Emma Moroni (centre), as the 1920s showgirl Janet Van De Graaff, is the centre of attention in a musical number called Show Off during a dress rehearsal for Curtain Call Productions’ comedy The Drowsy Chaperone.
The Downtown Guelph Business Association and the Exhibition Park Neighbourhood group are teaming up to bridge the generation gap with a family dance party during March break.
The River Run Centre presents a free event on Sunday March 9 featuring coffee, stories and conversation with internationally renowned architect Donald Schmitt and celebrated dancer/choreographer Laurence Lemieux.
Canadian rock music veteran Kim Mitchell has a show Saturday at the Guelph Concert Hall on Wyndham Street North.
Guelph Little Theatre’s recent production of Rabbit Hole has been picked as one of five plays to be staged at the Western Ontario Drama League’s annual festival, which takes place in Windsor from March 9-16.
An abstract painter who is currently the Artist in Residence at Guelph’s Lakeside Church has a solo show of her works in Elora this month.
First Light Theatre’s introductory theatre training program will stage Jack and the Beanstalk, with two shows on Saturday March 22.
Broadway comes to the University of Guelph’s War Memorial Hall this week with this year’s Curtain Call Productions show, The Drowsy Chaperone.
The Guelph Public Library is teaming up with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival to offer a series of free lectures on this season’s festival plays. Each evening lecture will feature Shakespearean experts from the University of Guelph’s School of English and Theatre Studies, who will take people beyond Stratford’s theatrical stage, a news release said. The [...]
Canadian storyteller Dan Yashinsky will be joined by a local storyteller when he visits Guelph on Thursday March 6 to launch his new book, Swimming With Chaucer.