Wednesday, July 17, 2019
ST. PETER'S: The St. Peter's Community Club presented two performances in February of "Pot Luck Soup" featuring the Nicolas Denys Players. The play, written by Annie MacDonnell and directed by Duane Burke, is a fundraiser for the St. Peter's Community...
MABOU: Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou is very happy to partner with Cape Breton University Boardmore Playhouse Director, Todd Hiscock, presenting a fresh and uniquely entertaining theatrical event during the summer of 2017. Marion Bridge debuts at Strathspey on...
L’ARDOISE: An exhibit of arts-based storytelling will took place last Tuesday at the Louisdale Lions Club on Whiteside Road in Louisdale. The exhibit showcased the storytelling of local seniors who took part in workshops over the past two months. It...
D’ESCOUSSE: Marjorie Simmins was arguably the most excited woman in D’Escousse when talking to The Reporter last Wednesday, as the local writer received a one-of-a-kind delivery just before picking up the phone. Copies of her latest book, Year of the...
MABOU: The excitement continues at Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou! After launching a new brand image, Web site, and unveiling a digital sign marquee, Strathspey had one final piece to launch, offering on-line ticketing. Strathspey Performing Arts Centre has worked...
HALIFAX: Gaelic speaking students from Portree High School, Scotland arrived in Nova Scotia and visited from October 8 to 15. The students visited schools and sites in Cape Breton that have Gaelic programming to learn about the language, culture and...
MABOU: For nearly three decades, Cape Breton-based family group The Barra MacNeils has thrilled audiences of all ages, both near and far, with their sparkling repertoire, vocals, instrumental prowess and vibrant showmanship. Their brand new release, “On The Bright Side,”...
ST. ANNE’S: Research conducted during the third season of “KitchenFest! Féis a’ Chidsin!” proved the festival to be a motivator for tourists to visit Cape Breton and a positive impact on the island’s tourism economy with over 8,000 people...
MABOU: It’s hard to find too many people who haven’t heard of John McDermott but, on November 3, locals will have an opportunity to hear the man himself. That night, the legendary Scottish-Canadian balladeer will visit the Strathspey Performing Arts...
MABOU: A unique theatrical experience takes place tonight as Sin Agad an Doigh premieres at Strathspey Performing Arts Centre. “It’s been a busy spring and a busy summer, and it’s continuing right through to Christmas time,” said Tracey MacNeil, executive...
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