Culture, Arts & Entertainment
What was Shakespeare's world like? Author, actor, swordsman Chris Humphreys wondered exactly that so he created Shakespeare 1600 to learn how the playwright observed the late Elizabethan world. In pantaloons and ruff - and bl...
In Shakespeare's day, gender-bending was the norm with men playing women's roles. But what about the converse? Kaitlyn Riordan of Shakespeare in the Ruff and Joshua Stodart, Alehouse Theatre and James Wallis of Shakespeare BA...
Please join us for the free film screening of Invisible City, by Hubert Davis. (75 min, 2009.) A moving story of two boys from Regent Park crossing into adulthood ? their mothers and mentors rooting for them to succeed; their...
When asked to compose a "super-natural" opera, Verdi was inspired by the witches and ghosts of ancient Scotland. Opera expert Iain Scott discusses Macbeth, perhaps Shakespeare's shortest and most compact play, ideal for one o...
Watch a free monthly movie on a big screen in our comfortable and accessible Palmerston Library Theatre - enjoy a carefully selected new title. Once a month on a Thursday night at 6:00pm. All are welcome. For more information...
Thu Feb 18
Thu Mar 24
Thu Apr 21
Thu May 19
Enjoy a new family movie on a big screen in the Palmerston Library Theatre on each PA day. All are welcome, no registration....
Sat Feb 13
Fri Jun 10