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September 2021

Vintage Wine Performs 1970s Pop Rock
25 25 September at 7:30 pm

Where were you in the 1970s?  If you were near a radio, you will be able to fill in the blanks: Doobie ____, Rod ____, KC and the Sunshine ____, Elton ____, Bye Bye Miss ____, Me and Bobby ____, Killing Me ____, I Shot the ____, Peaceful Easy ____, Have You Ever Seen the ____.  How did you do on the quiz?  Vintage Wine happily returns to Theatre Lac-Brome to play rock mixed with pop, blues, folk, country, jazz, rhythm…

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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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October 2021

Stéphane Tétreault Bach Suites
2 2 October at 8:00 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome is delighted to welcome back the wonderful Stéphane Tétreault. His outdoor concert last summer with Valérie Milot on harp was such a huge success, that they did two shows for us! This year he is back and flying solo with The Bach Cello Suites. Discover the magic of the Suites in the hands of this young virtuoso, a unique concert that is sure to uplift our spirits.

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Gala with Martha Wainwright
9 9 October at 6:00 pm

Enjoy Theatre Lac-Brome’s Opening Gala. A catered buffet and more surprises await you! We will feature Martha Wainwright. With an undeniable voice and an arsenal of powerful songs, Martha Wainwright is a beguiling performer and a refreshingly different force in music. Martha began building a buzz with her well-noted EPs, prior to her 2005 critically and commercially successful début LP, Martha Wainwright. Listen here to her new album, titled Wolves.  

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My Salinger Year
13 13 October at 7:00 pm

New York in the ’90s: After leaving graduate school to pursue her dream of becoming a writer, Joanna gets hired as an assistant to Margaret, the stoic and old-fashioned literary agent of J.D. Salinger (The Catcher in the Rye). As an added bonus, screenwriter and director Philippe Falardeau will introduce the film and will be present for a Q & A after the screening. The film is in English with French subtitles. A lovely, captivating film managed with grace, tenderness and touching…

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UAPEN NUTA-TERRE DE NOS AÏEUX
16 16 October at 7:30 pm

For the first time on our stage, we are thrilled to present Kathia Rock in a moving journey as she illuminates her culture through music, storytelling and theatre. Her musical universe is inspired as much by her urban environment as by her Innu community of Uashat-Mak-Maliotenam, on the North Shore. She composes and interprets melodies that draw their sources from the ancestral repertoire of her people as well as from traditional "contemporary folk-rock fusion music." For more information: http://kathiarock.com/  

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The 4 Anglos (please click on “All Events” above to choose the show day and time you want)
30 30 October at 2:00 pm

The 4 Anglos are back and ready to unmask their contagious new comedy show, "SURVIVING THE COVID APOCALYPSE!" Starring Terry Mosher, Josh Freed and Bowser & Blue, directed by Ellen David, this show will have you laughing at what you have lived through - in an evening of fully-vaccinated songs, virally infectious humour, and 100 globally acclaimed cartoons from 38 different nations!

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The 4 Anglos
30 30 October at 7:30 pm

The 4 Anglos are back and ready to unmask their contagious new comedy show, "SURVIVING THE COVID APOCALYPSE!" Starring Terry Mosher, Josh Freed and Bowser & Blue, directed by Ellen David, this show will have you laughing at what you have lived through - in an evening of fully-vaccinated songs, virally infectious humour, and 100 globally acclaimed cartoons from 38 different nations!

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The 4 Anglos
31 31 October at 2:00 pm

The 4 Anglos are back and ready to unmask their contagious new comedy show, "SURVIVING THE COVID APOCALYPSE!" Starring Terry Mosher, Josh Freed and Bowser & Blue, directed by Ellen David, this show will have you laughing at what you have lived through - in an evening of fully-vaccinated songs, virally infectious humour, and 100 globally acclaimed cartoons from 38 different nations!

