The Play: Hamish, a comedy by award-winning Canadian playwright Michael Grant, is the hilarious story about discovering the spirit of family in more ways than one. When his wife takes him to Scotland to visit his ancestral home, Gordon believes himself to be an orphan. An ambitious corporate lawyer, he has no interest in delving into the long-dead past. When the old clan property suddenly is threatened by developers, he must decide whether to stake his claim as a descendent or abandon his birthright altogether. Read More
London Pro Musica will present the most popular Christmas oratorio ever, George Frederick Handel’s Messiah.
A London artist known for Canada Post stamps is exhibiting a series of colourful, minimalist portraits intended to explore the psychological effects of the pandemic. Andrew Lewis’s In The Meantime, his first solo exhibit in six years, opens with a reception Friday at Strand Fine Art at 6 p.m. and continues until Jan. 13. The […]
Three-time Juno winner Chantal Kreviazuk is coming to London with her latest album and a little Christmas cheer.
Hundreds of Londoners gathered at Dundas Place Saturday for the second day of the TD Sunfest Block Party, the warmup to Sunfest’s big summer run in Victoria Park in July. The two-day event in downtown London featured international and Canadian artists of all genres, from reggae to soul and funk. All photos by LFP’s Calvi […]
There’s no doubt Disney on Ice is a family affair, at least for the Santee family. Mom Jamie Lynn was in the very first production in 1981 (Disney World On Ice), dad Jimmie joined in 1983, soon married Jamie Lynn and, today, their three children are part of the on-ice show with daughter Sarah in […]
Grand Theatre patrons dug deep for the needy this Christmas, donating more than $40,000 to the London Food Bank, the theatre announced Monday.