The summons reads as follows:
being an officer and director of …….the owner of premises known as16 Steven Street, in the former City of Hamilton, now the City of Hamilton, located in a district of the said City zoned “D” did permit an unlawful use of the premises: namely, live performance theatre and art gallery offering works for sale to public, which uses contravene Section 10(1) of City of Hamilton By-Law 6593, as amended……
This charge carries a fine of $50,000.00 and $25,000.00 a day if convicted. REZONING COSTS COULD EXCEED $200,000.00
The Bhadra Collective
May 9: Afternoon Workshop: 2 to 4, $20 pay at the door.
AN AFTERNOON OF SACRED SOUND With Dennis Gaumond
May 9: Evening Performance: 8:30 $15 pay at the door
DENNIS GAUMOND and THE BHADRA COLLECTIVE
“Devoted to the infusion of compassionately slinky, divinely gritty and bodaciously sensual vibrations into the planet’s morphogenetic grid.” More »
A screening of two films about life in Guatemala and Nicaragua
Sponsored by the Guatemalan Working Group of OPIRG McMaster, Companer@s North South, and The Pearl Company.
OFF THE RADAR: A documentary by Terry Asma
RECYCLED LIFE: A documentary by Leslie Iwerks
Friday May 8th, 2009, 7:30 pm at The Pearl Company, 16 Steven Street @ King William. Free and all welcome. Music by classical/flamenco guitarist Gary Santucci. For more information: opirg (at) mcmaster (dot) ca or 905-525-9140 ext. 27289 More »
In celebration of mothers everywhere, Tapestry Bistro presents “The Mamas Show”.
An exhibition of local art, with special pairings of Tapestry staff and their moms.
Opening Celebrations: Sunday May 3rd, from 3 to 7 pm.
May 1st to 31st
Rosemary J Brown, pastel artist More »
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
by Oscar Wilde.
presented by Galt Little Theatre
47, Water St. S. , Cambridge.
opening Thursday, April 30th. May 1st, 2nd, *3rd, 7th, 8th, 9th. More »
The last play of the season for Elora Community Theatre
opens this Friday, May 1:
The Shortest Distance Between Two Points
Written by Keith Roulston and Directed by Gary Seibert.
This is a Canadian play from the early days of the Blyth Festival and looks with humour at a small town whose identity and heritage are threatened by a new proposed highway. More »
Village Theatre Waterdown in association with Studio Babette Puppet Theatre
announces a fantastic, funny puppet play with music
A Royal Pain
From a script by Katarzyna Lengren
Director Marie Franek, Musical Director MJ Russell, Producer Nea Reid More »
-innovative print making techniques by Rainer & translucent, rural-based, ‘photo-collages’ by mlh -
Gallery open Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun 1-5pm.
The AGH film series is pleased to screen the documentary Pennilesse: Joyce, His Odyssey in Trieste on Monday, May 4 at 7:00 pm at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
The 35 artists of the Williams Mill Visual Arts Centre have been busy in their studios this past winter creating wonderful works of art in various media ranging from, wood, stone, clay, glass, fabric, oil, watercolour, pastel and much more. Now that spring is finally here they invite you to an exclusive preview Friday May 1, between 5:00pm and 9:00pm, where you have the opportunity to purchase high quality, original artwork at affordable prices.If you cannot attend the Friday evening don’t worry the open house will continue from Saturday May 2 through Sunday May 3, 12:00pm to 5pm. More »
Tango Academy is proud to announce Hamilton’s first Tango Festival 2009. Please feel free to invite your friends and be a part of the celebration. Visit www.gtaTANGO.com for more details.
Sunday, May 24, at Fenian Films, 211 Lock Street S., Hamilton.
Tango Show and Dance, 8 pm – 12 midnight.
$20 advance, $25 at door More »
Just wanted to send out the word that there are tickets available for the Dress Rehearsal of “Jenny’s House of Joy”, by Norm Foster; the final Guild show for 2008/2009 season. The date is Thursday, April 30, 2009, 8 pm. show, Players’ Guild of Hamilton, and the cost is $20.00. This reserved performance, which is being sponsored by OSSTF Status of Women, will benefit the Native Women’s Centre, the Stephen Lewis Foundation, and the St. Joseph Immigrant’s Women’s Centre. We need to sell this show out, and as of yet we haven’t, so … More »
South gallery E R I K A R E I S E N B E R G E R
P A P E R W O R K S line drawings and land folds More »
The Regal Dixielanders
Friday, May 1: A 6 piece band playing “Swinging Happy Music”. They played
The Pearl in November and it is so true!
