The husband-and-wife duo of Simon Irving and Janice Beninger return to Barrie next week for a collaborative concert of piano and organ music.
Local singer-songwriter Dani Strong plays the main stage at the Boots and Hearts Festival this weekend.
The City of Barrie Theatres presents Adrian Marchuk’s latest show, Over the Rainbow: The Harold Arlen Story, this month.
Paul Rezaie took the death of his 12-year-old dog and decided life was too short not to follow his passion.
Louis Lefaive returns to Barrie for a solo concert of jazz favourites next week.
What’s fun, entertaining and inspirational at the same time?
Members of the On Stage Performance Group are seeking actors and backstage crew of all ages and experience to be part of their upcoming pantomime Cinderella 2: The Sisters Strike Back, which will run Nov. 8-12 at the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts in downtown Barrie.
Jupiter Hollow takes to the road this summer in support of their debut EP, Odyssey.
Norman Reintamm returns to Barrie as a trio with the same two musicians audiences enjoyed at last year’s Music at St. Andrews concert.
This trio has ‘bats in their belfry’ and they like it.
Old wives tales, every family has them.
It’s been a long time coming, but Barrie’s Brett Caswell has recorded his first new song in seven years.
Summer means a lot of things to a lot of people, but if you’re a fan of the King, you know what’s coming.
Jason Parsons of the band USS gets some vocal help from 11-year-old Xander Nicholls during the Barrie stop of the ONtour concert series celebrating Ontario’s 150th anniversary on Sunday.
Silhouetted in one of the MacLaren Art Centre’s iconic windows, Alison Burdecki strolls through the Carnegie Room while viewing the works of abstract artist Jaime Angelopoulos.
Oh Susanna, also known as Suzie Ungerleider, an award-winning singer songwriter with eight albums to her credit, revisits her rebellious youth with her latest record, A Girl In Teen City.
Ontario marks Canada’s 150th anniversary with a series of free concerts showcasing the province’s top musical acts.
Scott Woods returns to Barrie with a new show to help raise money for Westminster Presbyterian Church.
When Diana Ross comes to Casino Rama later this month, it will be a family affair.