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Neptune stage will light up with Christmas classic

Neptune Theatre will stage its holiday-classic adaptation of Dickens’ a Christmas Carol, written and directed by artistic director Jeremy Webb and featuring Rhys Bevan-John as Ebenezer Scrooge. Dickens’ a Christmas Carol is a special presentation and not part of Neptune’s subscription season. It will run Nov. 24 to Dec. 27 in Fountain Hall; this is...

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Neptune Theatre postpones summer shows

Neptune Theatre has decided to postpone its summer series of productions: The Argyle Street Kitchen Party (August 4-30) and The Rocky Horror Show (July 14 -August 30) for the health and safety of its patrons and staff. “This was a difficult decision in terms of the impact on the theatre, the artists and crews, but...

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Holiday concert showcasing talents

Three Nova Scotian talents will showcase their gifts in a holiday concert on Dec. 23. Performers Brenna Conrad, Andrew Morrisey and Rachel O’Brien will be bringing their immense talents to New Glasgow at Shaun on Provost Street. Each performer is distinguished in their field and have entertained audiences around the world. The trio has performed...

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Williams sisters in world premiere of Grant’s The Bridge

There are some recognizable Pictou County faces in the world premiere production of former Halifax poet laureate Shauntay Grant’s play, The Bridge, which is now playing at Neptune Theatre in Halifax. Well known New Glasgow sisters Murleta Williams and Charla Williams both play choristers and Murleta is also musical director. Murleta explains of the play,...

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