Wednesday, January 29, 2020
ST. JOHN’S, NFLD: Two local venues will soon have the chance to enjoy a little Celtic rock as Rawlins Cross performs in Guysborough at the Chedabucto Place Performance Centre this Friday (October 18) and in Mabou at the Strathspey Place...
TORONTO, ON: Dubbed by none other than Rick Mercer as the “funniest man in Canada,” comedian Derek Edwards will take the stage at the Strathspey Place Performing Arts Centre on October 23 at 7:30 p.m. “It’s...
ST. ANN’S: Artistic director Rebecca Silver Slater looked over a large crowd at the Gaelic College last Friday night and welcomed visitors to the 11th annual Cabot Trail Writers Festival. She was accompanied by Sarah Faber...
ANTIGONISH: The Antigonish International Film Festival (AIFF) kicks off this year with an October 25th evening screening of nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up at the new Brian Mulroney Institute of Government Auditorium at StFX University. Admission is free.
HALIFAX: Capturing a laid back 70’s folk rock vibe that grimly addresses ego and self-destruction, The Stanfields return to the plate with their new single “Breakers in the Dark” - the second from their forthcoming studio recording Classic Fadeout.
PORT HAWKESBURY: The brand-new Strait Area Theatre Society (SATS) has a special Thanksgiving treat for local audiences craving home-grown community theatre and visitors to Cape Breton seeking a serving of truly authentic music, comedy and storytelling. SATS’...
CHETICAMP: “Books are about everything - every imaginable human experience. So, when you get a bunch of writers together what they’re really talking about is life itself! And that’s a conversation for everyone…” Rebecca Silver Slayter is...
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.
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