Monday, June 17, 2019
ANTIGONISH: Ceilidh Acadien is a project involving Eveline Menard of Joliette (flute), Robert Deveaux of Cheticamp (fiddle), and Mary Beth Carty of Antigonish (accordion, guitar) coming together to create a cultural dialogue, mixing vocal and instrumental traditions. They are excited...
MABOU: From a Canadian classic rock band to local greats, from magicians to tribute bands - a whole lot of entertainment is coming to the Strathspey Performing Arts Centre – they even have a guy juggling chainsaws coming in. “We...
ANTIGONISH: Craft beer fans in Antigonish have something exciting to celebrate. Three local organizations – CACL Antigonish, Legion (Branch 59), and Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre – are collaborating in a unique partnership to co-host the inaugural Antigonish Craft Beer Festival...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Granville Green Outdoor Concert Series is still months away, but those looking for some musical entertainment can have their boots filled at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. “We have some shows coming in during the next little...
ANTIGONISH: A foot-stomping, award-winning musical from Scotland is coming to Theatre Antigonish. Sunshine on Leith is a vibrant, energetic piece of musical theatre, loved by audiences and critics alike. First produced in 2007 by the Dundee Rep Ensemble in Scotland,...
ANTIGONISH: Music of the Night took Antigonish back to the 1960s with the production of the eccentric musical Hairspray. This was Music of the Night's 17th production in the past 21 years. Hairspray tells a story about racial inequality, body...
HALIFAX: A documentary on climate change that includes the village of Little Anse has a new life. Centering on efforts by the community of Gabarus to lobby the provincial and federal governments to replace an aging seawall, the documentary ONLY...
SYDNEY: The 2019 Celtic Colours International Festival has announced the list of venues for this fall’s concerts, including a local addition. The new venues include the Louisdale Lions Club, which will join the ranks of long-time Celtic Colours venues like...
ST. GEORGE'S CHANNEL: Keith Mullins will perform at St. George’s Channel Hall on February 23. Born and raised in Cape Breton, Mullins, for a quarter-century has been synonymous with the east coast music scene. His professional career, beginning at the...
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