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Elmira
Sunday, August 25, 2019

Local handiwork to get a good showing in St. Jacobs

It’s a tradition going back generations in the community, an art form passed down from mother to daughter, rooted in the townships and evolved...

Pair of young playwrights have something to Smile about

High school: was there ever a time where the theatrics seemed larger life, the problems more urgent and the challenges insurmountable, before it all...

Choral group marks 50 years with a special performance

The Waterloo County Teachers’ Choir is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special performance called Thank You for the Music, with a portion of...

Stringing together a new take on Don Thompson’s music

A professional musician for the better part of 60 years, Don Thompson still loves to get up on stage an perform, especially when he’s...

They’re driven to tee up some laughs

Discovering something new about your friends you’ve known for years can be thrilling or shocking, as audiences will learn in the upcoming Elmira Theatre...

Sometimes life needs getting on with

Grief, loss and family make for dramatic fare, especially in the personal and intimate productions put on by Theatre Wellesley, where the setting lets...

Community choir to perform Handel’s Messiah

Looking to repeat the charitable aspects of the first performance of Handel’s classic oratorio, a local community choir will perform Messiah at three upcoming...

Grimm Night at EDSS as drama team launches regional competition fundraiser

It will be a Grimm weekend at the Elmira District Secondary School this weekend, and the public is invited as the drama team puts...

Finding the comedy in the tragedy that is Romeo and Juliet

We already know how this story ends – in tragedy and death for the young couple at its centre – but what often gets...

This musical road trip is anything but a drag

The Australian outback isn’t the only wild part of the decidedly atypical road trip we take with a cast of colourful characters in the...