Arts and Entertainment

Cirque de Poulet – a circus marvel coming to Caledon

May 19, 2022   ·   0 Comments

By Constance Scrafield “We’re bringing a different act bouncing around the theme of a chicken, like juggling chickens (no real animals),” this remarkable statement came ...

Century Church Theatre holding Pantomime set in medieval times

By Constance Scrafield Whether the idea of a Panto is an old favourite of yours or you have never experienced such a thing, bring your ...

Full slate of events planned at Alton Mill next weekend

By Constance Scrafield Once again, a beautiful weekend is planned for the Alton Mill Arts Centre on Saturday May 21 and Sunday May 22. On ...

Forms, Faces and Spaces features in 26th annual Scotia Bank’s CONTACT Festival

By Constance Scrafield The Scotia Bank annual CONTACT Festival includes photographers exhibiting in galleries around the greater Toronto area, including Mississauga, Georgetown and Norval among ...

Theatre Orangeville’s Rock ‘n’ Roll is Here to Stay: review

By Constance Scrafield Just when we badly needed a break and a boost, Leisa Way and her Wayward Wind Band bring us Rock ‘n’ Roll ...

Munson and friends bring Forms, Faces and Spaces

By Constance Scrafield Munson and Friends is a pop up that ran the Jackson and Munson Gallery for 11 weeks last year at the White ...

Alton Mill’s Spring Open House slated for this weekend

By Constance Scrafield There is lots of news at the Alton Mill Arts Centre in the village of Alton. Much of it will constitute what ...

Alton Mill hosts The Competition Vol. 1

By Constance Scrafield A new ticketed event – an arts competition – at the Alton Mill Arts Centre is set for May 1. The brain ...

Fantasy art lessons begin this weekend at Maggiolly with Katherine Olenic

By Constance Scrafield Katherine Olenic is back to teach at Maggiolly’s this Sunday, April 24 for seven Sundays through to June 26. She is known ...

Orangeville man shares insights into his fine art career

By Peter Richardson Orangeville resident, Mark Grice has a somewhat different approach to his art than most artists. For Mark it is a business, not ...

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