Julie Daoust, Renaud Paradis Two musical legends, whose little-known friendship resonates to this day. You’ll be swept away by their music and lyrics. French music
TRIBUTE TO BOB WALSH BOB WALSH BAND, GUY BÉLANGER, SYLVIE DESGROSEILLERS AND MARTIN GOYETTE This event has been postponed to 2020! Stay tuned for details!
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.
A hat trick for Dan Bigras! After publishing an autobiography and releasing a compilation album summing up his 25-year career, Dan’s next project was an obvious one: performing both his book and his songs. With this show, Dan returns to our stage, telling his story through song and poignant anecdote. Come (re)acquaint yourself with this singular, candid artist. French music
Two clowns who, through their quarrels, acrobatics and solitary moments, touch your heart and make you laugh. A balancing act, a diabolo, and a hand-to-hand number are sure to make you sing and dance! For an audience of all ages! Ticket prices: For adults: $30 For children aged 14 years and older: $10 For children aged 13 years and younger: FREE
Révélation Radio-Canada 2019 (jazz) Discover the unique voice of Dominique Fils-Aimé, who conjures up the social and historical impact of jazz. Jazz
Founded in 1999, Help! is the most popular Beatles band in Eastern Canada, having performed more than 750 shows to date. Voices, costumes, theatrical effects, musical instruments-- all are recreated authentically….Even the hairstyles are spot on! English music
Rolling Stone magazine has compared Tami Neilson to Amy Winehouse. Originally from Toronto but now residing in New Zealand, Tami made a splash at the Montreal International Jazz Festival and on the French-language TV show Belle et Bum. Come listen to an artist at the crossroads of gospel, rhythm & blues, rock and country. Jazz
THE HONEYSUCKLE SISTERS are a vocal harmony trio who explore the "close harmony style" of the 1930s and 40s, made famous by the Andrew Sisters, the Boswell Sisters, and most recently the Puppini Sisters. Their tight vocal arrangements, pitch perfect harmonies, and contemporary interpretations bring to life the golden era of swing. Accompanied by keyboard, trumpet and drums, they deliver a lively mix of oldies, funky original compositions, classic jazz standards and haunting American folk music. THE HONEYSUCKLE SISTERS are…