Join us tonight for this screening of Stonewall, the move about the movement that started it all for Gay Pride celebrations around the world. Doors open at 7 pm, admission by donation. All are welcome. There will be an opportunity for discussion following the movie! Presented by UR Pride as part of the 16 Days of Activism campaign.
Eileen Laverty was here for Culture Days in September and did a lovely solo set. Now she is bringing her full band to our little stage, and we couldn’t be happier! The Eileen Laverty Trio is actually going to be a quintuplet, as she has expanded her lineup to include Greg Hargarten on guitar, Downtown Jesse Brown on piano, Corey Hildebrand on bass guitar and Charles Dumont on drums. These are all stellar players…it is going to be an amazing concert. Tickets are $20 and must be purchased in advance. We are expecting this show to sell out, so don’t wait too long to get your tickets. And to make it an even better night, we’ve added Danny Goertz to the line-up.
On Thursday, November 17th, we present Winnipeg’s Jenny Berkel in concert, with special guest, Regina’s own Nick Faye. This is going to be a pretty special pairing of artists, and we hope you will brave the snowy weather to join us! Tickets are $10 at the door.
Songwriter Sunday! November 20, with Andy Shauf, Belle Plaine, Glenn Sutter, Tyler Gilbert and host Rebecca Lascue
After a very successful launch during October’s Culture Days, the Creative City Centre and Regina-based singer/songwriter Rebecca Lascue are gearing up for the second installment of our monthly Songwriter Sunday, featuring the talents of Andy Shauf, Belle Plaine, Glenn Sutter and Tyler Gilbert. There’s a $5 drop in fee, the doors open at 7:30 pm and the show will start at 8:00 sharp! These talents writers will share their songs and the stories behind them. At 9:30, the stage will open up to any songwriters in the audience who want to test their new material during our open mic session.
This is an incredible opportunity for people in Saskatchewan who are producing events, conferences, festivals, art fairs, or anything that has to do with large gatherings of people. Grey Cup events, curling events, agricultural events, fashion events, music festivals, craft shows….if you are doing any of these things, this is the workshop for you! Click on Regina 2011 to open the event brochure. The link to the registration form is on the brochure, but if you want to go there right now, here it is. The early bird registration has been extended to Friday, November 11!
The Hague Gallery is now sporting a new exhibit by Karlee D. Weisgerber. Her show will run from November 2 to November 28. The opening night reception is scheduled for Thursday, November 10 from 7 pm to 10 pm. Come meet the artist, and take in this vibrant display of works depicting the land of living skies! There is no admission charged to attend this opening night reception, and there will be a cash bar and some delicious food. If it’s still snowing, we’ll make some hot chocolate!
If you were lucky enough to catch Zachary Lucky at this year’s folk festival, then you know why we’re excited to have him perform at the Hague Gallery in the Creative City Centre. On Saturday, November 5th, Zachary Lucky is bringing his sweet tunes and the lovely Carly Maicher to our stage. Doors open at 8 pm, the music will start around 8:30. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. It’s going to be a lovely night of music you won’t want to miss.
The Terrible Film Festival is an annual event of student-made experimental 16mm films created through hand-processed chemical techniques as part of the Film 412 course at the University of Regina in the fall of 2011 taught by Professor Gerald Saul. Short films will be shown on screens, walls, or any other available surface: expect the unexpected. The event is free and open to everyone and will begin at 8:00 pm.