Pride in Colour: A 2SLGBTQIA+ BIPOC Open Mic

August 2 in the Second Space
Doors at 6:30PM, event at 7:00PM
This is a free event
Join us in celebrating and uplifting diverse voices at our upcoming event, “Pride in Colour: A 2SLGBTQIA+ BIPOC Open Mic”!
Are you a racialized 2SLGBTQIA+ artist eager to showcase your talent? We invite you to share your art with us! Whether […]

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Open Film Festival 2024

August 3 at 6:00PM
Free admission

Open Film Festival is an event where films from African filmmakers and Canadian filmmakers are screened.

Donations will be accepted at the door. 

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incendie

August 15 at 7:00 PM
August 16 at 7:00 PM
August 17 at 7:00 PM

General: $36.50
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 incendie is a contemporary dance work that delves into the profound journey of three artists as they navigate the complexities of the creative process. The work will explore themes of self doubt, resilience, and the transformative nature of art. […]

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Dana Puddicombe presents: Improv Salon

July 13
Class 6:00PM/Salon 7:30PM in the Second Space
Donations will be accepted at the door

 
IMPROV SALON is an opportunity for improvisers to experiment with longform improv forms, such as montages, Harolds, Armandos, etc. It is also an opportunity for newer improvisers to learn and practice in a warm environment. Also a way for improvisers to mix n’ […]

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Suspense! The Visitor

July 11th at 7:00PM in the Second Space
PWYC at the door

Join participants of Power Productions Stage Access Workshop for a staged reading of the 1947 classic radio program Suspense! The Visitor.

In Suspense! The Visitor, a young boy who was thought dead returns home. Or does he? A great story with twists and turns and […]

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Sound Symposium XXI

July 16-23
General: $35.00
Student/Senior: $30.00
Children (16 and under): $10.00
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Sound Symposium XXI: July 16-24th, 2024. Artists, musicians, scientists, and sound enthusiasts from around the globe convene in St. John’s to participate in a community of innovation and creativity. The 9 days and nights of the event are filled with extraordinary music, dance, […]

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Late Night with Curtis Andrews and Raman Kalyan

August 8 at 9:00 PM
General: $35
Student/Senior: $25
Child (when accompanied by an adult): $6.50
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The Tuckamore Festival is proud to present a concert of Carnatic music – the art music of South India! Join us on Thursday, August 8th for an evening of performances by Raman Kalyan (flute) and Curtis Andrews (mridangam).

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Blackout

June 21 at 6:30 PM
General: $25.00
Senior/Student: $20.00
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Blackout: A coming-of-age musical that delves into the lives of high school students grappling with LGBTQ identity and homophobia. Follow the journey of Chris and his friends as they navigate the complexities of self-acceptance and prejudice, set against a backdrop of catchy tunes and heartfelt storytelling. […]

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The Arch Method presents: Scandal in the Suburbs

June 28 at 7:00 PM
June 28 at 9:30 PM
June 29 at 7:00 PM
June 29 at 9:30 PM
18+

General: $39.00
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In a small suburb, just like any other suburb, a short trip from any major city you’ll find a tight-knit group of friends. Each with their own unique personalities – but they are all poised, […]

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Three Promises and others: True stories about roots, survival, and legacy

June 15 at 1:00 PM
Pay What You Can
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In the Whiteness

DIRECTOR: Niya Abdullahi • Ontario • 4 minutes

In the Whiteness is a poetic exploration of language, land, and identity through the eyes of a Harari-Ethiopian woman displaced by war. Now living in Canada, she uses poetry and movement as a meditative method to […]

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