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November 2021

Conversations avec mon pénis
20 20 November at 8:00 pm

Conversations avec mon pénis is a brilliant work by New Zealand writer Dean Hewison. The play offers a humorous look at the relationship between a man and his organ. Ann-Catherine Choquette and Marc-André Thibault are a dynamic duo, who will make audiences laugh and move them in unexpected ways. Since its creation in 2016, this hit production has toured Quebec and entertained audiences with more than 60 performances. Tom, at different stages of his life, must negotiate with a part of…

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The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead
25 25 November at 7:30 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome is thrilled to be bringing the recent hit Hudson Village Theatre production of The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead here for four performances only! You won't want to miss this hilarious mystery-comedy directed by Dean Fleming and starring Leni Parker who will single-handedly bring seven characters to life. Told in a series of monologues along with brilliant set and costume changes, the play is a gripping adventure, as the world is turned upside down in a disastrous…

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The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead
26 26 November at 7:30 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome is thrilled to be bringing the recent hit Hudson Village Theatre production of The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead here for four performances only! You won't want to miss this hilarious mystery-comedy directed by Dean Fleming and starring Leni Parker who will single-handedly bring seven characters to life. Told in a series of monologues along with brilliant set and costume changes, the play is a gripping adventure, as the world is turned upside down in a disastrous…

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The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead
27 27 November at 7:30 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome is thrilled to be bringing the recent hit Hudson Village Theatre production of The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead here for four performances only! You won't want to miss this hilarious mystery-comedy directed by Dean Fleming and starring Leni Parker who will single-handedly bring seven characters to life. Told in a series of monologues along with brilliant set and costume changes, the play is a gripping adventure, as the world is turned upside down in a disastrous…

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The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead
28 28 November at 2:00 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome is thrilled to be bringing the recent hit Hudson Village Theatre production of The Blonde, the Brunette, and the Vengeful Redhead here for four performances only! You won't want to miss this hilarious mystery-comedy directed by Dean Fleming and starring Leni Parker who will single-handedly bring seven characters to life. Told in a series of monologues along with brilliant set and costume changes, the play is a gripping adventure, as the world is turned upside down in a disastrous…

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March 2022

GOWAN in Quebec : Solo LIVE
1 1 March at 8:00 pm

GOWAN in Quebec : Solo LIVE Music Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. Creator of the classics A Criminal Mind, (You're a) Strange Animal, Cosmetics, All The Lovers In The World and Moonlight Desires, Gowan made a major breakthrough in Quebec in 1997 with his version of Harmonium’s immortal Pour un instant which ended up on his album Live in Quebec which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. For the occasion, a vinyl edition limited to 1000 copies will be…

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Angel Forrest presents Hell Bent With Grace
12 12 March at 8:00 pm

In 1988, Angel Forrest began a musical career that now spans more than three decades. The Montreal-based artist was named Female Vocalist of the Year, at the Maple Blues Awards, six years running between 2013 and 2018. After touring around the world and sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in blues and rock music, the 2018 finalist at the International Blues Challenge, in Memphis, Tennessee, returns with her latest album, Hell Bent With Grace. Angel will have…

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April 2022

John Roney
16 16 April at 8:00 pm

John Roney’s doctoral studies concentrated on the hybridization of Frederic Chopin’s musical language with contemporary jazz. For this retrospective recital, the John Roney Trio focuses on one piece, Chopin’s “Prelude,” Opus 28, no. 15, which has been dissected, assimilated, rearranged and reconfigured for jazz trio. Although the original piece lasts only a few minutes, with the expansion of Chopin’s original material and exploring its suggested meaning, the resulting concert lasts approximately one hour. Starting Friday, April 8, we are offering $5 off…

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Mont Foster
20 20 April at 7:00 pm

Shot entirely here in our region (West Bolton and Knowlton!), Mont Foster is the first feature film written and directed by Louis Godbout. A psychological drama, the film stars Laurence Leboeuf, Patrick Hivon, Émile Proulx-Cloutier and Lucie Laurier. After the screening, the public will have the opportunity to speak with the director. Having just lived through a difficult ordeal, Mathieu and Chloé retreat to a country house to find themselves and regain their strength. But their peaceful stay is quickly…

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Les années Cat Stevens (SOLD OUT)
22 22 April at 8:00 pm

Cat Stevens marked an entire generation. Pierre Trépanier, Martin Lessard and Alain Couture have revisited all his greatest hits and, in this concert,  bring this unforgettable era back to life. They will perform “Father & Son,” “Wild World,” “Moonshadow,” “Where Do the Children Play,” “Oh Very Young,” “Morning Has Broken,” “Can’t Keep It In,” “Hard Headed Woman,” and many other classics. An evening for diehard fans of this 1970s icon. An extra performance was added on October 8, 2002. Get…

