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MABOU: For the first time ever, Anne of Green Gables has been created as a full-length ballet by Canada’s Ballet Jörgen with musical arrangements from Anne of Green Gables – The Musical. Canada’s Ballet Jörgen and...
KEMPT ROAD: In the midst of a public relations blitz to get the word out about the facility, those in charge of the Friends United Centre point out the vital role it plays in the artistic and cultural community. Canadian...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Rugged, raspy, and roaring with charisma, Halifax’s Ben Caplan is to folklore what smoke is to bourbon; perfectly coupled. Caplan’s songwriting is as bold in range as it is in ferocity. Fuelled by a quality of melodrama and...
By: Catherine Knott PORT HAWKESBURY: Alternative rock group The Town Heroes is hitting new heights this holiday season. The band returned from a whirlwind tour throughout Germany, playing festivals in Hamburg, in addition to performing throughout the Maritimes. The tour follows the...
ST. PETER’S: Veronica MacIsaac has brought her designs across the country but this Saturday evening the St. Peter’s native will, for the first time, present her tartan-inspired creations to a hometown crowd. The INNStyle Exclusive...
ANTIGONISH: A new exhibition at StFX of more than 45 pieces of artwork presents a more inclusive study through a collaboration with many Indigenous people, scholars and artists. Presented by the StFX German Society, Rolf Bouman...
ANTIGONISH: After discovering harmony on a cross-Canadian road trip in 2012 while singing Tom Cochrane’s “Life is a Highway” in the back of their family’s crowded hatchback, Moira and Claire MacMullin haven’t stopped signing. Earlier this month,...
ST. PETER’S: The Seaside Lobsterfest is now one of 17 selected festivals to be featured in Destination Cape Breton’s new marketing campaign, “17 in ‘17.” “We are so excited that after our first year, the Seaside Lobsterfest has been selected...
ANTIGONISH: Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre adds the second show to its repertory season on July 12, with the opening of Being Hank & Patsy by Path Productions. Being Hank & Patsy, written and directed by Antigonish native Laura Teasdale, is...
GUYSBOROUGH: In 2013 Kate Tompkins brought her artistic talents to eastern Nova Scotia through her formation of The Guysborough Players. Since then, Tompkins and her fellow volunteer actors have performed their musicals to audiences in Guysborough, Mulgrave,...
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