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Greater Sudbury Entertainment Listings

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jan 31, 2013 - 11:46 AM |
Greater Sudbury Entertainment Listings starting January 31. To post your listing, e-mail [email protected], phone 705-673-5667. Include high-resolution images, minimum 500 kb. Post your listing online at NorthernLife.ca.

Art

MINING IMAGES-New paintings by Oryst Sawchuk, until Jan 31, South End Public Library, 705-674-9633.

VIEWS FROM ABOVE-An adventure in mapmaking by Liz Peekstok, Artists on Elgin, until Feb 28, artistsonelgin.ca.

PAINTINGS AND PRINTS BY ALIX VOZ-Presented by Art Gallery of Sudbury at off-site venue, Laughing Buddha, until the end of Feb.

JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST-Historical collection and a satirical look at the rebels and artists that shaped the course of Canadian history by Keith Campbell, Art Gallery of Sudbury, until Mar 3, 705-675-4871, artsudbury.org.

SURE YOU CAN-Drawing and painting for all levels with Lozia, Wednesdays, 12-3 pm, 6-9 pm, ParkSide Centre, $60/members, $80/non-members, 705-592-2115.

ABSTRACT ART THAT AWAKENS THE SOUL-Art by Paddy O'Sullivan at the Creative Moment Studio, 179 Gold St., visit by appointment, 705-670-8850, paddyosullivan.com.

NEW WORK BY SUSAN LAMPINEN-Plein air pieces in pastel, many from recent adventures in Killarney, Manitoulin and Greater Sudbury, Lampinen Fine Art and Custom Framing, 1350 Regent St., 705-522-8068.

STOPCIATI GALLERY-Featuring work by John Stopciati, Richard Metzger and Lynda James, 153 Applegrove St., 705-673-4443, johnstopciati.com.

MULLOLA STUDIO & GALLERY-New original landscapes currently on display at the Linda Mullola Gallery, 1529 Sunnyside Road, open by appointment, 705-523-2195, lindamullola.com.

Literature

CELEBRATE WOMEN-With Canadian author Sally Armstrong, author of Ascent of Women, in support of the Canadian Federation of University Women Sudbury along with YWCA and Women's Legal Education and Action Fund, Mar 14, 7:30 pm, Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University, tickets $10, 705-222-6624.

Music

VALENTINE HOEDOWN-Fiddleworks concert, Feb 1, 7:30 pm, Club 50, Chelmsford, tickets $10/person, kids 12 and under free, fiddleworks.net.

VIENNESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION-Presented by Sudbury Symphony Orchestra, Feb 2, 8 pm, Glad Tidings Church, tickets $42/adult, $37/senior, $23.50/youth, $25/general admission, sudburysymphony.com.

TEA AT THE OPERA-Featuring Taylor Robinson and Timothy Richard and Charlene Biggs, Feb 3, 2-4 pm, Jubilee Centre, tickets $24, from Black Cat, Artists on Elgin, Stopciati Gallery, 705-674-3590.

SUDBURY OPERA GUILD-Presentation on the themes of social and political unrest in operas, Feb 3, 2 pm, Room 2253, Cambrian College, refreshments served, new members welcome.

THE TRAGICALLY HIP-With special guests Arkells, Feb 11, 8 pm, Sudbury Arena, tickets $41, $75.50, $105.50, Sudbury Arena Box Office at 705-671-3000, in person at the arena or online at livenation.com.

MIDNIGHT & MOZART-Sudbury Symphony Orchestra gala featuring live music and loaded silent auction, Feb 16, Bryston's on the Park, sudburysymphony.com.

ERIC CHURCH-Blood, Sweat and Beers tour with Colt Ford, Feb 19, 7 pm, Sudbury Arena, tickets $40, $61 and $71, ericchurch.com.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOHN DOWLAND-Celebration of the composers 450th birthday, featuring Cambrian College students, Feb 27, 12:30 pm, Cambrian College Room 1176, free, 705-566-8101 ext. 7325, [email protected]

CRISTINA'S COFFEE HOUSE-Cancer support fundraiser in honour of Cristina Faiella Roque, Mar 5, 6-9 pm, Caruso Club, 705-524-3316, [email protected]

FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI-Hundred More Years Tour with The Afters and Jodi King, Mar 9, Glad Tidings Church, tickets at The Lighthouse, everyeye.ca.

SOUTHSIDE DENNY-Blues music from Montreal artist, Mar 15, Townehouse.

BILLY TALENT-Dead Silence Tour with Sum 41, Hollerado and Indian Handcrafts, Apr 8, 7 pm, Sudbury Arena, tickets $43.50, $52.50, 705-671-3000, greatersudbury.ca.

RHYTHM CIRCLE-Sudbury Community Rhythm Circle, Wednesday nights, 6:30-8 pm, O'Connor Park, corner of St. George and Morin Streets, free, hot chocolate and cider served, 705-525-5121.

Theatre


BOUCAR DIOUF-Quebec TV personality and stand-up comedian, presented by La Slague, Feb 1, 8 pm, Fraser Auditorium at LU, tickets $32/adults, $26/seniors, $20/students from 705-525-5606 ext. 4, letno.ca, $38/adults, $32/seniors, $24/students at the door.

BONBONS ASSORTIS-Presented by Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario,Jan 30-Feb 2, 8 pm, TNO, tickets 705-525-5606, letno.ca.

GILSON LUBIN-Celebrate Black History Month with HBO comedian Gilson Lubin, Feb 2, 8 pm, Theatre Cambrian, tickets $25/advance, $30/door, 705-524-7317.

DRACULA: THE TWILIGHT YEARS-Family fun performed for 19 students at Sudbury Theatre Centre, Feb 2, 2 and 7 pm, tickets $12/adults, $7/children, students, 705-674-8381, sudburytheatre.ca.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST-Broadway musical comes to Sudbury, Feb 13, Sudbury Arena, tickets starting at $65.50, 705-671-3000, greatersudbury.ca, beautyandthebeastontour.com.

DANCING WITH THE STARS FOR EASTER SEALS KIDS-Featuring cocktail hour, hors d'oeuvres, wine tasting, dinner, music and dancing competition, Feb 22, Caruso Club.

RED SKELTON TRIBUTE SHOW-Featuring the antics of Red and the gang, Feb 22, 7 pm, Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University, tickets $36.50/advance, $45/door, 705-674-8381 ext. 21.

ACTING WORKSHOPS WITH JEFF MILLER-From STC productions like Leading Ladies and Rabbit Hole, Mar 3, What's So Funny?, Mar 1, I Hope I Get It: Mastering the Audition, adult workshops, $25/general public, $20/STC suscribers, 705-674-8381.

SAME TIME NEXT YEAR-Bernard Slade's endearing comedy about a couple who meet up once a year, following a one night fling in 1951, Feb 21-Mar 10, 8 pm nightly, Sundays 2 pm, Sudbury Theatre Centre, tickets $36.76/adults, $31.51/seniors, $20.76/students, 705-674-8381, sudburytheatre.on.ca.

LOL SUDBURY-Featuring headliners Cheech and Chong, Rick Mercer, Apr 19-20, Sudbury Arena, tickets $60.50/show, $104.50/both headliners, 705-688-1234, lolsudbury.com. 

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