Kamloops’ own Tumbleweed Toys will be one of hundreds of
retailers across North America celebrating Neighbourhood Toy Store Day on November 10, 2018.
Spearheaded by the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA), the annual observance asks shoppers to remember the neighbourhood toy stores in their communities as they kick off the holiday shopping season. Scheduled ahead of Black Friday, Small Continue reading Shop Local and Celebrate Neighbourhood Toy Store Day November 10
They’re back! Some of WCT’s favourite artists are returning for ELF–The Musical, as part of one of our largest casts to shine on the Sagebrush stage!
Shown above are WCT Alumni in samples of their work, left to right: Sheldon Bergstrom(Buddy–The Buddy Holly Story(coming in February)), Quentin Clark (Mary Poppins), Alexander Ward (Million Dollar Quartet), Kirk Smith (Seussical), Tracey Power (Playwright, GLORY), Christopher Weddell (A Christmas Carol), and Scott Bellis (Educating Rita). Continue reading WCT favourites back for ELF–The Musical
Join us for a special Halloween themed concert filled with music of the supernatural and occult at A Dark And Scary Night. There are two performances of this concert; Friday, October 26, and Saturday, October 27, at 7:30 pm in Sagebrush Theatre.
The festival of Halloween has ancient roots and was an occasion when, among other things, people believed that the boundaries separating the living and the dead became unclear, when the unsettled dead might appear briefly in our world again—and quite possibly cause trouble. That possibility frightens us deeply, so, in a way, Halloween has become a celebration of all those things that “scare” us: the ghostly, the violent, the demonic, as well as those less tangible, often unnameable fears that reside within. That is what A Dark And Scary Night celebrates too—music, both traditional and contemporary, that skillfully evokes some of those many shades of our fears.
Highlights of the spine-chilling concert include Mussorgsky’s A Night on Bald Mountain, Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King, Saint- Continue reading Spooky Music For Halloween
A FREE week-long video art exhibition, Luminocity showcases video projects by artists from across the country in unexpected public spaces throughout the downtown core of Kamloops and is presented every two years.Luminocity is coming to Kamloops audiences again this fall, October 12 to 20.
As an off-site Kamloops Art Gallery initiative, Luminocity embraces new creative concepts and modes of expression in the media arts field and brings recent video projects previously shown primarily in gallery settings to the outdoors.
Inspired by popular public art events such as Nuit Blanche that take over major cities like Toronto and Montréal, Luminocity transforms Continue reading LUMINOCITY
The 2018-2019 season kicks off with New Perspectives on Friday, September 28 at 7:30 pm in Sagebrush Theatre, and Saturday, September 29 at 7:30 pm in The Nexus at First in Salmon Arm. Music director Dina Gilbert has described the season as “a celebration of the people and traditions that give Kamloops its special flavour,” and New Perspectives opens with a work of exceptional beauty composed by Kamloops native Stacey Brown.
Also on the program is Robert Schumann’s enigmatic cello concerto, and Jean Sibelius’ great second symphony, which the composer famously dubbed “a confession of the soul.”
Joining the KSO as guest artist is cellist Anna Burden. An avid performer, she has performed extensively throughout the United States, as a soloist with the Peninsula Music Festival Orchestra, the Continue reading Exceptionally beautiful music that will change your perspective