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.
Pointed toes and twitching tails carried ten-year-old Harley Shymanski and eleven-year-old Erin Lowe through a familiar winter wonderland in Ballet Victoria’s The Nutcracker at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Dec. 18.
It began with auditions back in July, followed by mastering the music in August and ramping up rehearsals in September. The Churchmice Players’ production of Mary Poppins, over 40 cast members strong, will grace the Lougheed Centre stage in eight performances spread over two weekends in February, 2017.
The École Camrose Composite High School Drama Players will make their debut at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Friday, Dec. 9, with a performance of Shakespeare’s acclaimed comedy Twelfth Night.
Fans of the theatre and Arthur Conan Doyle admirers alike will want to take in the University of Alberta Augustana Campus production of A Study in Scarlet Nov. 24-26.
This year the Grateful Grannies Christmas market will be held on Saturday, Nov. 26, from 12 – 4 p.m., once again at the beautiful and historic Bailey Theatre.
Staff and volunteers have been hard at work preparing for the Haunted Halloween Gala and After-Life Party at the Bailey Theatre Oct. 29.
This December, the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Centre will host its first professional performance of The Nutcracker by Ballet Victoria, delivering beautifully executed dance, brilliant costumes, complex choreography and a bit of humour.
An anime-styled mannequin welcomed guests outside the Kettle Bell entrance at the Bailey Theatre Oct.16 for the third annual Rose City Anime Festival.
The goal of Alberta Culture Days, which takes place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in communities across the province, is to make arts and culture accessible to the entire community.
Anyone looking for a family night out they can feel good about might want to venture out and take in The Superconscious Experience of Reveen at the Best Western Plus Camrose Resort and Casino Sept. 23.
The Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre’s classical music series will be getting off to a big start when the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra takes the stage Sept. 25.
The music department at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus is delighted to announce two exciting musical opportunities for those who love sing!
For anyone looking for ways to stay busy and indoors through the cooler fall evenings, the Camrose Public Library (CPL) has a variety of options for people of all ages, from toddlers to seniors.
For the first time since opening after its restoration five years ago, the Bailey Theatre has planned its entire season in advance, offering Camrose audiences a full line up of shows grouped into eight series stretching well into the New Year.