Churchmice Players’ most recent attempt at taking on the classic play And Then There Were None had the audience on the edge of their seats all night.
Stunt fiddler Scott Woods will be bringing the sweet sounds of twin fiddles, a step-dancer, family humour, and inspiring stories to Camrose.
The University of Alberta-Augustana fine arts department is hoping people take a more open view to their world with their latest theatrical effort The Best Little Christmas Pageant Ever.
This is That was fake news before President Donald Trump ever mumbled out the phrase.
With Halloween come and gone, I thought I would share with you my favourite Halloween must watches. See how many cross your list, or if I can expand yours.
When Latin music, West African reggae, and folk rock rhythms come together to make one sound we get the John Welsh Band.
The Churchmice Players have dialed back the clocks to take on one of the great murder mysteries ever written.
Big Valley Jamboree will be singing the Song of the South for 2018.
For many Canadians, Gord Downie’s death marks the loss of a national icon. The outpouring of public grief and appreciation for the Tragically Hip’s frontman is well-deserved.
Donny Lee wants to bring the Nashville Honkytonk experience, here to Alberta.
If the spoken word has a rock star, his name is Shane Koyczan
Hi everyone. I’m back! I shall try to entertain, enthrall, and inform you as we journey into my mind and get to hear what I think of the newest movies.
Camrose is quickly a favourite stop for Vancouver Island band Lion Bear Fox.
Jenaya Iverson received all the motivation she needed as she was being crowned Canadian Young Model Miss.
Fubuki Daiko have spent the last two decades spreading Japanese culture throughout Canada by marching to the beat of their own drum.
When the Band of Rascals came together there were no lofty dreams about national tours or playing award shows.
Sheldon Casavant remembers when he first formed his addiction to magic tricks.
One of the biggest names in Canadian country music is coming back to Camrose.
For the last 16 years one play has been breaking down barriers and opening up conversation about a previously undiscussed stage in life.