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Ryleepuss Productions proudly presents The Drowsy Chaperone. Bursting with show-stopping song and dance - this Canadian musical parody & five-time Tony Award winner whisks audiences away on a Jazz Age journey of love, laughter, and libation. Alone in his modest, one-bedroom apartment, a musical theatre fan puts on his favourite cast recording. As the record spins, the colourful & chaotic characters of a fictitious 1928 musical spring to life – filling his living room with all manner of movie stars,…
Emma Elena Grace will be performing at the Second Wedge on February 18 from 3 to 5 p.m. Hear her on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2FmjJTC No cover charge as usual!
Wixan's Bridge is hosting a Paint Nite on February 21. Learn how to create Where the Wild Things Are while having a great time with friends. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online.
Sunday February 25, join Blue Heron for brunch with award winning author Maggie O'Farrell. Maggie O'Farrell grew up in Wales and Scotland and now lives in London. She has worked as a waitress, chambermaid, bike messenger, teacher, arts administrator and journalist in Hong Kong and London, and as the deputy literary editor of The Independent on Sunday. Her debut novel, After You'd Gone, won a Betty Trask Award. Since then, her awards include a Somerset Maugham Award and the Costa…
Tim Bastmeyer will be performing at the Second Wedge on February 25 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Col. McGrady's is happy to launch the Col. McGrady's Artist of The Month Series sponsored by The Second Wedge Brewing Co. The first performer in the series is fingerstyle guitarist Kyle Pullan. Kyle takes his strong melodies, Bass lines and percussion to deliver power instrumental soundscapes. Join them on the last Wednesday of each month for Open Mic night, and a special performance by our featured artist!
Stupefied Theatrical Productions presents Wendy's World, a story about a girl trying to overcome her insecurities in the real world. Performances take place March 1 and 2 at 7 p.m., and March 3 at 2 and 7 p.m at the Uxbridge Music Hall. Tickets available at starticketing.com and Sugar FX.
Uxperience is hosting a fundraiser dance on March 3 at the Uxbridge Legion. Tickets are $25. Enjoy a dance, silent auction, and a late night buffet.
Sunday, March 4, join us for brunch with award-winning author Peter Carey. Peter Carey is the author of 13 previous novels and has twice received the Booker Prize. His other honours include the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the Miles Franklin Literary Award. He was born in Australia in the town of Bacchus Marsh. Wildly inventive, funny and profoundly moving, A Long Way from Home opens in 1953 with the arrival of the tiny, handsome Titch Bobs, his beautiful doll of…
With astonishing vitality, master actor Kenneth Welsh (Under Milk Wood, Leaving Home) gives a remarkable solo performance of The Gospel According to Mark. What was Jesus up to? Bring the story to life; picture the vivid images of the story; follow this journey because it's your journey too! In these weeks leading up to Good Friday and Easter, hear with fresh ears the whole story of Jesus. A donation to support local work in Uxbridge would be appreciated.