September 29th @ 7:30
Join Georgetown’s Senior Theatre Connections troupe in an encore performance of this brilliant show.
This hysterical play will bring back fun memories!
Come out for a toe-tapping, laugh-until-you-cry kind of evening!
Admission by donation
Food donations also accepted for the Mackenzie boy’s 5th Annual Food Drive
An Evening with Elvis
Saturday, October 6th @ 7:30pm
Starring Jonah Anderson and The Blue Suede Band
(Robert Graham, Bobby MacIsaac,
Adam MacGregor, Alicia and Shawn Arsenault).
Come and join us to hear classic Elvis tunes from Love Me Tender to Burning Love!
The Authentic Elvis experience – including the hair!
The Country Legends Tribute Tour
Friday, October 12th @ 7:30pm
Featuring Newfoundland’s Dave Pike and Gordon Cormier bring classic country music to life. Featuring the music of Charlie Pride, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash and a few Newfoundland songs, jigs and reels for good measure!
A Tribute to Hank Williams
Featuring Ryan Cook
October 19th @ 7:30pm
“Ryan Cook’s channeling of Hank Williams – his voice and heartache- is a moving experience. A terrific performance by this young artist and his band”- Harry Thurston, Gaspereau Press
Ryan Cook began performing as Hank Williams in 2009 when he performed consecutive sold-out weeks of the Maynard Collins play “The Show He Never Gave” in Sackville, New Brunswick. Having performed on some of the same stages as Hank Williams including the Ryman Auditorium and Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree in Nashville, TN, Ryan has also studied Hank Williams’ life through the biographical work of Colin Escott, Sneezy Waters, The Country Music Hall of Fame (TN), Hank Williams Boyhood Home & Museum (AL), and The Hank Williams Museum (Montgomery (AL). Along with band mates the Drifting Cowboys, this two-act feature performance includes 22 songs from the man hailed by many as the greatest country music singer and songwriter of all time. Ryan Cook and company re-animate the sounds of Don Helms’ haunting steel guitar, Jerry Rivers’ fiddle arrangements, and the yodeling of the lovesick boy from Georgiana, Luke the Drifter himself: Hank Williams. “I feel like I’m watching Hank in his prime on a stage that he was no stranger to… I flew to Nova Scotia to experience the magic for myself, and wasn’t disappointed!” – John Walker, Producer –Music City Room