Where else but Winnipeg could you sing along with a tap dancing porcupine, revisit a classic fairy tale, learn about acceptance and support the hungry and homeless by attending theatre for kids?
Think you’re a Jon Stewart fan? You’ve probably been using the term “fan” a little more loosely than Sharilyn Johnson.
The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is putting the spotlight on some very talented performers, writers and other dramatists until July 27.
Every second week in July, Winnipeg plays host to the largest and finest collection of roots musicians at what has become one of the premier entertainment events in North America.
What do you do on a very hot and humid July day in Winnipeg? Why not go to a Christmas concert featuring a handbell choir.
In its first show of the season, the much adored outdoor stage presents a heartfelt rendition of the songs and history surrounding this legendary country music diva.
Summer in Winnipeg just isn’t summer without the Red River Ex. Here’s how you and yours can best enjoy this tradition.
Table For 1200 highlights Winnipeg’s emerging design scene by bringing together architecture, design and culinary expertise in an entertaining and stimulating event.
This neighbourhood fest is a popular event where local artists are joined by many patrons gathered for workshops, performances and art shopping.
Lou Gramm, vocalist and main songwriter for Foreigner, still has the pipes to belt out the classic hits that fans are eager to chew up as quickly as the band can spit them out.