Arts, tradition, enjoyable in London this weekend and past (April 11-17)


Occasions taking place this week in London and space:


Cuckoo’s Nest People Membership: Joe Crookston, Sunday, 7:30 p.m.; Eric Andersen with Scarlet Rivera and Cheryl Prashker, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; tickets $20 per individual upfront or $25 on the door (taxes included, service fees additional), out there at Chaucer’s/Marienbad, Centennial Corridor Field Workplace, Lengthy & McQuade North, The Village Fool, and on-line; Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling Road, 519-519-319-5847 or e-mail

Eastside Bar And Grill: Juice, Friday, 10 p.m.; Smile N Wave, Saturday, 10 p.m.; Blues on a Sunday Jam, Sunday, three p.m.; Eastside Open Jam Night time, Wednesday, Eight p.m.; 750 Hamilton Rd.; 519-457-7467.

Jimbo’s Pub And Eatery: Karaoke hosted by Maggie, each Friday, 10 p.m. and Tuesday, Eight p.m.; 519-204-7991 or go to

London Music Membership: Shut The Entrance Door Enhance, 7 p.m., Stephane Wrembel Trio, 7 p.m., Acoustic Open Mic, 7:30 p.m., Friday; MoMondays, 6 p.m., Monday; SOUP Ukulele Jam, 6:45 p.m., Wednesday; 470 Colborne St.; 519-640-6996.

London Music Corridor: Beartooth with Of Mice and Males, Palms like Homes, Like Pacific, Wednesday, 7 p.m., $30; 185 Queens Ave., 519-432-1107.

London Wine Bar – Downtown: Rick Taylor, dwell blues, Friday and Saturday, Eight p.m., no cowl, walk-ins welcome; 420 Talbot St.; 519-913-3400 or e-mail

Mustang Sally’s: Rumblefish, Friday, 9 p.m.; Bryan Bicknell Duo, Saturday, 9:30 p.m.; Acoustic Jam with Alan Lynch, Smokin’ Dave, Don Oullette and Pals, Tuesday, 10 p.m.; Lonnie Chicago, Wednesdays at Eight p.m.; 99 Belmont Drive, 519-649-7688.

Norma Jean’s: BerKnarlies blues set, 2-5 p.m., Reside Band Rockaoke, 10 p.m., Thursday; Unhealthy Moon Rising, a tribute to CCR, Friday, 9:30 p.m.; 5 Towards One, a tribute to Pearl Jam, Saturday, 9:30 p.m.; Karaoke, Wednesday; 1332 Huron St.; 519-455-7711 or go to

Olive R Twist: Mark Henning Band, John Brocksom, Jim Dwyer and Chris Newton, Friday, 8:30 p.m.; 130 King St.; 519-204-9184.

Richmond Tavern: G.C. Garinther each Friday, 5-7 p.m.; 370 Richmond St.; 519-679-9777.

Rum Runners: Satanic Surfers & Belvedere, Tuesday, Eight p.m., $25; 178 Dundas St.; 519-432-1107.

St. Regis Tavern: Musical chairs with Kevin Greene and the Superior Sauce, Saturday, 9 p.m.; 625 Dundas St.; 519-432-0162.

Wortley Roadhouse: Whaling Band, Friday, Soul Tripper, Saturday, Funk Et Al, Sunday, matinee 4-Eight p.m.; 190 Wortley Rd.; 519-438-5141.


Gathering Voices: A Poetry Studying celebrating Nature for Nationwide Poetry Month, native poet Penn Kemp might be launching Fox Haunts; Gathering Voices returns to London Public Library with Canadian poets Susan McCaslin, Susan McMaster and Katerina Fretwell, Thursday, 7 p.m., free; Central Library, 251 Dundas Road, 519-661-4600.


Espresso, Cake and Cha Cha Cha: A day of dwell music, dancing, selfmade cake and scrumptious espresso, Sunday, 2-5 p.m.; admission: $5, espresso & cake on the market, dinner out there after the occasion (with reservation solely); German Canadian Membership, 1 Cove Street, 519-433-2901.

Come Dance: Ballroom, Latin & Swing, Friday, line dance lesson with Kathie at 7:30 p.m., dance Eight p.m. with Wolfeman DJ host; all welcome, admission $10; Polish Corridor, 554 Hill Road, 519-433-2579.

Forest Metropolis Eagles: Karaoke, 2 p.m., full course dinner, 5 p.m., $10, hst included, dancing all afternoon; 519-452-1131; 500 First St.

