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Local Indigenous talent and stories at centre of upcoming play

Local Indigenous talent and stories at centre of upcoming play

Echoes of the Homesick Heart, the latest from Western Canada Theatre, is seven years in the making and based on local Indigenous stories with a focus on language and culture
Symphony music school students to be showcased in concert

Symphony music school students to be showcased in concert

Proceeds from the annual concert will go toward the Peter Collins Memorial Fund
Elton John and Billy Joel tribute to be performed at Sagebrush

Elton John and Billy Joel tribute to be performed at Sagebrush

Tribute artist Ryan Langevin will perform both roles in June at the Sagebrush
Battle of Bands coming to downtown Kamloops

Battle of Bands coming to downtown Kamloops

The competition, sponsored by Kamloops Kia, will take place in the 200-block of Victoria Street on May 18, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Radio Edit: Was truth the first casualty in Russia's war on Ukraine?

Radio Edit: Was truth the first casualty in Russia's war on Ukraine?

Russia's crackdown on information is a familiar anti-democratic move
At Western Canada Theatre, they're off to see the Wizard of Oz

At Western Canada Theatre, they're off to see the Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz will run from Thursday, May 12, to Saturday, May 28, at Sagebrush Theatre, with a number of matinees and special events also planned during the long run
Hydra Festival enters the home stretch in Kamloops

Hydra Festival enters the home stretch in Kamloops

A number of shows are slated to hit the Effie Arts Collective stage through May 14
Documentary screening to explore link between residential schools and child welfare system

Documentary screening to explore link between residential schools and child welfare system

The film details the horrors of the past and looks at how Indigenous communities are taking back control
Pop-up film festival coming to Paramount Theatre in downtown Kamloops

Pop-up film festival coming to Paramount Theatre in downtown Kamloops

The May 20-21 festival, presented by the Vancouver International Film Festival, will screen four films and feature a workshop on smartphone movie-making
Library to host One Book, One Community event series

Library to host One Book, One Community event series

Michelle Good's debut novel Five Little Indians featured in inaugural One Book, One Community initiative