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May 2022

Knowlton Players
5 5 May at 7:30 pm - 8 May

After a long break, The Knowlton Players are clicking their heels together and gearing up to perform a highly entertaining rendition of The Wizard of Oz on stage at Theatre Lac Brome this May. Featuring 30+ actors from multiple generations, including members of the Knowlton Academy Children’s Choir, this family favourite is being brought to life by director Jessica Brown and stars both new and familiar faces from our surrounding community! Joining Brown to work on the play is Rob…

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Virginie Fortin
14 14 May at 8:00 pm

After the critical and (almost) popular success of Du bruit dans le cosmos, Virginie Fortin returns with her second solo show, Mes Sentiments (“My Feelings”), whose title suggests that it will be much more personal and probably even funnier. With its half-philosophical, half-joking style, on the border between existentialism and humour, Mes Sentiments takes us on a journey through time, life—and the feeling that, in the end, being someone is sort of strange….

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Cine-club*: Illusions perdues
20 20 May at 7:00 pm

The Brome Lake Literary Festival is presented in collaboration with the Town of Brome Lake and the Caravane du FIL. A film by Xavier Giannoli, based on the novel by Honoré de Balzac, starring Benjamin Voisin, Cécile de France, Vincent Lacoste and Xavier Dolan. (France, 2021, 149 min., original French version with English subtitles) A lavish adaptation of Balzac’s novel of the same name, the film boasts a dazzling cast, including director and actor Xavier Dolan. Presented in official competition at…

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Baldwin, Styron et moi
21 21 May at 7:30 pm

Lyndz Dantiste, Émile Proulx-Cloutier and Elkahna Talbi. Credit: Benoît Erwann Boucherot (Studio BRW) Work:  Baldwin, Styron et moi  by Mélikah Abdelmoumen (Mémoire d’encrier, 2022) Actors: Lyndz Dantiste, Émile Proulx-Cloutier and Elkahna Talbi Musician: Charles Papasoff Quebec writer Mélikah Abdelmoumen, of Saguenay origin on her mother’s side and Tunisian on her father’s, explores the deep friendship between William Styron and James Baldwin, two renowned American writers of the 20th century. Styron, a white descendant of slaveowners, is best known for his novel Sophie’s Choice. Baldwin, a…

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Lettres biologiques, amours interdites
22 22 May at 7:30 pm

Marcelle Gauvreau in 1941 © Montréal Botanical Garden (Archives) / Marika Lhoumeau ©Julie Beauchemin / Yanick Villedieu© Jacques Robert / Brother Marie-Victorin (born Conrad Kirouac) in 1928 © Université de Montréal (Archives) Work:  Frère Marie-Victorin, Lettres biologiques (Éditions du Boréal, 2018) / Marcelle Gauvreau, Lettres au frère Marie-Victorin (Éditions du Boréal, 2019) Actors: Marika Lhoumeau and Yanick Villedieu Narrator – News reader: Raymond Archambault From 1933 to 1944, Brother Marie-Victorin and his colleague Marcelle Gauvreau, 22 years younger than him, maintained an ongoing correspondence, both scientific and amorous—and, by…

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2Frères
27 27 May at 8:00 pm

Déplogué 2Frères, the popular singer-songwriter duo, is coming to TLB. This is a unique opportunity to see Erik and Sonny Caouette on stage once again—or meet them for the very first time—as they perform an intimate, “unplugged” version of their show. At times funny, at times touching, the 2Frères revisit the greatest hits of their francophone folk repertoire, along with a few new songs, all enhanced with never-before-told stories and anecdotes.

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June 2022

Harry Manx
2 2 June at 8:00 pm

Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Manx blends classical Indian music with southern American Blues. In the mid-1980s, captivated by Indian music, he began a five-year apprenticeship with Rajasthani master Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He learned to play the famous Mohan Veena, a guitar/sitar, which became his favourite instrument. The artist is thus described as the “essential link” between Eastern and Western music, creating musical stories that combine the blues tradition with the depth of classical Indian raga under the name “Mysticssippi.” With…

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Harry Manx (SOLD-OUT)
3 3 June at 8:00 pm

Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Manx blends classical Indian music with southern American Blues. In the mid-1980s, captivated by Indian music, he began a five-year apprenticeship with Rajasthani master Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He learned to play the famous Mohan Veena, a guitar/sitar, which became his favourite instrument. The artist is thus described as the “essential link” between Eastern and Western music, creating musical stories that combine the blues tradition with the depth of classical Indian raga under the name “Mysticssippi.” With…

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Laurence Jalbert
11 11 June at 8:00 pm

En toute intimité In the cozy setting of Theatre Lac-Brome, celebrated singer Laurence Jalbert performs her most memorable songs, along with those that have marked her career. Accompanied by her guitarist, she draws audiences in with her infectious energy and remarkable generosity of spirit. An evening you won’t want to miss!

