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Love’s Quirky Farmer Anchors Mystery Thriller at Classic Theatre

Love’s Quirky Farmer Anchors Mystery Thriller at Classic Theatre
PERTH – Following a star turn in the Classic Theatre Festival’s award-winning production of Arms and the Man, Toronto actor Alastair Love has returned to Perth to play the role of a mysterious farmer in the “comedy-thriller” I’ll Be Back Before Midnight, the annual nail-biter that plays at the Festival’s mainstage until September 10 at 54 Beckwith Street East. I’ll Be... Read More

Friends show support for Brockville Museum

Friends show support for Brockville Museum
BROCKVILLE – The Brockville Museum recently received a gift of $25,000 from the Friends of the Brockville Museum to assist the local community museum with the much needed purchase of promotional materials, conservation supplies, and exhibit development. The board-run, city-owned museum relies on donations like this to supplement its limited operating budget. “We’re in the enviable position that our building... Read More

Brockville Concert Association Presents: 2017 Music Series

Brockville Concert Association Presents: 2017 Music Series
Brockville – The Brockville Concert Association is proud to present our 2017 Music Series! The highly acclaimed Collectif9 launches our series with world class string players in an exciting live concert September 22, 2017 at the Brockville Arts Centre. Don’t miss it. Our lineup includes the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Chamber Soloists presenting well known classical favourites and tangos, followed by Montreal... Read More

Award-Winning Robinson Returns for Classic Theatre’s Annual Mystery Thriller

Award-Winning Robinson Returns for Classic Theatre’s Annual Mystery Thriller
Perth – If living life passionately is a sign of success, then Lindsay Robinson is a successful person.  Robinson is currently in Perth to play the role of an archeologist in the “comedy-thriller” I’ll Be Back before Midnight, the annual nail-biter that opens at the Classic Theatre Festival’s mainstage August 18 at 54 Beckwith Street East. I’ll Be Back before Midnight,... Read More

Fort Henry to host United States Marine Corps Joint Ceremonial August 19th and 20th

Fort Henry to host United States Marine Corps Joint Ceremonial August 19th and 20th
KINGSTON –Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada is pleased to present the Battle Color Detachment of the United States Marine Corps from 8th and I Barracks, Washington, DC for two performances on Saturday August 19 and Sunday 20, 2017 starting at 7:00 pm.  The relationship between the Marines and Fort Henry goes back to 1954 when the Marines first visited the... Read More

THE 162nd SPENCERVILLE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 7TH TO 10TH, 2017

THE 162nd  SPENCERVILLE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 7TH TO 10TH, 2017
Spencerville – From the opening ceremonies Thursday, September 7th, to classic country on stage Sunday afternoon September 10th, the 162nd  Spencerville Fair is sure to have something to entice fairgoers of all ages. Taking the stage on Friday September  8th is 21 Gun Salute with Silver Creek opening, and Saturday September 9th is Brea Lawrenson and Jordan McIntosh with Adam Hamelin... Read More

Province Investing in the Revitalization of Historic Massey Hall

Province Investing in the Revitalization of Historic Massey Hall
Preservation and Restoration of Iconic Venue is Music to the Ears of Ontario Fans Ontario is investing in the revitalization of Massey Hall, the site of many historic cultural performances and experiences, to ensure it continues to engage and entertain people for years to come.Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, and Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance, were joined... Read More

Winners of Brockville Public Library’s Oh Canada Art Show and People’s Choice Awards Announced

Winners of Brockville Public Library’s Oh Canada Art Show and People’s Choice Awards Announced
Brockville – The Galleries at the Brockville Public Library are celebrating the 150 anniversary of Canadian confederation with their “Oh Canada Art Show and People’s Choice Awards.” Local artists were asked to submit artwork representing their vision of Canada, and the public was invited to vote for their favourite piece. The results are in and the People have chosen Northern... Read More

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre
At the heart of George Bernard Shaw’s warm and witty play Candida, now playing at the Classic Theatre Festival in Perth, is a clergyman’s spouse who is truly loved by everyone. But when one passionate young poet declares his obsessive love with her, it sparks a connubial crisis that forms the basis for one of Shaw’s most memorable pieces, a reflection on Victorian notions of love and... Read More

Candida-Mania arrives at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival July 21

Candida-Mania arrives at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival July 21
British cultural exports to North America have often earned monikers that suit the temperament they inspire. The adulation greeting four lads from Liverpool who crossed the pond in 1964 inspired Beatlemania, but long before that landmark Baby Boomer phenomenon, another “mania” was inspired by a play opening July 21 at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival. “Candidamania” was an early 20th century sensation... Read More