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Cirque du Soleil is coming to PRINCE GEORGE with a brand-new arena creation. Cirque du Soleil’s CRYSTAL, explores the artistic limits of ice for the first time in the company’s 33-year history. This unique production pushes boundaries of performance by combining stunning skating and acrobatic feats that defy the imagination. CRYSTAL will perform at the CN CENTRE for 7 performances only, APRIL 25 to 29, 2018.
Tickets start at $35 for adults, $28 for children.
Wednesday, April 25: 7:30pm
Thursday, April 26: 7:30pm
Friday, April 27: 7:30pm
Saturday, April 28: 4:00pm and 7:30pm
Sunday, April 29: 1:30pm and 5:00pm
SacredSoulDance: Conscious Dance
is an event for every body with awesome music of all genres to inspire you to get you out of your mind into your body.
This dance is best suited for adults. No previous dance training required, just a willingness to move and explore your authentic movement.
Sacredsouldance intends to facilitate free conscious movements with rhythmic music in a safe, shoe- and drug free space. It offers a space for the joy of movement and potential physical and mental rebalancing and reconnecting ourselves on different levels.
Dance as one traditional human form of meditation, ceremony and ritual can contribute to a shift in consciousness. Surrender to the music and our movements, our hearts and spirit guides us.
We start at 6 pm, but need some time before for intro and organization if you come the first time.
Drug and shoe free dance. Bring water bottle, comfy clothes, prepare to sweat!
Conscious dance, health promotion, wave, rhythm, joy of movement, stress relief, exercise, rebalance, reconnect, body mind spirit, community , embodied authenticity, stress relieve, inner healer, exercise, creative playfulness of movement
Suggested Donation 10 -15 $
From the comedic crew that brings you your healthy dose of Improv Shmimprov comes a NEW laugh-tastic event: Fluster Cluck!! What the cluck is that, you ask??
Imagine that Jeopardy and The Debaters had a twisted love child...imagine it...imaaagine it...now get your mind back out of the gutter!!
It's Prince George's BEST live-action comedy game show! Featuring a talented cast of comics: Dustin Lyne, Eve Ghostkeeper, Virginia O'dine and Stephen St Laurent!
Watch skilled comedians go head to head, battling to answer the Game Master's questions and get the most laughs from the crowd. Who will win?? The audience, of course!
If you've been wanting to check out Sonar Comedy and NightClub, this is the perfect chance!
Tickets are available at the door.
Adult refreshments and food!
This 4 session class will begin with mugs and then move onto teaching more hand built clay pieces. Come and learn the joy of making some pottery without the challenge of the wheel. $147 plus tax includes all materials. Register online at carlsonpottery.com/classes.
Tuesday-Saturday performances begin at 8pm. Matinees on Saturday and Sunday begin at 2pm.
After losing their free-spirited mother in a freak accident involving a large drag queen named Pina Colada, brothers Kyle and Hamilton Best have to find a way to work together to make the final arrangements. Polar opposites, Hamilton and Kyle are hampered by past resentments and the age-old sibling-rivalry question “Who did Mom love best?”
In this 2012 hysterical comedy by famed Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor (whose play How it Works was one of TNW’s best attended shows!) two brothers reunite to gain a better understanding regarding their relationship with her, each other, and the family dog. A play for anyone who has had a mother, brother, or dog!
Dance North Ballroom & Social Dance
7:30 every Wed & Fri - drop-in fee $5
Anyone welcome to drop-in anytime
Every Friday evening from 7pm-9pm in our Bistro we highlight a live performer. Our intimate venue provides the perfect place for exclusively acoustic music that showcases PG's talent. Stay tuned on our Social Media for weekly announces of who will be taking the stage!
Join a friend, pal or BFF to learn the basics of throwing a clay pot on the wheel. We provide all the materials and instruction. You choose your best piece and we will finish it. Cost is $99 for two people. Register and pay online at carlsonpottery.com/classes.
