The event will take place at the EVENT SPACE at Fort View Golf Course. Tickets are available through King’s Theatre.
Leslee’s pick of Scotches includes:
- Bowmore Darkest Sherry Cask 15YO
- Hazelburn 12YO
- Glenlivet Nadurra First Fill
- Glencadam 15YO
- Ardbeg Uigeadail
- Macallan Double Cask Gold
TICKETS are $60 each (or $30 without the scotch-tasting)
Space is limited so be sure to get yours in advance!!
This is a fundraiser for King’s Theatre.
Online ticket sales for this event are closed.
Join us for an afternoon of Film, Music and Live dancing with Halifax’s beloved viral dance sensations, the Bhangra Boys! Watch Behind the Bhangra Boys, a new documentary film inspired by their joyous approach to activism, created by local filmmaker and photographer Nance Ackerman in collaboration with the Maritime Bhangra Group. Then experience the Bhangra Boys live on stage. Wear your sneakers and join them for a one-of-a-kind live dance experience! Nance Ackerman and three of the Bhangra Boys will be present. This is an ADMISSION BY DONATION event. Proceeds will be donated to support local action on Climate Change.
Attention all Musicians!! You are invite to a FREE Workshop on Monday February 17 at 2:00pm on the King’s Theatre Stage with the PROTEUS SAXOPHONE QUARTET. Join this illustrious ensemble of professional musicians for a workshop where you’ll get to fine tune the art of playing together and learn tips from the pros.
This workshop is FREE, but please pre-register with the King’s Theatre Box Office so we can plan accordingly. And a special bonus, workshop participants will be eligible for a special 2 for 1 ticket deal for the Proteus Ensemble’s concert at King’s on Sunday February 16!!
Give us a call at 902-532-7704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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FREE MOVIE IN CELEBRATION OF AFRICAN HERITAGE MONTH
Black Panther is a gorgeous, groundbreaking celebration of black culture
Marvel’s Black Panther is a cultural phenomenon, a historic box office success that’s brought in rave reviews and sparked conversation all over social media and traditional media alike. There are no signs of the excitement abating, either, as the conversation about the film has evolved from discussions about the importance of representation into something grander: a rather groundbreaking celebration of black culture.
With an all-star collection of majority black talent both in front of and behind the camera, Black Panther, under the direction of Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station, Creed), is about more than the latest superhero’s journey; it’s also about black culture’s journey, and it points toward a future where it could be the culture. It acknowledges and celebrates everything from traditional African society to African-American political debates, from the power and beauty of black women to the preservation of identity, all within the lush confines of the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
All told, Black Panther’s greatest legacy may not be what it’s done for Marvel, Hollywood, or box office records, but what it’s done for the culture. In Wakanda, which offers much to marvel at for audiences of all backgrounds, black viewers in particular have found a cultural oasis that feels like nothing we’ve seen before. — Vox
Admission: FREE FOR ALL
Doors open 45 minutes before showtime. General admission seating.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR
Thank you to our community movie partners Annapolis Home Hardware and Tripp’s Gallery.
Tickets $25: 902-376-2072
Hold Mommy’s Cigarette is an autobiographical one woman show that shares Shelley’s intimate journey through mental illness, the suicide of her father, her own suicide attempt and the effects that have lingered throughout her life. Shelley invites you to enjoy her performance with an open mind and perhaps you’ll leave with a fuller heart.
Join us for an afternoon of art, music, words, and film in celebration of the extraordinary and much-beloved local artist and writer, GEOFF BUTLER, RCA.
The event includes a screening of the new documentary about Geoff by local filmmaker DEVIN FRASER called OFF THE BEATEN PATH, as well a short piece about Geoff by local filmmaker TIM WILSON.
We’ll also be presenting Geoff live on stage with readings from his new book of poetry called LULLABIES FOR SENIORS, followed Lullabies in song with local musicians under the direction of the great NOELLE LUCAS.
This event will also open an new exhibition of Geoff’s art in the lobby of King’s Theatre.
And the celebration may even include some Newfoundland delectable to eat and drink…
Don’t miss this very special event! Admission by donation.