The Elora Community Theatre (ECT)
is pleased to present its final show of the season,
by Noel Coward
following up on the success of its first two shows – Anne of Avonlea and Brighton Beach Memoirs. More »
Saturday April 30, 2010 from 9 am – 5pm
In the Carnegie Commons, Lobby, the Studio & the atrium of the library
Wayzgoose is our celebration of the art of the handmade book! Each year on the last Saturday in April practitioners of traditional book related crafts including letterpress printers, printmakers, paper makers and hand bookbinders gather at the gallery to present their work to the public, renew connections with colleagues and share their expertise with the next generation of artists and artisans. More »
An evening to celebrate the launch of Hamilton’s newest independent monthly journal!
Come mix and mingle with contributors and friends – and grab an advance copy of the debut issue before it hits the stands!
Feel free to invite friends! All welcome!
Saturday, April 30 · 8:00pm – 11:30pm
Acclamation Bar and Grill191 James St. NorthHamilton, ON
Created By Martinus Geleynse
Please join us APRIL 30 for A TOUR OF THE NEW PEARL THEATRE SPACE
and the announcement of the
PEARL COMPANY CANADIAN THEATRE FESTIVAL
6 – ONE ACT PLAYS AUGUST 18-27 More »
CHARLIE HUNTER – Wednesday April 20 – This Ain’t Hollywood
w/guest Sam Klass
17 highly distributed albums including Natty Dread, Ready Set Shango, Pound For Pound, Steady Groovin, Mistico, + new CD, Public Domain ||
has worked with everyone from Michael Franti, Dave Ellis, Jay Lane, Les Claypool, Norah Jones, Stanton Moore, Skerik, Bobby Previte, Christian McBride, D’Angelo, and John Mayer More »
Art Gallery of Hamilton’s T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) presents
Restore, Repurpose or Replace:
What happens when a building gets old?
The timely topic of architectural heritage is up for discussion as the Art Gallery of Hamilton T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) series presents Restore, Repurpose or Replace: What happens when a building gets old? on Thursday, April 28 at 7:00 pm at the AGH, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
By Norm Foster
Directed by Rozz Woodcock, Produced by Linda Sutton
Dinner & Show: April 29, 30, May 6, 7, 13, 14, 2011 Dinner 6:30pm – Curtain 8:00pm
$35.00 per person
Show only: May 5, 2011 Curtain 8:00pm $18.00 per person More »
Handel’s MESSIAH, featuring ARCADY
under the direction of the acclaimed composer/director Ronald Beckett
special Spring series including: Neil Aronoff, Gabrielle McLaughlin, Paul Earle, Lesley Bouza, Heather Plewes,
Ronald Beckett, conductor More »
The Hamilton Storytelling Circle will be meeting on April 11th at 7:30, at Temple Anshe Sholom.
Ellen Jaffe requests that you bring a donation for the food bank, which you can leave just inside the front door.
I look forward to seeing you there.
FILMS IN APRIL 2011
MY AFTERNOONS WITH MARGUERITTE
Saturday, April 9 at 1:00 pm
Director: Jean Becker, 2010, France. French w/English subtitles. 120 min. Rated PG
Location: Westdale Theatre
Co-presented with Le Centre français Hamilton Inc. More »
DVSA Full-time envites you to our exhibition RE | CON | STRUC | TION. It’s being held at Hamilton Artists Inc and shows the years work by current students, highlighting their lidividual interests and passions. The reception is from 6-9pm on 29th of April. Please forward this message to anyone who might be interested.
See you soon,
The VOC Silent Film Harmonic will accompany “The Lodger” on Friday, April 15th, 8pm at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener. This 1927 classic is Alfred Hitchcock’s last silent film and considered his first ‘real’ movie; all the classic Hitchcock traits are there!
Tickets are $15 at the Registry or The Centre in the Square; at the door, $10 with a Food Bank donation. $5 eyeGO tickets are also available. More »
Broadway’s hit romantic musical comedy comes to Hamilton for the first time. The Wedding Singer is based on the 1998 Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore film that became an instant classic. With a score that pays loving homage to the pop songs of the 1980′s, this romantic musical comedy takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. More »
The internationally acclaimed boy singers of LIBERA are to visit Canada for the first time in April. During their two-week concert tour, the youngsters, who are based in South London in the UK, will perform in notable venues in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Chatham-Kent, Hamilton and Guelph. If you have never heard the unique, heavenly sound of LIBERA, then prepare yourself for something very special indeed. More »
The story takes place at 722 Toulouse Street, a rundown boarding house in the French Quarter of New Orleans circa 1938. The action is concerned with the interlocking lives of the various residents: a tubercular, homosexual painter, a doomed young girl and her coarse lover, two aging ladies living in near poverty, and the eccentric irrepressible landlady, who veers from cruelty to sentiment in her treatment of her charges. More »
Binbrook Little Theatre presents…
And Then There Were None
By Agatha Christie, directed By Jason Dick
April 22-23, 29-30-May 1, 6-7, 2011
In this superlative mystery, statuettes of little soldier boys, on the mantel of a house on an island off the coast of Devon, fall to the floor and break one by one as those in the house succumb to a diabolical avenger. A nursery rhyme tells how each of the ten “soldiers” met his death until there were none. More »
Like playing Scrabble? Do you support our vision of a beautiful, newly renovated, refreshed Carnegie Gallery right in the centre of Dundas? Here’s a chance to have fun and help (and maybe win some great cash and other prizes!). Sign up for the Carnegie Gallery’s “Dabble with Scrabble” FUN-draiser, set for Saturday afternoon April 9 beginning at 12:30pm at Christ Church in Flamboro/Dundas. Play Scrabble with friends and supporters of the Carnegie, compete for prizes, and finish up with a pizza party and refreshments! Don’t worry; you don’t need to be an expert player–all abilities welcome. More »
Oakville Galleriesâ€™ Youth Council Year-End Exhibition and Book Launch
June 3 â€“ June 5, 2011
Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square
Opening and book launch: Friday, June 3, 6 pm to 10 pm
Join Oakville Galleriesâ€™ Youth Council for their end-of-year exhibition and book launch. More »
Art Gallery of Hamilton talks presents
Joie de vivre: Masters of French Art
To complement The French Connection, the Art Gallery of Hamiltonâ€™s year-long examination of French and Francophone art and culture, AGH talks presents a series of evenings that explore the fascinating stories behind some of the most significant artists and works of the last 150 years from France and more recently, Quebec. More »