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Cine-club : Peace by chocolate (with a special draw of chocolate from the original Peace by Chocolate shop)
15 15 June at 8:00 am

Peace by Chocolate, a film by Jonathan Keijser   Original version in English, subtitled in French. Canada, 2022, 96 min. (G) A Canadian film shot in Halifax and based on a true story, “Peace by Chocolate” follows a young Syrian refugee forced into exile after witnessing the bombing of his father’s chocolate factory in Syria. Struggling to settle into small-town life in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, he is torn between his dream of becoming a doctor and his father’s dream of…

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Shawn Phillips (SOLD OUT)
16 16 June at 8:00 pm

Liam Loves Quebec! Just say the name Shawn Phillips, and his best songs come to mind, starting with “Woman” and “The Ballad of Casey Deiss.” A legendary figure in the folk music scene of the 1960s and 1970s, the virtuoso guitarist and vocalist has shown an undeniable talent for melody and a keen sense of rhythm over his 50-year career. Deemed enigmatic and unclassifiable, Phillips has experimented with a wide range of musical genres, from folk-rock and blues to jazz,…

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Shawn Phillips (SOLD OUT)
17 17 June at 8:00 pm

Liam Loves Quebec! Just say the name Shawn Phillips, and his best songs come to mind, starting with “Woman” and “The Ballad of Casey Deiss.” A legendary figure in the folk music scene of the 1960s and 1970s, the virtuoso guitarist and vocalist has shown an undeniable talent for melody and a keen sense of rhythm over his 50-year career. Deemed enigmatic and unclassifiable, Phillips has experimented with a wide range of musical genres, from folk-rock and blues to jazz,…

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July 2022

Annual gala evening – ALEXANDRE DA COSTA STRADIVARIUS SUPERCHARGE (SOLD-OUT)
2 2 July at 6:00 pm

Theatre Lac-Brome's annual gala evening, with Alexandre Da Costa Welcome to Theatre Lac-Brome's annual gala evening! The festivities will begin with a cocktail reception from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be followed by the Stradivarius Supercharge show, featuring renowned violin virtuoso Alexandre Da Costa, accompanied by the Trio Jazz Stradivaria. Attendees will also have the chance to enter a draw for several surprise door prizes. Tickets are $175 per person, and an official tax receipt will be issued for…

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Colin Moore
16 16 July at 8:00 pm

A Montréal singer-songwriter with a unique, mesmerizing voice, Colin Moore is often compared to the greats: the voice of a young Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty's brand of rock, Bob Dylan's journey, Mike Ness's rebelliousness, Johnny Cash's vitality... His lyrics sing of love in all its extremes, where friendship and solitude happily mix. Inspired by the 21st century and its developments—conspiracy, misinformation and media manipulation—his latest album, Heart of the Storm, offers a reflection of contemporary life.

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Cine-club : Le temps des secrets (VOF)
20 20 July at 7:00 pm

Le temps des secrets by Christophe Barratier   France. 2022. 104 min (G) With Léo Campion, Mélanie Doutey, François-Xavier Demaison.   Marseille, July 1905. Young Marcel Pagnol has just finished his primary education. Here comes the time for vacations! As a child of the city, this long-awaited return to his beloved hills of Aubagne and Allauch made him feel happy. He found nature, wide-open spaces and especially his friend Lili, always ready to share new adventures. "Bringing Pagnol's work up…

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August 2022

DURHAM COUNTY POETS
5 5 August at 8:00 pm

Durham County Poets is a band in the true sense of the word. It all started in a small café in Ormstown, formerly known as Durham, in the Montérégie. Since 2011, the band has made a name for itself on the Canadian and American music scene. Each of its members writes and arranges the music and brings something unique to the band. Wherever they perform, their audiences respond enthusiastically. Their repertoire draws on a wide range of genres: blues, soul,…

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6 6 August at 8:00 pm

Kim Churchill lives for and through the guitar. His playing combines complex picking, percussion through the neck and sound board , two-handed tapping, harmonica melodies and foot percussion, overlaid with a deep and moving voice. Landing on the scene in 2009 in his native Australia, Kim quickly made his way onto the local and international scene, sharing the stage with Xavier Rudd, Michael Franti, Ben Harper, Paul Kelly, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Bob Dylan.His discography, now consisting of five albums, is…

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Mia Rolland
14 14 August at 10:30 am

After her very successful performance at TLB last year, we are delighted to welcome young opera singer Mia Rolland this summer for a new recital, accompanied by pianist Carmen Picard. At home in many genres, Mia will follow her passion for vocal music from the Baroque to Broadway, exploring early Italian opera, French, Italian and Spanish art song, and the ever-developing sound of traditional and contemporary Musical Theatre. Come discover a rising star!

