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Friday, August 23, 2019

Beauty and the Beast gets a Drayton spin

­A tale perhaps as old as time, Beauty and the Beast has been told in many versions, with most of us being familiar with...

A little something to tickle every fancy … and funny bone

Jesse Grandmont picked up a violin at the age of three, and he’s been fiddling around ever since. The musical talent he’s honed over...

Extra, extra, read all about it!

Drayton Entertainment’s Newsies will be making headlines this week in Woolwich, telling the classic David-and-Goliath tale loosely based on the newspaper strike of 1899.The...

ECT takes The Merchant of Venice out of doors

Shakespeare is a classic of summertime theatre, often taken out of doors to delight audiences at this time of year. The Elora Community Theatre...

Revisiting the Glory days of the Rivulettes

An upcoming production will shine a light on the inspiring journey of a Waterloo Region hockey team whose efforts landed them in the Cambridge...

Good Foundation supports Region Arts Fund

Looking to streamline its granting support for arts groups in Waterloo Region, the London-based Good Foundation has partnered with the Region of Waterloo Arts...

A world of music is a hometown affair

You don’t have to travel far to take in a world of music. And this year, neither will the performers, as the 14th annual...

Exploring the country side of Neil Young

Whether it’s a concert of original tunes, some classics at a neighbourhood pub or teaching guitar students a thing or two, Jay Carraro is...

It may not feel like summer, but it’s music season

If there’s music in the park, it must be summer ... even if Mother Nature isn’t cooperating.While we can’t count on the weather, we...

Putting some personal perspective on religion

The old writers’ adage “write what you know” is certainly applicable to Darrol Bryant’s latest book.Launched this week, Out of Galilee: The History of...