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Three women filmmakers will discuss the trials and triumphs of making films With: Joyce Borenstein "Lida Moser, photographe" Nadia Fortin, "Pour le temps qu'il nous reste", "Ascenseur" Claude Hamel, "Territoire Ishkueu Femme Woman's Territory" A discussion will take place in both French and English
Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman Original English version
With Izabel Grondin, hailed as the "Queen of Cinematic Genre". She will come to present her new short film feature Original French version
Get your children's faces painted! Free
Fun cartoons for kids!
A film about music and kids Free
Myriam Reid Learn more about the harp, a celestial instrument, in the company of a phenomenal artist. Free event
On October 17th come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Knowlton Literary Festival and applaud regional poets who will be on hand to read from their work in the theatre lobby. Poets include Marjorie Bruhmuller, Antony Di Nardo, Steve Luxton, and Ann Scowcroft, with John Barr at the piano. Mary Harvey will host the event. Free event with wine and cheese.
Theatre Lac-Brome offers you two outdoor concerts on Saturday, September 12th! Bring your chairs and enjoy this outdoor event, which takes place in the theatre's parking lot at 2 pm and at 4 pm. Discover the world-renowned cellist Stéphane Tétreault and harpist Valérie Milot. This event is FREE but PLEASE call ahead to reserve your spot at 450 242-2270. Bring your chairs. Please note that a parker will be asking you to park your car at a designated spot in…
First out of the gates in our Heritage Project presentations is the Heritage Choir bringing you a lovely varied program. As an added bonus, the Heritage Choir will be presenting a scene from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, starring the Heritage Choir members! This is a free event, but spaces are limited. Call the theatre at 450-242-2270 to reserve your spot.