Doors Open: 8:30 Performance begins: 9:00. $10 at the door
Monday, April 27: Starting with two workshops, one in the morning for high
school students from10:00am – 12:00 and another one in the afternoon for
interested adults – 2:00 to 4:00pm. With Shawn Trotter, Gary Santucci. Cost
Open Stage starting at 7:00pm: Everyone welcome whether watching or
playing! More »
If you sometimes get more of a kick out of the audience than the play, join Margaret and Stanley Locker and their friends, Donna and Walter Pace, for their fun-filled “night in the theatre”. As they seek a little insight into
the “Bard”, we will see exactly what is meant by “All the world’s a stage”. We learn a lot about the audience and even a little about “Hamlet”. This play will give you food for thought, or perhaps, even a Danish. “To Be or Not To Be” was never like this! More »
Hammer Entertainment presents Sondheim’s ‘Company.’
April 24th – 8pm; April 25th – 2pm and 8pm
May 1st – 8pm; May 2nd – 2pm and 8pm
(email@example.com) tickets (at) hammerentertainment (dot) ca
‘Company’ is being produced by Hammer Entertainment,
directed by Jaclyn Scobie and musically directed by Erik Canaria.
The clashing sounds and pulsing rhythms of New York City underscore this landmark “concept” show, considered by many to have inaugurated the modern era of musical theatre. “Company” follows our anti-hero bachelor, Robert, as he makes his way through a series of encounters with April (the stewardess), Kathy (the friend), Marta (the “peculiar” one), as well as with his married friends. Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Company’ features the songs Ladies Who Lunch, Another Hundred People and Being Alive. More »
PICCADILLY CIRCUS presents Bryony Lavery’s Frozen
A ten year old is missing. Her mother retreats into a state of frozen hope.
Directed by Gary Smith
April 24, 25, 30, May 1,2 at 8pm
At THE STAIRCASE, 27 Dundurn St. S. Hamilton
Tickets $20. (Staircase members $18. At the Door)
Advance Tickets: Bryan Prince Bookseller 905 528 4508
Tickets also available at the door 1 hour prior to performance.
Come to Tapestry for pre-show dinner, 905-481-2166 for dinner reservations. More »
Binbrook Little Theatre Inc. presents
“The ODD COUPLE (female version)”
by Neil Simon
Directed by John Addison and Jane Malenfant
Featuring Sherri Marshall, Beverley Pitt, Shirley Marshall, Lorna Oleniuk,
Megan Davey, Linda Langman, Zackary Knowles, Tony Steenbeeker
April 17-18, 24-26, May 1-2 More »
FixOurWorld invites you to
Hamilton EcoArts Festival
Earth Week Festival Launch: Tuesday, April 21. Feature Film: “Manufactured Landscapes”
Musical performers: Kim and Frank Koren. Venue: The Pearl Company. Doors open 6:30, Film 7:30 pm
Art Gallery of Hamilton Presents: Wed, April 22. Feature Film: “Flow: The World Water Crisis” Guest Speaker: Lynda Lukasik, Environment Hamilton. Venue: Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas. 630pm. More »
April- June 2009, Opening reception: Friday May 1st at 7:00pm
Rotary Clubs of Grimsby Sculpture Gardens
Grace Loney’s major outdoor installation Maze is featured on the gallery grounds in the Rotary Clubs of Grimsby Sculpture Gardens. Maze, a three-dimensional free standing painting, is experienced by entering and walking through as one would a maze. Once within the structure the viewer is surrounded by an explosion of colour that has been applied to present multiple changing compositions. More »
Wolsak & Wynn publishers present a launch of three new works April 29th at The Pearl Company, 16 Steven St, Hamilton. Doors open 7 pm, readings begin 7:30pm. Author readings, book signings and refreshments.
Chris Pannell: Drive
Jeanette Lynes: The New Blue Distance
Robert Moore: Figuring Ground
The Aldershot Players spring production of Key for Two
by John Chapman and Dave Freeman
will open on April 24th.
Directed by Byron McKim. Produced by Chuck Learn and Rozz Woodcock.
Featuring: Paula Penton, Andrew Huisman, Mike Queripel, Michelle LaHaise, Scott Broe, Dina Dametto, Heather Hunter More »
Sunday April 19, 1 pm @ The Sky Dragon (Bread & Roses Cafe), 16 King William St., Hamilton:
Readings by contributors (including Bernadette Rule, James Deahl, and Ellen S. Jaffe) to the Crossing Lines Anthology: Poets who Came to Canada in the Vietnam War Era. Edited by Allan Briesmaster and Steven Michael Berzensky, who will also be reading. Published by Seraphim Editions. For more info go to: http://seraphimeditions.com
Some people are dying to be famous. One man would kill for it.
Black Box Fire is proud to present Down The Road, a psychological thriller by Lee Blessing. Down the Road will run May 8 – 16 at the Hamilton Theatre Inc studio theatre (140 MacNab St N).
The story centres on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murder of 19 women, but there may have been more. More »