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Émilie Clepper
19 19 August at 8:00 pm

Émilie Clepper, along with a musician-collaborator, is delighted to perform songs from her wonderful folk-country repertoire nourished by her family roots. Émilie will perform both her own songs as well as those that her father, singer-songwriter Russell Clepper, used to sing to her as a child. A memorable experience with an artist who has a gift for making every show unforgettable

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September 2022

Ernesto Cervini’s Joy – The music inspired by Three Pines
3 3 September at 8:00 pm

Born from the imagination of JUNO Award winning drummer and composer Ernesto Cervini, an influential presence on Canada's modern jazz scene and beyond (Turboprop, TuneTown, Tetrahedron), this show was inspired by the incredible village from Louise Penny's “Gamache” detective series. It features music nourished by the characters and emotions from the series, and endeavours to capture the spirit of the books, about goodness and decency, about integrity, courage and love. “Three Pines is a state of mind. When we choose…

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DANNY ROOD SUNNY BLUES
8 8 September at 8:00 pm

Singer-songwriter Danny Rood has been performing in Quebec for many years, notably at the Tremblant International Blues Festival and the Festival international de jazz de Montréal, as well as in France and the United States. With his warm, mellifluous voice, he offers a brand-new and exciting approach to the blues in this original show. Inspired by his many stays in Nashville as well as by his personal background, the music of “Sunny Blues” is sunlit, vibrant and soulful—touching people with…

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VINTAGE WINE
9 9 September at 8:00 pm

Vintage Wine returns to perform Oldies But Goodies: Hits From the 1950s to the 1970s. You will hear rock and roll, pop rock, British invasion, soul, and Motown favourites by pioneers, icons, and hitmakers including Buddy Holly, the Beatles, Carole King, Neil Diamond, the Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, the Temptations, the Lovin' Spoonful, the Doobie Brothers, Fats Domino, the Byrds, Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, and the Drifters. Vintage Wine musicians, a quartet…

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Shawn Phillips (SOLD OUT)
10 10 September at 8:00 pm

Just say the name Shawn Phillips, and his best songs come to mind, starting with “Woman” and “The Ballad of Casey Deiss.” A legendary figure in the folk music scene of the 1960s and 1970s, the virtuoso guitarist and vocalist has shown an undeniable talent for melody and a keen sense of rhythm over his 50-year career. Deemed enigmatic and unclassifiable, Phillips has experimented with a wide range of musical genres, from folk-rock and blues to jazz, funk, classical, orchestral,…

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France D’Amour
16 16 September at 8:00 pm

France D'Amour is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of her generation. With a career encompassing 13 solo albums, 40 radio hits, more than 10 nominations and prizes, and more than a 1,000 shows, her track record is indeed impressive! She's a musician who knows how to rock hard and jazz intelligently and, above all, delight her audiences with each performance. This new show in trio format offers an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure.

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Charles Richard-Hamelin – Chopin à l’honneur !
17 17 September at 8:00 pm

Winner of the silver medal and Krystian Zimerman Prize at the 2015 International Fryderyk Chopin Competition in Warsaw, Charles Richard Hamelin is now one of the leading pianists of his generation. Six years have already passed since the competition, and Theatre Lac-Brome is fortunate enough to welcome this virtuoso pianist for a recital this fall. Charles Richard-Hamelin offers a program entirely devoted to Chopin. He will perform two “Nocturnes,” the famous “Piano Sonata No. 2” (with its famous third movement,…

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CINÉ-CLUB : HALLELUJAH: LEONARD COHEN, A JOURNEY, A SONG
21 21 September at 7:00 pm

HALLELUJAH: LEONARD COHEN, A JOURNEY, A SONG by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine   Original version with French subtitles. United States. 2022. 118 min. Documentary. (G)   This documentary explores the life of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen through the lens of his international anthem, Hallelujah. "What matters here is the manner: at the heart of this documentary is Leonard Cohen, a serious and deadpan man, a spiritually driven individual and a celebrated creator who remains humbled by the mysteries of inspiration."…

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PHILIPPE-AUDREY LARRUE-ST-JACQUES – ENFANT DU SIÈCLE
30 30 September at 8:00 pm

On stage, he's delighted audiences with his deadpan—sometimes scathing—comedy and his funny, dandyish and somewhat offbeat persona. He's back with a brand-new show, and it will undoubtedly be brilliant.

