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Canadian crooner Matt Dusk, touring for his album Old School Yule! hits the stage at Festival Hall in Pembroke tonight at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.festhall.ca or by calling 613-735-2182.

One of Canada's most beloved male vocalists

Matt Dusk is one of Canada’s most beloved male vocalists, forging a career in music that has resulted in six critically-acclaimed studio albums. Dusk’s latest release, Old School Yule! features a 60-piece orchestra, 50-voice choir and numerous special guests. Together they join forces to create a swingin’ up tempo cocktail holiday album that will h

Submitted photo The Next Generation Leahy will be performing at Pembroke's Festival Hall Sunday, Dec. 18 at 2 p.m.

Upcoming shows at Festival Hall will spread cheer

Hot off the wonderful performances of "The Nativity" which raised funds and food for the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Festival Hall Centre For The Performing Arts is featuring record shows and talents this December Christmas Season.

Sierra Levesque, 11, and Bailey the dog star as Annie and Sandy in the upcoming Streetlight Theatre Company production of Annie - The Musical, which will be performed at Pembroke's Festival Hall in November.

Annie coming to Pembroke

Everyone’s favourite little redhead is coming to Festival Hall this November as Streetlight Theatre Company presents Annie – The Musical!

Students of Michelle’s School of the Performing Arts are extras in the movie Blue Skies on Mars, including Breann Kosnaskie, Chloe Bullivant, Gabriel Pearce, Elloise Bastien and Kelly Kosnaskie.

Scene for movie shot at drive-in

On Monday, Sept. 26, we filmed a scene at the Skylight Drive-In for the upcoming film ‘Blue Skies on Mars.’ I thought that this location would be perfect for the period of the film, 1974, because our Pembroke drive-in was built in 1954 and it has maintained its vintage character and charm.

Stone Fence Theatre producer and playwright Ish Theilheimer is in good hands with the fundraisers from Ottawa Valley hospitals, which his play High Times at the Heart Institute will be benefiting as it tours the Valley this fall and winter. From left: Toni Lavigne-Conway (St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation), Amy Joyce (Deep River and District Hospital), Barb Deslilets (Renfrew Victoria Hospital), David Rattray (Ottawa Heart Institute), Joy Delahunt (Almonte General Hospital), Amy Rouillard (Stone Fence Theatre) and Nancy Warren (Pembroke Regional Hospital).

Musical comedy tour benefits local hospitals

EGANVILLE - Recently, Stone Fence Theatre staff met with fundraisers for Ottawa Valley hospitals to plan a tour of its new show, High Times at the Heart Institute, with hopes to raise at least $25,000 for health care.