Peterborough appreciates good art and the current production of Henrik Ibsen's historic treasure, Hedda Gabler, fits the bill. Directed by Bea Quarrie for The Peterborough Theatre Guild on Rogers St. in East City, the production offers the opportunity to...
Brent Butt has been a household name in Canada for years, even before the success of his hit show Corner Gas. Since the show’s final season in 2009 Butt has been working on other projects including the show Hiccups,...
A Programmer Profile of Catfish Willie: Caileigh Morrison: Let me make this a little louder.... Catfish Willie: 1-2-3-4....This is Catfish Willie, your host at Trent Radio! CM: Excellent. What is your programme called? CW: I host the Swingbilly Round-Up Show. CM: When does that...
Photo taken by Wayne Eardley. Part of last year's Runway Challenge. Are you tired of boring old cotton-centric fashion design? Public Energy’s Runway Challenge may be just the thing you’re looking for. The event is part of the 3rd annual Wearable...
Note: Please find the Trent film Society Schedule for Winter/Spring term at the bottom of this article. The Trent Film Society had an action-packed fall semester, screening 12 films at Artspace and two films at Symons campus. Beginning with a selection...
“If Toe was married to Hole and had an affair with Death From Above 1979 and had a baby but you didn’t know who the dad was, that baby would be us.” This is how drummer Laura Klinduch describes her...
After rocking a diverse crowd at El Mocambo on the 21 in Toronto, Bed of Stars promised Peterborough a “nice and soothing rock show” at the Red Dog on the 29th. The Peterborough stop is part of his current...
Artspace’s current exhibitions “Hesitations” and “Cymatic Imprints” focus on the sounds of silence within our daily lives. They provide a very tactile visualization of the near inaudible sounds and whispers we tend to miss. In her “Hesitations” piece, Emily Hermant...
Local musicians Dave Grenon, Wes Grist, and Bennett Bedoukian are Hello Babies. Formerly named Tender Buttons, together they play a kind of music that combines techniques from a variety of musical traditions including jazz, rock, post-punk and noise. They...
The Creepshow are a psychobilly-something band from Burlington, Ontario that formed in 2005. They’ve gone from touring the GTA to touring through North America, Europe, and Australia. Now, they’re coming to Peterborough on November 7 to play at the...