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Hey Viola! the next Western Canada Theatre play

Hey Viola! the next Western Canada Theatre play

The production will be at Pavilion Theatre from April 21 to May 7
TRU theatre students to be showcased at Directors Festival

TRU theatre students to be showcased at Directors Festival

The festival runs from April 11 to April 16 and features two sets of nightly one-act plays
Music in the Park returns to Kamloops this summer

Music in the Park returns to Kamloops this summer

With the pandemic silencing the 2020 event and shortening it in 2021, the nightly concert series is ready for a full return to Riverside Park in July and August
New book looks back at the history of special education in Kamloops

New book looks back at the history of special education in Kamloops

A launch event for 'The Journey from Institution to Inclusion' will be held on April 5
Documentary focuses on women-run Indian newspaper

Documentary focuses on women-run Indian newspaper

'Writing With Fire' coming to the Paramount Theatre on March 31
Kim’s Convenience opens this week in Kamloops

Kim’s Convenience opens this week in Kamloops

The play was written in 2011 and is the basis for the hit CBC-TV show that followed. The play from Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre Company will be performed at Sagebrush Theatre from March 31 to April 9
Cirque du Soleil returning to Kamloops

Cirque du Soleil returning to Kamloops

There will be six performances from June 23 to June 26 at Sandman Centre downtown
Cirque du Soleil returning to Kamloops with 'Ovo' in June

Cirque du Soleil returning to Kamloops with 'Ovo' in June

Tickets for six performances, from June 23 to June 26, will go on sale starting April 4
Bilingual play from Vancouver's Neworld Theatre opens Friday

Bilingual play from Vancouver's Neworld Theatre opens Friday

Spanish/English play an intimate exploration of two women living different lives
Radio Edit: Music catalogue sell-offs still being driven by COVID-19

Radio Edit: Music catalogue sell-offs still being driven by COVID-19

Neil Diamond joined the ranks of Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon, Stevie Nicks and Neil Young when he sold off his music catalogue in February