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Drury Lane’s: The Last Resort

The Last Resort – May 2020
This musical comedy and murder mystery finds Nick, a restaurant owner on the run from the mob, hiding out in a rural Saskatchewan resort. He is accompanied by federal agent, Angela who is to ensure his safety. Upon arrival a threatening note is handed to Nick and it appears as though his whereabouts have been discovered. A ridiculous array of characters tries to deal with the fact there is a hit man among them!

Director – Aramenta Sobchak
Music Director – Trevor Price

Co-Producers: Katharine Mines-Costa and Katherine Kormos

Evenings 8:00 p.m.
May 8, 9, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Matinees 2:00 p.m.
May 17, 24, 31

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Drury Lane’s 40th Old Tyme Music Hall

40th Olde Tyme Music Hall – Feb-Mar 2020

Join our Marvelous Misters, Medolious Misses, and our distinguished Mr. Chairman as they present an amazing show that is bound to astound! Take a trip down memory lane with the most entertaining, comedic and touching moments of “Olde Tyme Music Hall” featuring some surprise guest artistes reprising some favourite numbers that span 4 decades. Booing and cheering are positively encouraged!

Directors/Choreographers – Caroline Clarke and Shelley Rennick
Music Director – Donna Dunn-Albert

Evenings 8:00 p.m.
February 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29
March 5, 6, 7

Matinees 2:00 p.m.
Februrary 16, 23
March 1, 8

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What’s Hot From Autumn 2019

Content from our Autumn 2019 issue is now available for free here on our website. Our cover story was Art Weaver’s beautiful and controversial (!) look at Niagara Glen Nature Reserve. See the Readers & Viewers section of Winter 2019-20 to see what all the fuss was about. We may even have lost a good
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Impressions of Glen Williams’ Canada Day 2019 by Chris Miller

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PhotoArt of Halton Hills 2019 Contest Winners

PhotoArt of Halton Hills has announced the winners of this year’s competition, the 40th year it’s been held. Children as well as adults were encouraged to submit photos in their categories. More than 200 selected photos were displayed at the Halton Hills Cultural Centre until the end of March.Here are the first-place winning photos. All
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Best of AutoShow

Our blogger, salesman and dedicated auto enthusiast Chris Miller shares his notes on the 2019 Canadian International AutoShow. Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) vehicles of the year had six competing, three SUVs and three cars, of which half were Korean. That says a lot for the south Asian country’s auto development. The winners were
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The Weird & Wonderful at the AutoShow

The 2019 Canadian International AutoShow opened on Feb. 15 and will run until Feb. 24 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. More info is at autoshow.ca. Here are some impressions from the show, by Mike Davis. The Jaguar I-Pace won the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) Utility Vehicle of the year award. It is
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Robert Bateman Returns to The Gallery Upstairs

This photo of Hedi Nowak, owner of The Gallery Upstairs, and world-famous artist Robert Bateman, was taken by Mike Davis on Bateman’s last visit to the gallery at 3 Mill St. in Milton. This Friday, Oct. 26, between 4 pm and 9 pm, you can meet Bateman at the gallery as he returns to meet
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Jody’s Views of Leathertown Festival

Here are some photographs taken by Jody van der Kwaak at her visit to Acton’s Leathertown Festival this summer. Enjoy her photo album! Are you in any of these photos? If you want copies of any of these, contact us.                      

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Georgetown’s 2018 Rock’n’Roll Classics

By Chris Miller The 19th annual Rock‘n’Roll Classics was held in downtown Georgetown on a beautiful summer evening on August 24. In all the years I have been to this show I think it was the largest display of classic cars they ever had. From the real oldies, to huge American beauties with giant wings
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