Rogers 'n' La Pointe present their band "Barbed Wire" at the Legion. Their first concert since the Harvest Fest last September, the night will be filled with classic rock, country, folk, and blues tunes, as well as original music ! Be sure to bring your dancing shoes.
$10.00 cover charge at the door.
Vanessa hit the Northern B.C. music scene after winning the 2015 Limelight Quest competition and hasn't looked back since. With a smooth tone that recalls classic folk, her music combines modern and classic country for an alternative take on old favourites alongside her own work.
Tickets 10$ in advance and 15$ at the door. Doors at 8 PM, show begins at 8:30 sharp (there are 3 bands, yo).
Tickets are online at https://tickets.centralinteriortickets.com/TheatreManager/1/login?event=216 and in person at Handsome Cabin Boy Tattoo.
ST and his band are on a Cross Canada tour! They are very pleased to be playing in the (ruggedly) handsome city of Prince George. The band has new feelings, fresh haircuts and a lust for life. There will be projections. As if this weren't enough, Sam will share the evening with the blood-spindling talents of Wallgrin & Blocktreat.
Concordia University of Edmonton’s Concert Choir heads on tour across the Rocky Mountains with a program that contemplates the wonders of creation across the expanse of a generous land, and sees the Creator in both the grandeur and the details. Selections range from Vivaldi’s classic Gloria to the insights of Albert Einstein as presented by Edmonton composer Trent Worthington, in a concert highlighting Canadian landscape and composers.
The Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Joy Berg, is part of the academic program at Concordia University of Edmonton. This mixed choral ensemble is comprised of 30 to 35 auditioned singers of university age from various disciplines and interests.
What is “new” about this series of chamber concerts is the style in which you can enjoy listening to an expanded Core of musicians perhaps playing a little pops or jazz mixed in with beautiful classics. Enjoy a glass of spirit and appetizers in a social setting while listening to our musicians up close and personal in a casual setting. Perhaps you would like to add to your evening by having a specially priced dinner at the Ramada prior to the concert or if you’re from out of town, enjoy a special concert night reduced rate at the hotel. A wonderful social evening awaits you!
The Raqqaset Al Qamar Dancers are hosting the “Waning Moon Cabaret” on May 4, 2018 at the Columbus Hall, located at 7201 Domano Boulevard. This special evening of dance will be a fundraiser, with proceeds going to the Prince George Humane Society.
The event will include a Mediterranean –themed dinner at 7 pm, with both vegan and meat options, followed by a gala international dance show, including performances by Bollywood dancer Barkha Banger, Ukranian dance group Yalenka Dancers, tribal fusion and American Tribal Style dance by Amanita Middle Eastern Dance, flamenco by Pena Gitana, and pow wow dance from the Peters family.
This is a licensed event, with shuttle service available.
Tickets for the evening are available for $45 each from Books and Company.
Nove Voce will be performing music by the greatest classical composers, from Mozart and Puccini to the great modern composers like Whitacre, and Canadian greats like Godfrey Ridout.
We will be joined by Erika Skowron on English Horn and Oboe, Jose Delgado-Guevara on Violin and Maureen Nielsen on Piano.
Tickets $20 at Books and Company or at the door.
Join us for an evening of art and music in support of Unist'ot'en camp! This event is for all ages. Cover is by donation and no one will be turned away.
Open call for 6X6 inch submissions in any medium
Calling all student artists, emerging artists and professionals alike!
Non juried show ~ everyone welcome!
Three submission maximum per artist.
Sales are split 50/50 between artist and CAC
Please email your submission interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Art intake May 4th & 5th at Studio 2880 11am-5pm.
All unsold art will be returned to artist for pick up by artist.
Please ensure that all work is prepared properly for hanging upon delivery. All canvass edges must be either finished or framed.
All art work must be submitted with contact information on the back.
6X6 canvas and 6X6 panel can be purchased at Ridgeside Art 1127 3rd Ave ~ Artist discount available.
Opening Reception Friday, May 11th, 7 pm - tickets available at Studio 2880
Omineca Arts Centre, 1119 3rd Avenue
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