Barrie’s weekly comedy night, Laffy Taffy Tuesday, is expanding with a new Saturday night show featuring headliner Kenny Robinson this coming weekend.
Susan Doolan, Special to Postmedia Network
The life of a would-be king is fraught with peril.
Shaun Majumder returns to Barrie next week for a show at Georgian Theatre.
Am Shalom is hosting a special event, an evening of music and remembrance to coincide with Holocaust Remembrance Week.
Women truly do have the last laugh, especially in Barrie.
Ron Sexsmith returns to Barrie next weekend with a new album and show.
Choral students at Eastview Secondary School will be featuring some of the highlights from Festival Disney at next week’s Seniors Serenade concert.
Local youth have another opportunity to appear in a professional show at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene this summer.
Something odd is happening in Cookstown.
Julian Taylor comes full circle next week when he brings his band - the core musicians and a four-piece horn section - to downtown Barrie next week.
A bunch of Georgian College students take a walk on the wild side, through a few decades of post-secondary fashion.
The Reid Jamieson Band can appreciate the value of a free after-school music program for kids and they’re delighted to support it in Barrie.
The Barrie County Chordsmen marks 40 years with a style of singing that is enjoying a resurgence thanks to movies like Pitch Perfect and the Grammy Award-winning pop group Pentatonix, who catapulted to fame after winning the 2011 American television singing competition The Sing-Off.
Steve Winfield is in an Easter frame of mind.
The Emerald City undergoes a Barrie makeover in the St. Joseph’s Catholic High School production of The Wiz.
Joey Landreth marks his first Barrie appearance at next week’s Songwriter Series.
The Foggy Hogtown Boys are back in town next week, bringing their special brand of bluegrass music with them.
A former Barrie resident returns to the city this weekend for a book signing at Chapters.
The viola takes centre stage at the Huronia Symphony’s Spring Fanfare concert next weekend.
It’s been quite a few years since Lennie Gallant has performed in Barrie: two albums, one book, one sold-out hit show on his first foray into musical theatre and a Canadian Folk Music Award, solo artist of the year, for his recording Live Acoustic at The Carleton.