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According to Gordon McCall, artistic and executive director of the Lyric Theatre, even with the lifting of some sanctions on a provincial level, The Lyric Theatre will remain closed. Here is the letter sent out July 15"Update On The Lyric Theatre Re-OpeningWe want to take this opportunity to…

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The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), along with its member arts councils — including the Swift Current Allied Arts Council — announced July 13 the decision has been made to postpone all tour dates in the 2020/2021 Season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The Rosebud Homestage Tour is Rosebud Theatre’s “connection to you while shows are paused at the theatre. This is a new twist on a backstage tour, bringing you into the living rooms of artists connected with Rosebud to entertain you with bits of live music and theatre. Tune in every week to …

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The Esplanade will reopen on a limited basis and transit operations will begin to return to normal — including collecting of fees — on June 15, the City announced on Tuesday during a regular update to the media on pandemic response.

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Swift Current musician Glenna Switzer hosted a musical event on the front lawn of her home that brought performers of all ages together while still staying six feet apart in adherence to the COVID-19 physical distancing measures.

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In these current times of physical distancing, new ways of trying to connect are happening — this includes fundraisers. The Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta has partnered in with a larger event and looks to raise some much needed funds for the southeast.

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As of March 26th, Lyric Theatre Artistic and Executive Director, Gordon McCall, wishes to announce that The Lyric Theatre’s  GREAT SOUTHWEST SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL is suspending production operations until the summer of 2021, when it is hoped that the Coronavirus threat will have subsided enou…

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After thirteen years, Susan Burrows-Johnson is retiring from her position as CEO/Executive Director of the Galt Museum & Archives and Fort Whoop-Up. It was announced March 26.

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The Canalta Centre team is working hard to provide refunds to our patrons and communicate the necessary information to streamline the process easily and effectively. Please read below for information on postponed or cancelled shows. 

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As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to make its way across the nation, the “Taste of the Arts” fundraiser on March 28 has been postponed until further notice. 

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The second season of the Lyric Theatre’s Sparks in the Dark play series will end on a high note with the world premiere of a new play by Swift Current playwright Wendy Lockman.

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Canalta Centre in Medicine Hat is proud to present The Robb Nash Project coming to Canalta Centre March 12 at 10:30 am. The Robb Nash Project is an immersive concert experience that engages young people through the power of music and storytelling.

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VOCAL PROWESS: ViVA Trio, an award-winning classical crossover group from Toronto, showcased their vocal prowess during a Swift Current Arts Council Stars for Saskatchewan concert at the Living Sky Casino, Feb. 3.

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Swift Current children’s book author Jessica Williams has written a colourful new story for young children that touches on the issues of inclusion and empathy, and learning not to make assumptions about the abilities of others.

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Blenders Music welcomed back two-time Juno award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Hawksley Workman to Swift Current, Nov. 27.

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On Dec. 10, legendary Canadian performer Tom Jackson brings The Huron Carole “Path to a Miracle” to the Esplanade Stage in Medicine Hat and at the Lyric Theatre in Swift Current Dec. 11. The Huron Carole “Path to a Miracle” is a seasonal music tradition spanning more than three decades touri…