Irish Dance Ceili: Reside conventional Irish music by Traddicted, all dances instructed by Maureen O’Leary, no dance expertise essential, everybody welcome; tickets $15 or $12 with a $10 annual membership, money bar, youngsters 12 and below free; hosted by London Irish People Membership, name 519-471-9008 or electronic mail; German Canadian Membership, 1 Cove Street.

Royal Canadian Legion – Lambeth: Dance to the music of Nation Classics, Saturday, 2-5 p.m., free; 7097 Kilbourne Rd.; 519-652-3412.

Royal Canadian Legion – Byron: Dance to the music of Hughes & Mac, Saturday, Eight p.m.; $50 per individual; 1276 Commissioners Street W., 519-472-3300 or go to

Saturday Night time Social Dance: By RPM Sound, Saturday, Eight p.m., music DJ Pete Howard, doorways open at 7:30 p.m.; admission $10 on the door; Victory Legion, 311 Oakland Ave., Singles Dance Social gathering: Saturday, Eight p.m., if you’re 45 and up, that is the perfect place to bop & meet new folks; music by Wolfeman DJ; all welcome, $13 admission; Dutch Membership London, 1738 Gore Street, 519-433-2579.


Comedy Night time: Rob Bebenek, Hunter Collins and Andrew Johnston emcee, Friday and Saturday, Eight and 10:30 p.m.; Yuk Yuk’s, 900 King Road.

Disco-Tech: The Annual London Group Gamers Fundraiser, Saturday, Get-down dinner, $135 per individual, registration 5:15 p.m., dinner 6 p.m., Flip Aspect Lounge, $45 per individual, registration 6:30 p.m., actions 7 p.m.; for tickets go to, name 519-432-1029 or electronic mail; 523 South Road.

Hammer Harrison makes makes a slam dunk throughout a Harlem Globetrotters present. (File photograph)

Harlem Globetrotters: Saturday, 2 p.m.; tickets begin at $29.76; Budweiser Gardens, 99 Dundas Road, go to

Jerry Seinfeld: Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; tickets begin at $59.50 out there at or name 1-866-455-2849; Budweiser Gardens, 99 Dundas Road.

Native Historical past Trivia Night time: Prepare London historians, for an area historical past trivia evening at Eldon Home!, register a staff of as much as 5 members for the prospect to win prizes and accolades to your unbelievable native historical past information, Friday, 7 p.m.; to register a staff,go to or name 519-661-5169, price: $20 per staff (max. 5 per staff); Interpretive Centre , 481 Ridout St. N.


Good Vibes Solely Fest: That includes a curated lineup of native and Southern Ontario acts, starting from funk to rock and digital to lo-fi. Past music, every of the manor’s three flooring can even embrace: dwell portray, native craft distributors, meals vans, pop up artwork galleries, yoga workshops in addition to a VR pod, offered by VRcadia, runs Friday to Sunday; tickets: early hen value ($45), basic admission value ($55), Friday-only value: ($25), Saturday ($35 or $20 after 9 p.m.); Woodfield Manor, 493 Queens Ave.; go to for particulars.


Artwork Emporium: Featured artists for April are Nancy Kravalis, Kelly Bennett, Debra Bailey, Judy Minor, Renne Benoit, and Sandra England; come meet our artists and watch them at work most weekends and a few weekdays; hours: Thursday to Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 177 Predominant St., Port Stanley; 226-658-1888 or go to

Artwork With Panache: Steam Punk present by Paul Snoddy and Nic DeGroot, runs until April 18; Val Slogget’s Spring Tribute, runs until April 20; Annual Charity Occasion Silent Public sale Work by Transplant Group NewCanvasOfLife runs April 18 to 30.; hours: Monday to Friday, 11 a.m.-Four p.m.; Talbot Centre, 140 Fullarton St.; 226-378-2587.

Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives: Caught in Time: a have a look at native photographers and images strategies from 1840-1920, runs until Might 31; have your photograph taken in our Victorian photograph sales space; hours: Monday to Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 14 East St., Aylmer; 519-773-9723 or go to

Eldon Home: London’s oldest residence comprises household heirlooms, furnishings and priceless treasures of Harris Household; hours: Thursday to Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; admission by donation; 481 Ridout St. N.; 519-661-5169 or go to

Elgin County Heritage Centre: The Cottonwood Brass Band, Saturday, 2 p.m.; Inexperienced Display screen Returns, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday; Nationwide Movie Day, Wednesday, 2 p.m., with movie Anthropocene: The Human Epoch; 460 Sundown Drive, St. Thomas, 519-631-1460, ext. 193.

