Ballet Camrose was the big winner at the Camrose Music Festival this past week as the group took home two of the three big awards, including the coveted Rose Bowl for their “Love Oneself” performance.
The Bailey Theatre is teaming up with four local organizations to bring the world’s largest national film festival to Camrose.
Infinite Imagination, founded by Mike Hicks and Trevor McTavish now introduce their first in a series of several theatrical productions of the recently established In House Theatre Group of the Bailey Theatre.
For a city of under 20,000, Camrose punches above its weight when it comes to producing top entertainers.
Dreamers, cynics, lion-hearts and cowards: there’s some in every crowd. Yet rarely do they cross each other quite like they do in the University of Alberta-Augustana Campus’ production of I Shot a Duck.
Tim Neufeld now gives little evidence of his previous musical path on stage.
Ukrainian dancing enthusiasts hope this weekend becomes tradition.
Duane Steele is 54, but for his upcoming show at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre he is dipping back into his childhood.
The Camrose Veselka Ukrainian Dance Society has been around for 34 years, but has never hosted their own festival. That is until this weekend.
Paul Myrehaug has taken his comedy act around the world, but still gets the most nervous when he performs in front of his hometown.
The Nordlys Film and Arts Festival has come a long way from its humble beginnings in the basement of the Olson family house.
Punch Drunk Cabaret rocked the Bailey Theatre in Camrose on Jan. 28 for the filming of their first live music video for “Sweet Dreams (are made of this)”.
Jim Witter is looking forward to returning to a community where he is known for being Jim Witter.
Punch Drunk Cabaret is putting out a casting call.
Musicians from around Central Alberta are coming together to save an important piece of musical history in Camrose.
A positively Artrageous program is in place for the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre’s second annual Cultivating the Arts Gala, to be held Feb. 25.
On Jan. 22 visitors to the University of Alberta Augustana Campus will have the chance to sample cuisine from all over the world.
The Ruby and gas station have recently been torn down but the mastermind behind the show about growing up on the Prairies is as popular as ever.
Film and music lovers rejoice! The Nordlys Film and Arts Festival returns for its eighth year from Feb. 17-19. A fresh lineup of award-winning films, guest filmmakers and musicians will grace the historic Bailey Theatre.