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Guelph content in T.O. show

A musical written by a Guelph resident, which premiered in 2008, is being revived in Toronto with four shows starting next Thursday.

New book profiles musician Jim Guthrie

A new book on revered Guelph musician Jim Guthrie will be celebrated with a launch event on April 29.

Musicfest organizer sets stage for annual event

Local pianist Ken Gee, who has run an annual spring chamber music series ever since the demise of the Guelph Spring Festival, presents the ninth annual Guelph Musicfest starting late next month.

Davy the Punk at Heritage Hall

A one-man musical about a father’s life in the gambling underworld will be staged Monday April 20 at the Black Heritage Hall, 83 Essex St.

Avid cyclist has photo exhibit

A photography show by an avid cyclist is on display during April at the Crafts4U store at 11 Edinburgh Rd. S. The works are by Francine Jack, who “loves to cycle and has built up a great collection of local and area scenes – some very striking black-and-white photographs,” a news release said. For more [...]

City seeks Artist in Residence

The city is inviting professional artists to submit proposals for a community art project linked to the famous poem In Flanders Fields, which is 100 years old in 2015.

Authors give readings

Guelph lawyer and novelist Clifford Jackman will appear with Canadian novelist Lori Lansens at a reading in The Bookshelf’s eBar next Wednesday.

Hillside announces lineup

The Hillside Festival has announced the lineup for its 32nd annual summer festival from July 24-26, with most tickets set to go on sale May 2.

Guelph Little Theatre launches Noises Off

Guelph Little Theatre presents a show about putting on a show in a farce that opens a 10-performance run this Friday.

Fred Penner at River Run

Veteran children’s entertainer Fred Penner has a main-stage show at the River Run Centre this Sunday.

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