Wednesday, February 19, 2020
INVERNESS: The short film Bòcan, the first production from filmmaking collective Cape Breton Film (formerly known as Inverness Film) is part of the 2019 lineup for FIN Atlantic International Film Festival. Bòcan’s selection was announced during the...
MABOU: A Hollywood star will be making his Strathspey Place Performing Arts Centre debut next month, not to mention his first visit to Cape Breton, and the prospect leaves a certain seven-time Emmy Award winner all smiles.
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Ships of 1801 Society will present its seventh original production Save our Keppoch School: Stories and Songs from a Ceilidh House at the Strathspey Place Performing Arts Centre Saturday night at 7 p.m.
ANTIGONISH: It’s not Hollywood but it’s home. Following a special meeting of Antigonish Town Council on August 19, Mayor Laurie Boucher told council of a conversation she had with writer-director-actor Shelly Thompson. Thompson, a former resident...
INVERNESS: The centerpiece of the inFlux Cross Cultural Arts Festival is the World Premiere of Scott Macmillan’s “Woodland Revival,” a musical happening, on stage and under the trees, celebrating forest diversity. Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road meets Cape...
MABOU: “If Theses Shoes Could Talk” is the theme of this year’s dance season with Dance Debut. Michelle Greenwell is entering her 32nd season of celebrating dance with others, and it has been quite the summer...
HALIFAX: Vibrant Canadian duo mmeagan&amy, formed by violinist Amy Hillis and pianist Meagan Milatz, share an intense passion for innovative programming and fearless music-making. Praised for their energy, sensitivity, and musical maturity, meagan&amy are about to embark on...
ANTIGONISH: Theatre Antigonish, the region’s longest-running community theatre organization, is preparing to announce its 45th season. The 2019-20 season announcement and information session will take place on Thursday, September 12, at 5 p.m., at the Bauer Theatre....
ANTIGONISH: “We are unique, as a summer theatre in Nova Scotia, in that our mandate is very broad. It contains a lot of diverse programming – in that it is International and Canadian works. I’m looking across the country to...
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO: “Music was definitely part of it, from an early age. In one form, one type, or another – there was always music around us.” Harold MacIntyre spent his early childhood in Sugarcamp before moving to...
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