The City of Kawartha Lakes invites youth to “Jump In & Express Yourself.”
If you are between the ages of 12 to 24 years, the city wants to hear from you. The Community Safety and Well-Being Plan Advisory Committee has identified four priority areas: mental health and addictions, poverty, housing and youth, and the Advisory Committee wants to hear from the youth of the Kawartha Lakes on these priorities.
Following a sold out run of Shirley Valentine, Globus Theatre now welcomes a multi-award-winning singer to be the star for their next show. Hailed “Canada’s Queen of Cabaret” by CTV’s eTalk, Gabi Epstein is a DORA award winner and one of Canada’s leading stage/cabaret performers.
It shouldn’t work.
Standup comedians have always been steadfast in the necessary surroundings to ply their art. Chief among that list: four walls and a ceiling – preferably a low one – and a small, sparse performance area.
More events coming up still available
The Grove Theatre is elated to announce their opening weekend of programming was a sold-out success. Patrons, donors, volunteers, and artists alike gathered at The Grove, located on the Fenelon Fairgrounds between Aug. 5-7.
Lindsay Little Theatre continues its longstanding tradition of nurturing the performing talents of Kawartha Lakes youth and adults through the remounting of a scene performance workshop “Kaleidoscope.”
With all Kawartha Art Gallery youth programming on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic safety protocols, what the future of the Gallery’s Summer Art Camp youth programming would look like was a concern for the gallery.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Kawartha Lakes – Haliburton with RBM Productions is excited to present two memorable concerts this summer, according to a media release.