The best way to enjoy modern reworking of the blues genre is with the Ghost Town Blues Band, and the Canada South Blues Society hosted their Shine album tour in Windsor.
The biggest Bright Lights Windsor display kicked off with Mayor Drew Dilkens pushing a big red button to officially open the 2019/2020 edition of the festival at Jackson Park.
The orignal holiday panto, Robin Hood, at Kordazone Theatre, based on an intriguingly funny script by Korda Artistic Production’s founder Tracey B. Atin is a hilarious experience.
Cardinal Music Productions of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is a is a delightful romp into the semi-nonsense orchestrated by Randle P. McMurphy.
Robbie Taylor’s play, The Vandellas No More Tears, brilliantly brought the untold story of original members Rosalind Ashford and Annette Beard to the Olde Walkerville Theatre.
University Players’ simple set design makes their production of Beauty and the Beast a majestic theatre experience highlighting the marvelous abilities of their student actors.
Windsor’s Drouillard Rd. was full of activity on Saturday night as people enjoyed the inaugural Ford City Christmas Market and Bavarian Club’s 18th Anniversary Celebration.
Jill Thompson of Bras by Jillish and Art Attack Windsor along with the community held the eclectic Werk Fashion Show Fundraising event to benefit Street Help Windsor.
In Post Productions The Pillowman the twists of the character’s fate makes the story both refreshing and unpredictable. It is one of the most significant productions of the year.
Walkerville Collegiate’s Waiting for the Parade shows Canada’s WWII history which is slowly leaving the country’s consciousness and with superb acting, it should not be missed.