Theatre Lac-Brome - More Than Just a Theatre

Theatre Lac-Brome was hosting a special show with our local artist Amos J and his friends on january 18th. They revisited the greatest hits of the last 30 years. An event to be redone in the future !

The theatre was the host of many events on december 8th and 9th . Harry Manx charmed the public on december 8th with his blues with indians flavors. The next day, the evening of ”midnight madness”,  the painter Marieve Pelletier hosted a vernissage. The local jazz band La Cançao offered a free performence to the public who arrived earlier for the show of the Toronto jazz signer Emilie-Claire Barlow. This event was sold out.  More then 80% of the public who came that weekend was from outside of the area !

More then a hundred people came to see ”I have the right! ”

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.

Knowlton Players Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was a success ! Theatre Lac Brome would like to thank the organization for choosing our venue to host this amazing event !

Are you ready to celebrate Celtic Music throughout October?

Theatre Lac-Brome presents their October program of events:

A heady concoction of musical traditions from French-speaking Upper Brittany and Breton-speaking Lower Brittany.
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An incredible Trio (flute, harp, violin) with their own sound combining Celtic, African, Jazz, Bluegrass and classical music.
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To commemorate the bicentennial of Henry David Thoreau, a selection of his poems and prose will be presented along with interludes of traditional and newly composed music inspired by nature.
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Niamh Parsons has come to be known as one of the most distinctive voices in Irish music. Described in the Boston Herald as both emotionally haunting and tonally as clear as crystal, her albums are ‘must-have’ collector’s items for any lover of songs and singing. A rare chance to hear a solo performance by a songstress, the likes of whom “comes along once or twice in a generation.”
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In last Tuesday’s edition (July 25, 2017) of the Brome County News , Ann Davidson writes:

For the next couple of weeks whether regular theatre-goer or not, “Around the World in 80 Days” is a must see. In just a short 80 minutes the audience is piloted into a lively 80-day journey circumnavigating the world.

Read the full article here.