Shaunavon Arts Council
Series Tickets Available at Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre
Single ticket prices at the door:
12 & under: $3.00
2013/2014 Stars for Saskatchewan Series
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 7:30 Plaza Theatre
Like Father, Like Son? Sorry.
Written and performed by Chris Gibbs...
Veteran one-man show creator Chris Gibbs returns with a show that playfully explores the fears, worries and surprises of being a new father, and the absolute terror of wanting to be a good one. Like Father, Like Son? Sorry has been performed to rave reviews and sell-out houses across the country.
British-born comedian Chris Gibbs is best-known for the hit, award winning, one-man comedy shows with which he tours Canada’s theatre and comedy festivals. He started performing as a comedian on the street in London’s Covent Garden, and has since played in comedy clubs and festivals all over the world. www.chrisgibbs.ca
Friday, November 29, 2013 7:30 pm Plaza Theatre
Playing songs from his current album Show ‘em Who’s Voss as well as material from his first record "Hillbilly Storybook" JJ Voss covers a wide range of topics in his show. Socially conscious, relevant topics woven into an energetic performance. JJ’s 20 plus years of live performance experience is unmistakable. JJ leaves his heart out on the stage during every show. You’re in for a treat!
March 19, 2014 7:30 pm Centre Street United Church
Infinitus consists of three award-winning musicians from Canada and the United States. Formed in 2002, their accomplishments to date include winning the Grand Prize at the Friends of Chamber Music Competition in Vancouver. The group has been broadcast on CBC Radio Two, and make regular appearances with the Sonic Boom Festival, Vancouver Chamber Players, and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. They have toured dozens of community venues and theatres in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, the Pacific Northwest, and have performed in hundreds of elementary and high schools across the country.
Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys
April 22, 2014 7.30 PM Plaza Theatre
Hailing from Prince Edward Island, the award-winning Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys serve up old-time roots music with an energy level that practically yanks you out of your seat by the collar. If ever someone was deserving of the nickname “Crazy Legs”, it just might be Gordie MacKeeman. His thrilling dance style mixed with great bluegrass vocals, Peter Cann’s blistering guitar solos, and the lively multi-instrumental talents of Thomas Webb and Mark Geddes, and Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys are a complete entertainment package.