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November 2017

Free comedy show : I have the right !
29 29 November at 7:00 pm

The User's Comittee and it's resident's committees look after the care and services given to the users of its etablishment and the residents in the accommodation centers be taken care for in their dignity and in their rights and liberties. They are one of the most important spokes-person for the users and the residents next to the establishment's authorities CIUSSS de l'Estrie-CHUS.   Free event

$Free

December 2017

Free event : La Cançao – Jazz Bossa Nova
9 9 December at 7:00 pm

**Pass the hat** Come earlier to theatre before the performance of Emilie-Claire Barlow for a free show of La Cançao. La Cançao is a jazz band with a passion for bossa nova. The project of Dunham singer Rebecca Rowley, La Cançao has been going since 2011, singing brazilian and french classics as well as jazz and blues standards. For this show, Rebecca Rowley will be accompanied by Montreal pianist Samuel Voyer and she will present two of our own compositions.…

$Free

May 2018

DISCOVERY TOURS
17 17 May at 2:00 pm

Senior Discovery Tours is the largest Canadian tour operator,  specializing in fully escorted worldwide group tours,  for the 50 + traveller. Come and join them for a travel presentation at the Theatre Lac Brome on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm.   where they will showcase some of the many new tours and destinations they offer. All include airfare, hotels, taxes, insurance for cancelation and health while outside of Canada, tipping , excursions, most meals and home pick up from…

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June 2018

Painted Garden – Susan Pepler
1 1 June at 12:00 pm au 2 July

We’ve had such a fabulous response to Susan Pepler’s big floral paintings at the theatre, that we asked her to extend the exhibition until the 2nd of July!  Happily, she agreed, noting that one of her main missions in life is to offer access to original paintings in real life, to as many people as possible, whether it’s for them to come and look at the paintings and appreciate them at an exhibition space, or whether it’s to come and purchase…

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June 2019

Susan Pepler
26 26 June at 10:00 am au 16 July

She’s BACK ... Susan Pepler has filled the theatre with pure JOY & COLOUR again. This SOLO exhibition of Pepler's large floral paintings is all about BRINGING the GARDEN INSIDE … inside the theatre for now, inside your home, someone else's home or simply inside your heart. "Painting is a calling," says Pepler. “There’s nothing I’d rather do. And I’m over the moon happy that so many people are “catching that magical feeling” that my painted gardens, bouquets and flowers…

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July 2019

The magical cimbalom
7 7 July at 10:00 am

Alexandru Saru Come discover the cimbalom, a piano typically found in Eastern Europe. Accompanying instruments include the violin, cobza, and double bass. Free event

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The violin in all its splendour
21 21 July at 10:00 am

Josiane Breault Children and adults are invited to come and listen to the violin in all its glory! While tasting our musical offering, treat yourself to pastries in the theatre lobby or terrace. Free event

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August 2019

Discovering the pan flute
4 4 August at 10:00 am

Vitaliy Reutsky Vitaliy will showcase the complexities of this mythical instrument. Free event

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3 women producers and directors present…
23 23 August at 9:00 am

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

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Casablanca
24 24 August at 1:30 pm

Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman Original English version

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Maledictus
24 24 August at 9:00 pm

With Izabel Grondin, hailed as the "Queen of Cinematic Genre". She will come to present her new short film feature Original French version

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Face painting
25 25 August at 8:30 am

Get your children's faces painted! Free

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Special cartoons
25 25 August at 9:00 am

Fun cartoons for kids!

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Kids and Music
25 25 August at 10:30 am

A film about music and kids Free

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September 2019

You will be in heaven…
8 8 September at 10:00 am

Myriam Reid Learn more about the harp, a celestial instrument, in the company of a phenomenal artist. Free event

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October 2019

Poetry reading
17 17 October at 5:00 pm

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.

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September 2020

Duo Milot & Tétreault
12 12 September at 2:00 pm

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…

$Free

September 2021

Heritage Choir
26 26 September at 2:00 pm

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.

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November 2021

Francine Ruel’s Book Launch
13 13 November at 2:00 pm

On Saturday, November 13, Theatre Lac-Brome is delighted to welcome Francine Ruel, best-selling author and star of both television and film—who also happens to be a long-time resident of Knowlton. She will be launching her latest novel, Le promeneur de chèvres, which is set in the Eastern Townships. At the event, Ms. Ruel will read excerpts from her new work and sign copies of her book. Attendees will also have the opportunity to admire the works of artist Maddia Esquerre,…

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