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DAVE THOMPSON TRIO + THREE

DAVE THOMPSON TRIO + THREE New arrangements of classics like Mood Indigo, Prelude To A Kiss, Straight No Chaser, plus Dave’s cool original compositions. Friday, April 17th at 8:00 PM Tickets:$25 4 concert series pass: $85 Call 519-578-1570 or...

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Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Posted by on May 26, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Featuring J.Bru and the Bearded Backups, with special guest Julie Cook

Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert

Come celebrate cancer survival and support Grand River Regional Cancer Centre with the Jeremy Brubacher and Friends Cancer Benefit Concert. First held to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jeremy Brubacher’s battle with cancer, this will be the fourth edition of what we hope to make an annual event. Expect to hear a blend of country, folk, and rock originals and covers by talented musicians. 

 

 

Sunday, May 26 

Doors open at 3:30 pm

Show from 4 pm – 6 pm

 

Tickets: $10

Tickets can be purchased at the door, by emailing jeremybrubacher@hotmail.com, or by contacting Jeremy Brubacher at 226-789-9485.

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Stories of Resilience + Challenge in WOKE Women

Stories of Resilience + Challenge in WOKE Women

Posted by on May 31, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

Presented by Carl Beharry (The WOKE Women’s Movement) and Selam Debs (Juici Yoga)

The FIRST of its kind in Waterloo Region, join us for an evening of inspiring speakers, live steel pan music, and an interactive panel discussion.

Five Women, representing five unique cultural backgrounds, share stories of overcoming adversity and hardship, and define how they have persevered through cultivating unwavering determination in rising above barriers and setbacks.

Creatively curated and by Selam Debs and Carla Beharry, come hear personal stories of resilience, from three empowering and engaging speakers:

MARVA WISDOM | KEYNOTE SPEAKER Director of the BLACK EXPERIENCE PROJECT | Co-founder of CANADIAN BLACK HISTORY PROJECTS

HALIMA AL-HATIMY Founder of FEMCARE COMMUNITY HEALTH INITIATIVE

CAROLINA MIRANDA Founder of FEMININE HARBOUR LIGHT STORIES

Friday May 31, 6 pm – 10 pm

Doors open at 6pm. Join us for a warm and welcoming hour from 6pm-7pm, for a glass of wine and live steel pan music, from our local, Guyanese-Canadian musician, Carol Taylor of Rhythms in Steel, to connect with speakers and other like-minded women in the region. Our speakers will run from 7pm-10pm, and will include a full interactive panel discussion.

Tickets: $65 EARLY BIRD PRICING – UNTIL APRIL 30TH, 2019 $75 AFTER MAY 1ST, 2019 *** CASH BAR WILL BE AVAILABLE

Call 519-616-1103 or Buy Tickets Online

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Elora Chamber Winds

Elora Chamber Winds

Posted by on Jun 2, 2019 in Classics at the Registry, Events, Registry Events | 0 comments

The Registry Theatre

presents

Elora Chamber Winds

Brahms by Arrangement

Johannes Brahms idolized Joseph Haydn. His variations on a theme by Haydn was based upon Haydn’s Saint Anthony Chorale. Plus Brahms’ Quartet in G minor. All arranged for woodwind quintet and piano.

Les Allt ~ Flute
Jim Mason ~ Oboe
Pater Shackleton ~ Clarinet
Ian Hopkin ~ Bassoon
Derek Conrad ~ Horn
plus special guest pianist


Sunday June 2
3 pm

Tickets:
$28 Adult / $25 Senior

6 concert series pass:
$140 Adult / $120 Senior

Call 519-578-1570 or Buy Tickets Online

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Playground: Festival of New Work

Playground: Festival of New Work

Posted by on Jun 6, 2019 in Events, JM Drama, Registry Events | 0 comments

JM Drama Alumni

presents

Playground: Festival of New Work

From June 6-9, 2019, Playground: Festival of New Work will feature short medium works/excerpts by emerging artists from the Waterloo Region and surrounding area.

Playground Festival of New Work challenges our region’s playwrights and theatre creators to submit original works each fall. Several writers are selected to join the Writer’s Circle, an informal group that meets over the winter months to read, discuss, and develop their scripts. This core group evolves into the production team that programs, casts, and stages collectively, preparing their works to be enjoyed by our region’s enthusiastic theatre audiences each June.

Playground explores complex subject matter, activating thought and discussion. The rules of our collective playgrounds apply well beyond the primary school years: we all must share space, take turns, take risks, and take care of our friends. And the most fun is always had when there’s a touch of danger . . .

By supporting our 2019 Playground: Festival of New Work’s ticketed shows, attending our free events, and providing valuable feedback direct to our email address, or in short surveys at our venues – audiences will continue the tradition of nurturing professional theatre craft locally – from the Playground up!

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The Woodstock Experience

The Woodstock Experience

Posted by on Jun 14, 2019 in Events, Partner Events | 0 comments

The Woodstock Experience

In 1969 the greatest music festival of all time happened – Woodstock.

Now 50 years later we invite you to allow us to take you back to that time in music history. Featuring performances by Cheryl Lescom, Chuckee Zehr, Rick Taylor, Steve Toman, Grant Heywood and Marc Shickluna. We highly recommend timely fashion and dress, encouraging us to greater heights!

Friday June 14, 7 pm

Tickets” $35

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