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Little Shop of Horrors
IT’S FUNNY HOW LOVE CAN GROW
Skid Row florist’s clerk Seymour Krelborn is too shy to declare his love for his co-worker Audrey – until a mysterious exotic plant brings him unexpected fame and fortune. There’s just one problem: the plant has ambitions of its own, and it thrives on only one food – human blood.
Birds of a Kind
TORN BETWEEN BLOOD AND BELONGING
Wahida, an Arab-American woman, and Eitan, a Jewish geneticist, fall in love in New York City. They travel together to Israel to meet Eitan’s estranged grandmother – who holds the key to a long-buried family secret. But it takes a terrorist bombing for that shattering secret to emerge.
DEATH OF A MARRIAGE, BIRTH OF AN ERA
Church and state collide when England’s king defies papal authority by seeking to divorce his wife, Katherine of Aragon. The consequences will be epochal for the country – and calamitous for the king’s adviser, Cardinal Wolsey, who has been playing a dangerous game of his own.
Wild and Sacred Places: An Exhibition of New Work by Top Canadian Artists
All Summer Long, Mountain Galleries East will be celebrating Summer New Arrivals by top Canadian Artists, and showcasing historic work from the Private Estate Inventory of the Late Doris McCarthy (1910-2010).
Featured Artists: Linda Wilder (AB), Brent Lynch (BC), Kate Taylor, (ON), Doria Mood (BC), Andrew Benyei (ON), Charlie Easton (BC), Bev Rodin (ON), Randy Hayashi (AB), Rod Prouse (ON), and MORE…
Making Animal Art using Coloured Pencils
This is an event in conjunction with Culture Days. I will talk about and demonstrate how coloured pencils can be used as a fine arts medium using animal reference photos. I will supply pencils and paper so that people can try to make their own art piece.
When: Sunday Sep. 29th, 2019
Where: Stratford Tourism Alliance, Stratford
Culture Days and SpringWorks ~ PuppetWorks! present Norwegian Tales
Family-friendly “Norwegian Tales” with puppets, storytelling and song. We invite you to discover or renew the joys of storytelling with puppets and music. Sarah Granskou and company, will present some of her tried and true tales with a few new characters and stories to keep you entertained.
Ages 3+ and accompaning adult.
Take your chances - Show up on the day and see what seats are still available OR you can RESERVE a ticket on-line for $0 today for ALL PuppetWorks! Scheduled Programming
Downton Abbey High Tea
We are ready to 'Spill the Tea' and talk ALL about the amazing Downton Abbey Movie.
Join us in your best Downton Abbey fashion and enjoy tea and tiers here at Revival House.
Gemstone Entertainment presents Karaoke Party!
No cover and must be 19 years or older.
Summer Exhibition at Agora Gallery
Agora Gallery's popular Summer Exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and photography by some of Stratford's finest artists, including: Marion Anderson, Susan Benson, Patsy Berton, Linda Brine, Tom Campbell, Allan Davey, Mary Anne Dente, Scott Fillier, Renata Fitzgerald, Luc Forsyth, Kathryn Friis, Jacob Grodzinski, Antony John, Paul Johnston, Gloria Kagawa, Chris Klein, Antonie Los, Tanya Lyons, Terry Manzo, John Pennoyer, Kathi Posliff, Stacey Stuart, Elizabeth Van Den Broeck, Lesley Walker-Fitzpatrick and more. The exhibition will evolve throughout the summer: as pieces are sold, new artworks will be put on display, so visit often to see more work by your favourite Stratford artists.
Join us Sundays @ 11am to hear exhibiting artists talk about their work.
Stratford's Slow Food Sunday Market
Featuring Perth County's local produce, meats, breads, cheese, coffee, pastries, preserves, prepared foods, handmade artisanal products, gluten free and vegan options. From May to mid-November, the market is outdoors. From mid-November to the end of April, the market is indoors.