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Film competition

From Away is a film competition for Atlantic Canadian post-secondary students produced by the Atlant [ ... ]

Saturday art classes

The next session begins April 22 for Saturday art classes for children ages 4–12 at Confederation  [ ... ]

The Salesman

The Salesman

March 27–April 1
City Cinema

PG, mature theme, language may offend
Dir: Asghar Farhadi, Iran, 125 min. Shahab Hosseini, Taraneh Alidoosti, Babak Karimi. In Persian with English subtitles. Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, Cannes Winner for Best Actor & Screenplay

“People of Earth: If you’ve never seen a movie by Asghar Farhadi, please, why not treat yourself? The 44-year-old
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Colonel Gray Art Show

March 29 (Opening)–April 9
Gallery @ The Guild

Colonel Gray High Studio 10 invites everyone to visit and enjoy a varied display of artwork, including paintings, drawings, printmaking and photographs. These original student artworks, produced by CGHS’s grade 10 art classes and IB Visual Art classes, will be on display at The Guild, Charlottetown, from March 29 to April 9. A special invitation is
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North Shore Players: Sinners by Norm Foster

North Shore Players: Sinners by Norm Foster

March 29–April 1
Watermark Theatre

The North Shore Players presents Sinners by Norm Foster at the Watermark Theatre in North Rustico. This not-for-profit community theatre group began in 2015 with a production of A Christmas Carol which was reprised in 2016. Both productions were met with great success and the group decided to branch out into other seasons. 

Sinners is a comedy of love, death
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Eptek Lunch Time Film Series

Thursdays
Eptek Centre

The weekly Friends of Eptek Lunch Time Films continue on Thursdays at noon to the end of April. The annual pot luck luncheon will be held at the April 27 screening.

March 30: America’s Most Scenic Drives: From Maine to Key West (56 min);
April 6: Rudy Maxa’s Exotic Places: Thailand (84 min) distributed by Questar;
April 13: National Geographic Presents: Jerusalem (43 min)
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Winter’s Tales Reading Series

Winter’s Tales Reading Series
Meags Fitzgerald at Charlottetown Rural

March 31
Charlottetown Rural

Meags Fitzgerald is a Montreal-based graphic novelist and memoirist, comic book artist, illustrator, story-teller, and improv comedian. She will give a public presentation of her work at Charlottetown Rural High School on March 31, from 1:50 to 3:15 pm. Please do not park in front of the school, where buses will be arriving.

Fitzgerald’s
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I, Daniel Blake

 I, Daniel Blake

March 31–April 4
City Cinema

14A, course language, disturbing content
Dir: Ken Loach, UK, 100 min. Dave Johns, Hayley Squires, Dylan McKiernan. BAFTA Winner, Outstanding British Film of the Year; Cannes Winner, Palme d’Or

“British director Ken Loach’s sympathies have always been with working people. He’s spent the past 50 years training his camera on the sort of folks who don’t get close-ups in a
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BOOM!

BOOM!
Theatrical production chronicles the years 1945–1970 

March 31
Homburg Theatre

Coming to the Homburg Theatre in Charlottetown is a theatre experience about the music, culture, and politics that shaped the Baby Boom generation. Following the final stage of theatre renovations, Confederation Centre reopens the mainstage for BOOM!, presented March 31 at 7:30 pm.

After a run of 300 shows in 2015
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UPEI Wind Symphony finale

UPEI Wind Symphony finale

March 31
Park Royal United Church

The UPEI Wind Symphony will perform its final recital of the academic year on March 31, at 7:30 pm at Park Royal United Church in Charlottetown.

This recital will feature contemporary works for the modern wind band, with several masterworks of the genre. The program will open with a fanfare, Through the Looking Glass, by the American composer Jess Turner. Another
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Some Upcoming Events

Ark art exhibit

“Living lightly on the earth” explores Building the Ark for PEI, 1974–76 Until April 30
Confed [ ... ]

A Carriage House Concert

April 9
Beaconsfield Carriage House Beaconsfield Historic House will present A Carriage House Concer [ ... ]

Myron's Dance Party

April 8
Eastlink Centre The biggest retro dance party will hit PEI April 8, back for its 4th insta [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Servant of Song

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Legal community undertakes cultural comp...

The Law Society of P.E.I. is collaborating with the Mi'kmaq community in response to the Truth and R [ ... ]