Brantford Downtown Jazz presents  JIM CLAYTON QUARTET with Sonja Gustafson

Brantford Downtown Jazz presents JIM CLAYTON QUARTET with Sonja Gustafson

Date: Mon Apr 15 8:00 PM
Pricing Info:

$30.00


"Warm and happy... tender and soulful" is how Downbeat Magazine describes Jim Clayton's music. He calls it "bebop with a touch of New Orleans," his second home. The award-winning pianist saw his latest album "Lenny Jumps In" land on the jazz radio charts in Canada and the USA. Jim's entertained audiences around the globe, from ex-pats in Asia to our troops in Bosnia. Joining Jim is London's award-winning jazz songstress Sonja Gustafson.  She brings a cool verve to classic and lesser-known standards. Sonja is dazzling whether performing passionate ballads, scatting with abandon, or crooning popular covers.

 

The Golden Girls – Thank You For Being a Friend

Thu Oct 25 2:00 PM

Prepare for an afternoon of laughter, spectacular put-downs and familiar friends as Miami's four favourite Golden Girls - Dorothy, Sophia, Rose and Blanche - reunite in puppet-form for this lovingly hilarious live tribute show! 

Thank You For Being a Friend is the ultimate Golden Girls experience, delivering all the classic dialogue, razor sharp gags and taboo-breaking stories you'd expect! 

Pricing Info:

$37.00

Something I’ve Done Tour - The Legendary Downchild Blues Band

Special guest Juno Award winner Paul Reddick Fri Oct 26 8:00 PM

Hypnotic Juno Award winning blues singer/songwriter Paul Reddick will kick off the blues party as special guest in support of The Legendary Downchild Blues Band's performance.

With their signature jump-blues style and sweet, infectious sound, Juno Award winners Downchild deliver a live performance that is second to none and is a sure bet to get your toes tapping and your hips swinging.
Perhaps best known as the inspiration for Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi’s hit film, The Blues Brothers, Downchild return with a brand new 2018 Juno-nominated album, Something I’ve Done. 


Pricing Info:

$48.00/$38.00

Brant Theatre Workshops present Sisters in Solace

Written by Vincent Ball Mon Nov 5 7:00 PM

In the aftermath of World War I, two women, one from Six Nations, the other from Brantford can only find comfort and healing in the sharing of their combined memories. Together, they find peace from the war and discover truth and reconciliation in their common experience.

Pricing Info:

$35.00

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