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August 2002
Homespun Fun
Kitchen Cabaret

Review by Hilary Prince

For a fun-filled, family evening of music, story, and song, Margie Carmichael and Mark Haines entertain at the Kings Playhouse, Georgetown from July to September.

These two well-known singer-songwriter-musicians offer a fresh, humourous, and exciting evening that appeals to all ages right down to tiny tots who can dance in the aisles and challenge the champions

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August 2002
Shindig Jazz

The Thom's Experiment

by Hilary Prince

The Thoms' Experiment is a must for jazz buffs this summer. Ian Thoms on guitar, Chris Driscoll on drums, and Patrick Reid on upright bass played at the Lobster Trap, Shaws Hotel last month and give ongoing performances as part of the City Stages Festival on Victoria Row and Peakes Quay where you can catch Ian on Tuesdays to Sundays, 7:30 to l0:00 pm, Victoria

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November 2001
Comedy of a Certain Age
Menopositive The Musical

Review 
by Hilary Prince

How about hormone replacement therapy to flamenco music? Want to know the secret of keeping your man despite a sagging body and hot flashes? Would you believe parsley? Did you doubt women “of a certain age” can vamp, sing, dance, act, fool around with the energy of teenagers at a rage? Not if you’ve seen Menopositive The Musical, a delightful hit comedy extra

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November 2001
Life and Death on the Farm
Raining Cats & Daughters

Review by Hilary Prince

Margie Carmichael’s first play, Raining Cats & Daughters, opened with 10 performances in Nova Scotia and a single performance at Georgetown’s King’s Playhouse, PEI, to a packed house that brought the audience to its feet with calls for “author, author.”

This is a play “about death” according to Carmichael. However, it is also a play about family lif

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September 2001
Farewell

Ireland Meets Scotland

Review by Hilary Prince

The Celtic music and dance show, Ireland Meets Scotland, written and produced by Kevin Jeffrey, played at the BIS and Orwell Corner all summer. This "Celtic Fiddle & Dance Show" takes us back in time to Ireland in 1689 when Protestant forces landed in the north to subdue the Catholic forces of James II.

The Jeffrey twins, Colin and Tristan, set the

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August 2001
Putting on a Show
Westmoreland

Review by Hilary Prince

For a unique musical experience no need to visit the Grand Ole Opry, the Caribbean, or a jazz club in New Orleans. The newly formed show band, Westmoreland, performing until the end of August at The Millstream Barn, Brackley, has it all. Their fast-paced, high octane, theme-oriented performance covers a wide range including Path of the Hurricane: A Carribean Country

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August 2001
Spirits at Play

A Musical Tribute to L. M. Montgomery

Review by Hilary Prince

Hank Stinson, playwright and composer, and Heidi Jury-Giles, on piano and keyboard, present A Musical Tribute to L.M. Montgomery, at 8 pm every Thursday, until August 30, at Orwell Corner where there is absolutely no doubt Lucy Maud's spirit is alive and well, inspiring and nourishing the amazingly fruitful creativity of so many who live

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Hillsborough River Gospel Brunch

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at Watermark Theatre

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Ladies and GentlemAn

Holland College SOPA grads create comedy Thurs & Fri - until Aug 29
The Guild Off the Cuff Come ...

Celebration Zone

70-day free festival until Sept 7
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Acadian Harvest Festival

Sept 3 to Oct 2
Rustico The Acadian Harvest Festival takes place September 3 to 30 in Rustico. An ex ...

Some of What's New

Art Warrior

PEI’s Art Battle winner Jeff Kelly heads to Toronto to compete The series of Art Battles held thi ...

The Raven’s Sun

Catherine MacLellan Catherine’s latest full-lenghth recording The Raven’s Sun is scheduled for ...

Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

The family of Erica Rutherford has initiated a new endowment fund at Confederation Centre of the Art ...

A is for Applesauce

Julie Affleck
Illustrated by Alexander MacAdam A is for Applesauce written by Julie Affleck and illu ...

A new gallery in town

ART 146 opens to represent a new generation of artists A new art gallery, called ART 146, has opene ...