Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre
The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre, Creamery Square, Tatamagouche.
Visit our web site for more information or to buy tickets online.
902-956-1848 Operations Manager
Hope you enjoyed Hillsburn at The Grace in March. We are working on our 2018 performance series, part of which you will find in this monthly newsletter.
Go to our web site www.gracejollymore.com for more information.
Book The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre or the popular Ice House Gallery for your staff party or event. Several options exist for your reception, wedding, annual meeting, banquet or other special event. For details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-956-1848
If you are interested in volunteering at The Grace, please contact us by email or phone. We are always looking for help on show night, or in the art gallery, bar, tickets, advertising and more. For details email email@example.com or call 902-956-1848
MUSIC | Open Mic Night
Thursday, April 12, 2018
7:30 – 9:30 pm
Come play on the big stage. Bring your friends. Free admission. Donations welcome. Bar available.
MUSIC | Addison Locke in Concert
Saturday, May 5, 2018
7:30 – 9:30 pm
Born and raised in Lunenburg county Nova Scotia, and a former resident of Pictou County, Addison Locke has been entertaining audiences throughout the region and beyond since 1984
Addison has recorded in Nashville, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and began offering full length concerts in 2008 after launching his first long playing CD titled. “Addison Locke…What Have You Done”. He is honoured to have recorded his CD in the Dave Gunning Studios
Addison knows that the key to joy in the music industry is found ‘on the ground’ singing for live audiences. He holds to his idea that the finest artists are also fine people filled with genuine affection and respect for their fans.
Quiet and humble by nature, Addison offers sincere and wildly true stories about where his songs originate and the characters that inspired them. Those who attend Addison’s live concerts leave his shows knowing him and leave feeling that he genuinely loves each one of them.
MUSIC | Celtic Rant
Saturday, May 12, 2018
7:30 – 9:30 pm
Drawing on the rich repertoire of East Coast Celtic tradition of intricate instrumentals, sea shanties, Irish and Scottish songs, and original compositions, Celtic Rant have forged a polished sound around the guitar, fiddle, pipes, mandolin, and excitingly robust vocal harmonies. They have been performing in festivals and clubs throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI and have been building a steady base since 2006 – the year the band started.
They recorded the debut “Celtic Rant” and follow up recording “Encore” with producer Don Chapman. The newest CD “A Clancy Rantcy” is a tribute to the legendary Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem. “A Clancy Rantcy” takes Celtic Rant into exciting new territory.
Celtic Rant consists of Victor Fraser on vocals, guitar, tenor banjo and fiddle, Rob Wigle on vocals, guitar, mandolin and bouzouki, and Rob Greene, who also does vocals and plays bass guitar, fiddle and pipes.
For a sample of their music go to http://www.celticrant.com/music
THEATRE | The Land Lady
A story of Emily Carr, Canadian painter
Featuring Nicole Uzans
Thursday May 17, 7:30 pm
Friday, May 18, 7:30 pm
This one woman play is a story about Canadian painter Emily Carr and will feature Nicole Uzans. It will be presented May 17 and May 18 at 7:30. More details to follow.
ART | Alan Syliboy – Art Exhibition
Opening Friday, June 1, 2018, 7:00pm
Alan Syliboy is an established Mi’ kmaq artist. His work is influenced by the indigenous Mi’kmaq rock drawing and quill weaving traditions. Working in acrylic and mixed media, Alan creates vibrantly coloured images exploring the themes of family, searching and spirituality. The exhibition will be featured through June and July,with the opening scheduled for Friday, June 1 at 7:00 pm.
Gala Dinner –
June 3, 2018
5:30 reception – 6:00pm dinner
Presented by The Creamery Square Arts Society in support of the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre.
Plan to attend our Gala Fund Raising Dinner to be held at Fox Harb’r Resort in June 2018. Tickets are now available at gracejollymore.com/tickets and at Scotiabank, Tatamagouche at $100 each. Dinner, entertainment, silent auction, bar, and outdoor deck available.
Alan Syliboy and The Thundermakers
Saturday, June 9, 2018, 7:30pm
The members of the group are vocalist Hubert Francis star of Brookes Diamond production, “Drum” from Elsipogtog First Nation, Evan Syliboy formerly with Lonecloud and bassist/composer/sound designer & sound editor Lukas Pearce of Halifax NS and group leader, percussionist/storyteller Alan Syliboy. The show consists of songs, stories (narrative about The Thundermaker) accompanied by multi-media art film and live performance.
MUSIC | Tony Quinn and Bill Plaskett
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Two well known Nova Scotia musicians team up at The Grace for an evening of classic folk and traditional songs. Tony and Bill bring their shared love of the music, their guitars in complementary tunings, and their voices in unison and harmony.
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