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Arts: Carroll and Rampersad to direct at Royal Shakespeare

Lezlie Wade Special to Niagara Now Shaw artistic director Tim Carroll and associate artistic director Kimberley Rampersad are having a stellar year. Attendance at the Shaw Festival is up, their joint production...

Arts: Celebrate Niagara’s creative spirit at Pumphouse arts festival

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre's annual festival, Art at the Pumphouse, is back this year and set for the first weekend of August, offering art enthusiasts a chance see how creativity thrives in Niagara, all while immersing themselves in the scenic beauty of the Niagara River's banks.

Travis Seetoo takes you behind ‘Roll of Shaw’ at next Learn & Live

The newest installment of Learn & Live at the NOTL Public Library will give attendees a look at a different side of the Shaw Festival.

‘Steeling’ the show: Classic cars a hit at Niagara Motors

Pete Zeppetella rolled into the Niagara Motors third-annual car show in Virgil on July 6 in a 71-year-old, half-finished, custom-made pickup and stole the show.

Arts review: Highs and lows in Shaw’s ‘Witness for the Prosecution’

"When truth is clearly evident, it speaks for itself." Agatha Christie, the world's best-selling novelist and Queen of Crime, leads us to seek the truth in a noir genre courtroom drama of justice, dislocation, love and betrayal.

Lake Report’s national award-winning magazine returns bigger than ever

The Lake Report’s national award-winning summer tourism guide is out on shelves across town.

Arts: Celebrate Pride Month with a visit to RiverBrink’s latest exhibition

In this new summer exhibition at RiverBrink Art Museum, artist Dianne Davis has transformed the second-floor interior space of the public art museum back to its time as a private home, of a sort.

A movie about movies: premier of local filmmaker’s work set for July

For the first time in Niagara, Niagara-on-the-Lake filmmaker Matt Finlin’s documentary "The Movie Man" will be shown to the public at a special viewing in town at Brockamour Manor on July 8.

Arts: Shaw Guild’s pressed flowers displays are inspired by ‘The Secret Garden’

Susan MacDonald Special to The Lake Report Imagine artwork made of pressed flowers that’s unveiled at the opening of the Shaw’s production of "The Secret Garden"...

Arts: Young stars lead the way for Music Niagara’s season opening

As they often say, it's the youth that will lead the way to tomorrow — and that happens to be the case for Music...

Arts: Books at the Barn returns to showcase NOTL authors

Paul Masson Special to The Lake Report Once again the Niagara-on-the-Lake Writers’ Circle will provide an opportunity to meet with local authors on the day of...

Shaw Festival’s portable night club returns this season

The Spiegeltent returns to the Shaw Festival grounds for another summer of anything-goes experiences. A portable nightclub famous throughout the Weimar Republic, the Spiegeltents, or...

Normandy invasion remembered in NOTL 80 years later

Niagara-on-the-Lake will be the site for a pair of events on June 6 and 7, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in...

Yellow Door Theatre is auditioning for a full season of shows

The Yellow Door Theatre Project is running things a bit differently this year— and needs your help to make it all happen. For the first...

Making romance a face-to-face affair again

The search for that intimate connection can take us to some interesting places — or it might keep us on the couch, thanks to...

Arts: Orchard of Dreams a magical evening at RiverBrink

Cassandra Cvitanovic Special to The Lake Report The RiverBrink Art Museum hosted a performance by DJ Marinko that was enjoyed by captivated patrons at the Orchard...

Celebrate May long weekend at the Virgil Stampede

One of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s most anticipated community celebrations of the year, the Virgil Stampede, is back in town starting this Saturday. Held at the Virgil Sports...

Shaw Festival to use federal money to promote human connections

Humans. There are more of us than ever, yet it seems like we're more disconnected than ever before. The internet, automated answering machines, ATMs, self-serve...

Arts: Edison Singers return for NOTL spring concert Sunday

The Edison Singers are returning to Niagara-on-the-Lake this weekend for a concert performance to help usher in spring. The title of the concert at St....

2024 Willowbank grads all working in heritage sector

The latest cohort of students from Willowbank's heritage conservation program graduated in a convocation ceremony on the weekend — and all 10 grads are...

Sam Roberts Band continues its Jackson-Triggs tradition

A familiar face will kick off Jackson-Triggs’ annual summer concert series in June. Sam Roberts Band will open the series with shows on June 7...

Wilson and Seeger bring ‘Taylor’ and ‘Pink’ to Corks

If you couldn’t get your hands on those Eras Tour tickets, Corks is bringing it to Niagara-on-the-Lake this weekend.  On Friday and Saturday, April 5...

Arts: Raise your gimlet for the Shaw at Shivaree on April 13

Arlyn Levy Special to The Lake Report  When guests arrive at the Shivaree, the annual fundraiser for the Shaw Festival, they’re traditionally greeted with a gimlet....

Arts: Music Niagara announces new chair ahead of summer fest

A new chief is stepping up to lead the way at Music Niagara for another season of celebrating Niagara's talented and passionate musicians. Paul Shelestowsky, a...

Arts: Singer brings impersonations to stage at Corks this Friday

Angela Seeger's 'What's in the trunk?' performance showcases some of your favourite stars   Angela Seeger got her start in musical theatre and formed her first...

Music Niagara hosts chamber choir at St. Mark’s

Music Niagara and St. Mark's Church are teaming up to present a performance from a chamber choir hailing from Western Canada. On Tuesday, March 26,...

Arts: NOTL songwriter releases first self-produced singles

Jenny Scott has been surrounded by music for her entire life.  “Well, my grandmother was a piano teacher, so growing up it was kind of...

Arts: Indigenous artist’s exhibition extended at RiverBrink

Debra Antoncic Special to The Lake Report A wonderful burst of colour awaits visitors in the exhibition "Samuel Thomas: New Beginnings," which has been extended until...

Arts: Whole school plays a role in annual Laura Secord musical

Lucy Hopkins Special to Niagara Now/The Lake Report Students at Laura Secord Secondary School are working 9 to 5 — or more — to prepare for...

Arts: Niagara artists showcased at Ontario Legislature

Works by artists Deborah Whitehouse of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Elaine Bryck of Fort Erie are now being featured in a special exhibition at the Ontario...

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