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Arts Alive with Andrew MacGregor

Next Thursday there will be a onetime performance of Invisible Prisons at Breakfast at Brittney's.

Next Thursday there will be a onetime performance of Invisible Prisons. The powerful piece is made up of 13 monologs about domestic abuse which have been collected and written by Joy Snihur Wyatt Laking and is directed by Kathy Legere.

Next Thursday there will be a onetime performance of Invisible Prisons. The powerful piece is made up of 13 monologs about domestic abuse which have been collected and written by Joy Snihur Wyatt Laking and is directed by Kathy Legere.

It will feature performances by Barb Bowes, Deb Ryan, Jeff Tees, Barb Sharples, Mark Raddin, Jenn Siddall, Trish Jardine, Stephanie Moreau, Hannah Legere, Veronican Trenholm, Terry Cove, Erin Lewis and Katherine Hatheway.

It will take place on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. at Breakfast at Brittney's.

Tickets are $20 and seating is limited so if you are interested in going reserve tickets by calling 667-1344.

Showcase Productions presentation of the musical Spamalot is on now and runs until Satuday at the Susan Taylor Theatre at Amherst Regional High School.

Spamalot will be take to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students and seniors, and available in advance at Buds to Blossoms on Victoria Street or at the Eastlink Store at the Amherst Centre.

The 32nd Annual Cumberland Health Care Foundation Highland Fling takes place tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. at the Amherst Curling Club.

Admission is 30 cents, or you can buy a fling button for $5, and be eligible to win one of the 30 prizes.

It runs until 2 pm.

On Sunday, there will be a Gospel Music Afternoon at the Upper Sackville United Church, at four corners from 2 until 4 p.m.

Special guests will include The Fiddling Carter Girls, Pick Of The Crop And Friends, and featuring For The Cross of Moncton.

There will be lots of musical talent with refreshments to follow. A good will offering will be taken.

For further information, contact Ernie Sears at 506-536-2314.

Tonight, Bella's Café is featuring Michelle Leblanc at 5:30 p.m. while Duncan's Pub is featuring Eric Frescia from 4 until 6 p.m. while Tony and Susan Robichaud take to the stage at 8 p.m.   

On Tuesday, Four Fathers Memorial Library hosts Twisted Stitchers from 6:30 until 8 p.m.

Anyone is invited to join the drop-in stitchery group, bring your project to work on at this monthly informal get-together. Knitting, crochet, embroidery, quilting and all other kinds of textile crafts are welcome.

Music at Trinity, the community concert series at Trinity-St. Stephen’s United Church, is presenting A Spring Choral Festival on Tuesday, May 13.

The Alberta professional choir ProCoro Canada features pure floating voices, remarkable intonation and the performance of a variety of choral music from Early Renaissance to the Avant-garde combine to create Pro Coro Canada, regarded as one of the country’s foremost professional chamber choirs. It was founded in 1980 by Alberta native Michel Marc Gervais, the choir was conceived in the Swedish choral tradition of Eric Ericson, emphasizing pure tone quality and carefully matched vowel production.

The concert time is 7:30 p.m. and tickets can be purchased from church choir members, and from the church office. The cost is $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and $10 for students.

Andrew MacGregor’s arts and culture column appears weekly in the Amherst News.

 

 

 

 

Organizations: Susan Taylor Theatre, Amherst Regional High School, Eastlink Store Amherst Centre Annual Cumberland Health Care Foundation Highland Fling Amherst Curling Club Upper Sackville United Church Amherst News

Geographic location: Victoria Street, Alberta, Moncton Canada

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