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King's Town Players will hold open auditions for performances of Blood Relations, written by Sharon Pollock and directed by Dylan Chenier. The Play “Lizzie Borden took an axe...” begins the classic schoolyard rhyme that sets the stage for Sharon Pollock’s award-winning historical drama. In 1892, Andrew and Abigail Borden were brutally murdered in their Fall River home. Their daughter Lizzie, though acquitted in court, was the only suspect ever charged. Debate as to her guilt continues to this day. Instead…
Free food? Getting paid to watch an informative film? The Save Movement has been extremely generous in providing food for the event and are offering each student a payment of $10 for attending and watching the duration of the film.
Musicians, poets and comedians are welcome to perform up to 3 songs or 12 minutes! Two mics and a PA are provided but any instruments or accompaniment are not provided.
Free your voice and find your song with this inclusive and uplifting meditative practice. Soulful Singing is an active meditative practice that promotes joy, mindfulness, creativity and community. All are welcome to this free weekly event; open to students, staff, faculty and friends of Queen's.
Annd we're back with another anti-oppression open mic night! Come out to show support, share your art and experiences with likeminded people, and find out how you can be published in Volume 5 of Collective Reflections! If you're interested in performing please email us at: email@example.com
Join Darrell Bryan conducting the Queen’s Polyhymnia choir for a varied program full of exciting and breathtaking moments.
The Elwins are a pop band from the lakeside town of Keswick, Ontario that specialize in writing bright infectious songs. They're a group of guys that you would be happy to introduce to your friends and parents.
Come see me at the Metal Rocks show on Thursday November 23 from 5:00-9:00 at the Tett centre where all of my creations will be on display and available to purchase! Just in time for Christmas!
The Kingston Potters’ Guild is hosting its annual Christmas pottery show and sale from November 23-26! We will be offering a variety of local and handcrafted works of sculpture, functional pottery and ornaments made by our members. We are so excited to have turned 50 years old in 2017! Come join us in celebrating our next 50 years of ceramic arts in Kingston, and get your hands on some locally made pottery - it makes a great gift! Dates and…
Whitehorse's brazen sonic breadth encompasses psychedelic surf, arid border rock, lo-fi ingenuity and icy 80's sparseness.
Uncle Red is coming all the way from Possum Lodge to sign his latest masterpiece, The Woulda Coulda Shoulda Guide to Canadian Inventions.
.Book Launch with Readings Novel Idea Bookstore, 156 Princess St, Kingston Thursday, Nov 23rd, 7-9pm H W. (Heather) Browne and Carolyne Van Der Meer, in the company of guest reader Elizabeth Greene, will be launching their latest books in Kingston. Carolyne will be launching a collection of poetry, 'Journeywoman' (Inanna Publications, 2017), and Heather will launch her debut collection of short fiction, 'A Moose in the Dark' (Tightrope Books, 2017). Light food and refreshment will be offered. Elizabeth Greene has…
Life drawing is one way to learn about the complexity and beauty of the human form. Join Tim Rosillo every Thursday evening for life drawing classes at the Tett Centre. All levels of artistic experience are welcome.
From its beginnings as a street performance in the UK, STOMP has grown into an international sensation over the past 20 years, having performed in more than 50 countries and in front of more than 24 million people.
The 2013 Broadway premiere of this dysfunctional family comedy starred David Hyde Pierce, Kristine Nielsen, Shalita Grant, Sigourney Weaver, Billy Magnussen, and Genevieve Angleson.
Hits include: "Not Ready to Go", "Tired of Waiting", "Hold Me In Your Arms", "So She's Leaving", "Hope & Ruin", "Highway of Heroes", "Under the Sun", "The Power of Positive Drinking", "Sing Your Heart Out", "Paranoid Freak", "Poor Ol' Broken Hearted Me"