A review of the Canadian pianist’s performance with the Victoria Symphony On Oct. 27, Monsieur Laplante wasted no time as he walked onto Royal Theatre’s stage, warmly greeting guest conductor Alain Trudel and concertmaster Terence Tam before turning towards the audience to acknowledge our applause. We had been warmed up to hear Laplante perform in… Read more »
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Tom McBeath plays Ebeneezer Scrooge in The Belfry’s imagining of A Christmas Carol. Photo provided (David Cooper). The Belfry’s A Christmas Carol encapsulates the true feelings of Christmas, of which there are many. The ensemble cast of 14 whisks audience members through a myriad of emotions felt during the festive time, including the usual suspects… Read more »
Respected eatery and performance space searches for new space after six years
What you see on stage may not be what you expect based on their albums
NEW WESTMINSTER (CUP) — Social media is, for many, a necessary evil. Keeping up with study groups, long-distance friends or a too-busy social circle is close to impossible without online social resources.
My psychology professor once told my class that student drinking is the number one cause of failure at university. I know, I know — this statistic can’t possibly be referring to you. But I also know you’re reading this article right now.
Interactive theatre show reveals ghosts of the Plaza Hotel
Check out the Man and His Dog Fashion Show on Dec. 5.
The homestretch has arrived. With only two weeks of classes remaining (or less, depending on when you pick up this edition of the Martlet), there’s reason to celebrate.
Flooded basement studios and tough crowds don’t faze Winnipeg hip-hop up-and-comers