Set to be a thetrical triumph, Negatunity, the dark humourous play postponed three times will finally premier online, brilliantly revealing clues leading to the main character’s demise.
The numbers are in and Windsor’s Moose Lodge No.1499’s annual Toys 4 Tots fundraiser, despite being changed because of the pandemic, was a resounding success in 2020.
Canadian music icon Carl Dixon performed in Windsor as part of Harvey’s RV cross nation tour honouring front-line grocery store workers and offering free “Thanks Burgers.”
Windsor pianist David Faulkner covers composer George Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm” in a video so it could be shared and make people “instantly happy” despite the pandemic.
Live entertainment returns to Windsor, now in Stage 3 of pandemic reopening plans. Musician Dave Russell was among those performing in downtown Windsor on Friday.
Despite the pandemic the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association’s 5th Annual Ouellette Car Cruise ended up with a record turnout and lots of smiling faces.
Tall Tale Theatre Company’s second annual Building Blocks fundraiser is set to deliver three original emotionally charged plays by University of Windsor alumni.
OZone Baby, North America’s premiere Led Zeppelin Tribute had the Olde Walkerville Theatre “Shakin’ All Over” for the Bad Examples Riders Club’s annual fundraising concert,
Hot on the heels of its successful Yazmina Reza’s Art, Windsor’s Ghost Light Players tackles another Reza play, the extremely complex but highly entertaining God of Carnage.
The Doo Wop Heartbreakers band filled Rockstar Music Hall in Windsor, Ontario with some of the best Rock N Roll music of the 1950s on a fun filled Sunday afternoon.