On the Boards: Young wife’s sexual awakening focus of play
An acclaimed play about the repression of women and sexuality by an award- winning Canadian playwright opens in London Tuesday.
Stratford Festival’s The Music Man officially begins rehearsals ahead of April debut
Creative planning director; casting assistant; audience developer; design co- ordinator.
Black History Month launches Saturday at Museum London
Their voices have been heard in Canada since the early 1600s, voices that are heard to this day.
On the Canvas: Two new exhibitions, If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It and Michael Bidner: Raw
A London gallery has launched two exhibitions inspired by queer culture and identity.
On the Canvas: Westland displays works from Gielen collection
Art collected by a prominent London business person is featured in a new exhibition.
On the Boards: Elgin writer tills farm drama
The Play: London Community Players presents Harvest, a play by Dutton playwright Ken Cameron.
Bluegrass launches Purple Hill season
The London area’s premier bluegrass venue kicks off its new season with a visit by a fiddling virtuoso.
Exhibits probe identity, vices
Three new exhibitions, including two about women and another about society’s guilty pleasures, are on at Museum London.
Hot Ticket: Cinderella cleans house
One of the most beloved fairytales ever written for children is on stage in London.
Cullen has Sexsmith as lyricist, husband as musician
Lori Cullen doesn’t have to look far for new material.
People, places and their stories find a home in the guitarist’s music
One of the most talented singer- songwriters to emerge from Australia is making another stop in London.
Brickenden: Troupe nabs multiple Brickenden Awards, including outstanding drama, musical, director, set and lighting design
A London theatre director found himself in the lead role Monday at the 16th annual Brickenden Awards.