Talk Is Free Theatre has done it again.
Susan Doolan, Special to Postmedia Network
The electro-indie rock pop band Beautiful Nothing is sleepwalking its way through Ontario.
In Hawkins (David) Johnston’s musical journey, this is the album of his life.
Catherine Robbin returns to Barrie next week with a variety-packed program, from opera to Broadway, along with a few art songs in English and French.
Calling all budding playwrights. There'll never be a better opportunity to have your work heard.
Double Experience, an Ottawa-based nerd band, has carved out unique niche with their video game-inspired songs, music videos, artwork, packaging and even collectable trading cards.
A new informal group called Just Sing begins next week in downtown Barrie.
Growing up in a musical family, it was pretty much a given that Nate Douglas would wind up doing the same.
Spend Family Day with the Mini Pop Kids.
The Fiends of Winter arrive in Barrie this week.
Isabella Carvalho is happy to be back with Kempenfelt Community Players (KCP) for another show, the Wizard of Oz.
Thomas Schadl will be bringing an eclectic program to Music at St. Andrew’s concert next week in Barrie.
The Sadies’ performance in Barrie on Friday night coincides with the release of the band’s latest album Northern Passages.
Mary Kenedi is celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary with a program of music by Canadian composers next week in Barrie.
What’s a woman to do when the ghost of her husband’s first wife shows up to create mayhem?
The February Blues Festival unfolds across the county starting today.
The Barrie Film Festival (BFF) takes the real in Reel Stories to another level.
A local hip-hop duo hits a high note Friday night, opening for T.I. at Liquid Chrome’s 14th anniversary concert party in downtown Barrie.
Marketa Ornova returns to Barrie next week to perform with Allison Angelo, a talented vocalist who can move with ease from the opera and concert stages to recitals.
Opera or pop rock?