The 31st Annual Brandon Folk, Music & Art Festival was a big hit with fans young and old.
“People are becoming more involved in the cultural scene. In Winnipeg, I see people are more emotionally responsive to performers and openly show more appreciation for the dancers.”
Internationally acclaimed guitarist was featured in one of 30 free shows presented at Assiniboine Park’s Lyric Theatre this summer.
This year’s competition dedicated to Paul Lafrance whose battle with depression ended six weeks ago.
After three years of having its dock-to-dock bus service dry-docked because of adverse conditions, the Splash Dash Water Bus is back in service this summer.
Along with that guy with four-foot dreads, dinosaur people and bubble man, glow in the dark tutu hat lady embodies festival’s creative expression.
The enduring and deceptive niceness of knitting is a recurring theme throughout and links it to the changing perception and roles of women.
This play invites participation as audience members become students and teacher evaluators.
This award winning Off-Broadway play is an amusingly naughty and decidedly adult production that remains a crowd favourite for good reason.
Charming pantomime, clever puppetry, staging and music, make ‘Squirrel Stole My Underpants’ a treat for all ages.