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Butler’s mystery up for two national awards

“Full Curl,” the first in a series by Dave Butler, has been shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis and Kobo writing awards

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Spring has Sprung: It’s the Season For Seuss

Wild Drama’s production of “Seussical” opens tonight, Thursday, May 10, runs through Sunday, May 13 at the Key City Theatre

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Testament set to testify in BC Interior for the first time

Bay Area Thrash-Metal Legends stoked to shatter Cranbrook

  • May 8, 2018

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At Mount Baker, Spring is the Season of Seuss

Wild Drama presents “Seussical,” the musical based on the works of the good doctor

  • May 3, 2018

Laurie Middle School presents “Beauty and the Beast”

No one’s gloomy or complaining when the flatware’s entertaining

CCT revives Neil Simon for final play of the season

“The Sunshine Boys” brings the spirit of vaudeville to the Cranbrook stage

Scott’s Diamond Forever celebrates retiring great

Neil Diamond tribute at St. Eugene a fundraiser for Parkinson’s; marks singer-songwriter’s announcement

Harry Manx brings the ‘Mysticssippi’ Sound to Key City Theatre

“Essential link” between the music of East and West, creating musical short stories that wed the tradition of the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas

Elk Hunt rocks again

Legendary Kimberley band reunites this Saturday

LMS presents a Tale As Old As Time

The Drama students of Laurie Middle School in Cranbrook are bringing ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to the stage this spring

  • Apr 10, 2018

Celtic Connection Coming To Cranbrook

How Riverdance revolutionized Irish dance and Irish music over 20 years

Cranbrook welcomes the Thrashpocalypse

Heavy metal monsters Anthrax and Testament play Western Financial Place May 18

Dawson Rutledge’s run at KMAs continues

Cranbrook singer-songwriter wins Artist of the Year at the Kootenay Music Awards

  • Mar 19, 2018