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  • March 13 - April 30, 2020
    Please be advised, under direction of the BC Provincial Health Office, all events in the near future have either been postponed or cancelled. Please see our What's On section for information regarding affected events. Patrons who have already purchased tickets to affected events, will be contacted by our box office to have their tickets transferred to the newly scheduled date. Or in the case of a cancelled event, to be provided with a refund. We ask for your patience, as this information has o
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  • Mar 13 - Apr 30, 2020
    Please be advised, under direction of the BC Provincial Health Office, all events in the near future have either been postponed or cancelled. Please see our What's On section for information regarding affected events. Patrons who have already purchased tickets to affected events, will be contacted by our box office to have their tickets transferred to the newly scheduled date. Or in the case of a cancelled event, to be provided with a refund. We ask for your patience, as this information has o
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  • May 1, 2020
    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the May 1st Ron James show is being postponed.  The intention is to announce a new date as soon as possible.  All tickets purchased for the May 1st  show will be honoured for the new date.  If a new date can’t be arranged, or you can’t attend the rescheduled performance, once the date is apparent, then a full refund will be processed.   We appreciate your patience while we work through this.             RON JAMES...FULL THROTTLE!  Award-winn
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  • May 8, 2020
    “Everything you never dreamt a mandolin could do… truly breathtaking in virtuosity and dedication.” – Haaretz on AvitalA striking duo: young Chilean conductor Paolo Bortolameolli meets Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital in a concert of energetic works inspired by the magic of Italy. Beethoven’s 8th is perhaps his most experimental symphony, written in a style that harkens back to earlier composers while barely concealing a radical restructuring of the symphonic form. Likewise, Giovanni Sol
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