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October 2022

Cine-club : Maigret
19 19 October at 7:00 pm

MAIGRET by Patrice Leconte   France - Belgium. 2022. 88 min (G) With Gérard Depardieu, Jade Labeste, Mélanie Bernier.   Maigret investigates the death of a young girl. There is nothing to identify her, no one seems to have known her, nor remember her. He meets a delinquent girl who bears a strange resemblance to the victim and awakens in him the memory of another disappearance, older and more intimate... " A nostalgic and moving Maigret, literally inhabited by Depardieu."…

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Salomé Leclerc
29 29 October at 8:00 pm

An artist to discover at a special price! After three critically acclaimed albums in Quebec and in Europe, a recipient of the Félix-Leclerc, Charles-Cros, Rapsat-Lelièvre and Espoir FEQ awards, Salomé Leclerc returns with a fourth album. In Mille ouvrages mon cœur, the singer-songwriter bares her soul a little more and continues her search for the singular thread—at once raw and ordered— of her being, leaving a vital place to chance and happy accidents. She knows how to cultivate her solitude…

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November 2022

Knowlton Players are back at TLB
3 3 November - 13 November

WITH LOVE, JOHNNY was written in 2020 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of W.W.2 but was put on hold as a theatre production due to Covid. It is a musical memoir of many of the songs made popular during the 1940’s along with memories of the brave men and women who fought for our freedom. Script by Roger de la Mare Directed by Steve Trew Musical direction by Laura and John Barr November 3rd, 4th, 5th and 10th, 11th, 12th at…

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Cine-club: Compétition officielle
16 16 November at 7:00 pm

Spain - Argentina. 2021. 115 min (G) Original version with French subtitles With Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, Oscar Martínez. A billionaire businessman in search of fame and social prestige decides to make a unique, groundbreaking film. To achieve this goal, he hires the best of the best: A stellar team consisting of famous filmmaker Lola Cuevas and two well-known actors who boast not only an enormous talent, but also an even bigger ego: Hollywood star Félix Rivero and aging theater…

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Dominique Fils-Aimé presents “Three Little Words”
18 18 November at 8:00 pm

Dominique Fils-Aimé presents “Three Little Words,” the final chapter in her trilogy of albums about the legacy of African-American music. From the stripped-down blues tones of her debut album to the jazz inflections of her second opus, her latest recording, released in February 2021, embraces the emotional lushness of the soul music of yesterday and tomorrow. On stage, whether in Canada, Europe or the United States, Dominique Fils-Aimé draws the listener in with her vocal swagger and radiant glow. Making…

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MARIO JEAN – ALLER DE L’AVANT
19 19 November at 8:00 pm

Mario Jean is back and stronger than ever, looking to renew himself, to move ahead, to surprise audiences once again. With his unique, versatile style and ability to bring everyone together, he tackles issues that people can relate to—while at the same time amazing them. Aller de l'avant's favourite topics include human intelligence and stupidity, the joys and sorrows of growing old, overconsumption, television and advertising, his children, who are still at home... And one of his routines deals with…

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ÉMILE PROULX-CLOUTIER – À MAINS NUES
26 26 November at 8:00 pm

SOLO SHOW Émile Proulx-Cloutier goes solo to tell stories in all their raw and lively energy. New songs, new tales, new slams: this one-man show springs from the actor-musician's desire to try something different—creating a show first (with the album to follow one day, someday…). So the new work will premiere in concert, and songs from the albums Aimer les monstres and Marée haute will shine with renewed life. À mains nues (“barehanded”)—an act of stripping away, of vulnerability, of…

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December 2022

FABIEN CLOUTIER – EN RODAGE
3 3 December at 8:00 pm

After the success of his first three solo shows and the TV series Léo, actor and writer Fabien Cloutier presents Délicat, his new one-man show. “Delicate” is a term one wouldn't automatically associate with Fabien Cloutier, who always delights in telling things as they are and in language that is a sharp as a scalpel. Delicate, because the artist's unique and colourful writing constantly revels in detail—without losing its edge. Because, despite what we may believe, nothing is off limits.…

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