’s premiere cabaret space. Each Thursday evening, see incredible artists in an intimate setting. From magicians, opera singers, cabaret, to Broadway, Suite Thursdays has something for everyone!


$20 | All Shows Start at 7:30 P.M.

Available in advance and *at-the door. *subject to availability.

  • Amanda Rheaume Buy Tickets Thursday October 20
    Ottawa-based Amanda Rheaume is an accomplished Métis singer-songwriter with a powerful, slightly gritty, deeply personal, and instantly accessible folk/roots sound with elements of country, pop, and soul.
  • Tariq Harb Buy Tickets Thursday November 24
    Tariq Harb is quickly establishing himself as one of the leading classical guitarists of his generation. With a style described not only as "flawless" but with an "innate sense for truly beautiful interpretation", Harb has toured extensively throughout the world attracted audiences wherever he goes.
  • Thom Allison – Shut Up, It’s Christmas Buy Tickets Thursday December 15
    Lola Kringle (AKA Mrs. Claus) and Thom Allison are on stage to spread some Christmas cheer. Come hear Lola tell her story of life with the "jolly, big guy". And then Thom will take you on a musical sleigh ride to kick off the holiday season with style . . . and maybe a few giggles.
  • Millan & Faye presents: The Opera! Buy Tickets Thursday February 16
    Opera Comedienne Kyra Millan and her music partner Tina Faye, invite the audience into the world of opera through a brilliantly funny, whirlwind concert full of operatic favourites and well-known classical tunes, as well sketches and improv that celebrate the sublime and sublimely ridiculous elements that make up opera.
  • Stephen Fearing Buy Tickets Thursday March 23
    Multiple JUNO Award-winning Blackie and the Rodeo Kings member Stephen Fearing visits the Suite Thursday with his brand of Canadian-Folk.
  • Jordana Talsky Buy Tickets Thursday April 20, 2017
    A new talent in the Toronto Jazz scene, Jordana Talsky, the vocalist/songwriter has been turning heads (and ears) for the last three years. In her own words, her sound is "jazzy takes on pop songs and poppier takes on jazz songs. I am always attracted to new combinations, rather than strictly sticking to a genre."