Fringe Customized Framing and Gallery: Folded, work and textual content from Nicole Schultz, runs until April 30; 1742 Hyde Park Rd.; 519-204-0404 or go to

Gallery within the Grove: Vantage Level that includes Suzette Terry and Emily Lardner, runs until April 20; pottery by Dewy Spizzirri within the Reward Store; 2618 Hamilton Rd., Brilliant’s Grove; 519-869-4643;

Ingersoll Artistic Arts Centre: Annual Members’ Exhibition options portray, images, pottery, fibre arts, quilts and rug hooking, runs until Might 12; hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. and a couple of:30-5:30 p.m., Sunday, 1-Four p.m.; free admission; 125 Centennial Lane (Victoria Park), Ingersoll; 519-485-4691 or go to

Lambton Heritage Museum: Paint Ontario Artwork Present and Sale options greater than 200 works, runs until April 20; hours: Monday to Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; admission: $5; 10035 Museum Rd., Grand Bend; 519-243-2600 or go to

Jenna Faye Powell’s In a single day Knowledge is a part of a solo exhibition on at Michael Gibson Gallery till April 27.

Michael Gibson Gallery: In a single day Knowledge, new works on paper by Jenna Faye Powell and Fugere (et Irrumabo Inveniet), work by Hans Wendt, run until April 26; hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 157 Carling St.; 519-439-0451 or go to

Museum London: The Artwork of Music: A Scholar Exhibition, runs until April 28; The Lengthy and the In need of It: The Tangled Story of Hair, Pushing Paper, and Artistic Material: Aesthetics and Attire exhibitions run until Might 12; hours: Monday to Sunday, noon-5 p.m., Thursdays until 9 p.m.; admission by donation; 421 Ridout St. N.; 519-661-0333 or go to

Portside Gallery: Package Reducing, Patricia Johnson and Sandy DeLuca are featured for April; 18 space artists displaying authentic work, images, jewellery, hand-painted scarves and playing cards; hours: every day, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 1871/2 Predominant St., Port Stanley; 519-782-7066 or go to

Royal Canadian Regiment Museum: Norm Christie presents Sacred Locations, Understanding the Nice Warfare Cemeteries: A Distinctive Perspective on Nice Warfare Historical past, Thursday, 6-Eight p.m.; 701 Oxford Road East.

Westland Gallery: Modern Realism, group exhibition options the work of 12 space artists, runs until April 13; hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, noon-Four p.m.; 156 Wortley Rd.; 519-601-4420 or go to

Woodstock Artwork Gallery: Picturing Arctic Modernity: North Baffin drawings from 1964, Consuming Animals, runs until June 30; Life on the Again of a Turtle: Woodlands and Plains Indigenous Artwork, runs until Jan. 25, 2020; 449 Dundas St., Woodstock; 519-539-6761.


Calm Cafe: Be part of us in experiencing wealthy tea, espresso, and goodies, plus wonderful musical performances to up your rest recreation, Sunday, 1-Four p.m.; 211 King Road, 519-520-9208.

Group Hymn Sing: Come and sing beloved and new hymns, decide your favorites and take part for the sheer pleasure of singing, Hymnals can be found, Sunday, 7:30 p.m.; Riverside United Church, 695 Riverside Drive (west of Wonderland Rd.) 519-472-6071.

Live performance Band Classics: Encore the Live performance Band, Sunday, 2 p.m.; Sir Frederick Banting Secondary Faculty, 125 Sherwood Forest Sq., go to

Denims’ N Classics: It’s a Residing Factor: The Music of Electrical Gentle Orchestra, Thursday, Eight p.m.; Spriet Stage, Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond Road, go to or name 519-672-8800 Jenn Grant: Thursday, Eight p.m.; tickets $28 advance, $33 on the door; Aeolian Corridor, 795 Dundas St., 519-672-7950 or go to

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Kiwanis Music Pageant: Rose Bowl competitors, excellent performers in piano, voice, strings, brass, woodwinds and guitar, Friday, Eight p.m.; admission $three or VIP cross, 12 and below free; First-Saint Andrew’s United Church. 320 Queens Ave., go to

London Symphonia: Romantic Voyages, with Jordan Pal and Thomas Wiebe performances, Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; tickets $47 basic, $60, most well-liked, $17 scholar; Metropolitan United Church 468 Wellington Road, 226-270-0910.

Parkihill Carnegie Gallery Concert events: Sassy and Stylish, Sunday, 2:30 p.m., the performers are music college students from Western College’s music school; tickets $12 on the door; 233 Parkhill Predominant Road, Parkhill, 519-294-0109.

Girls in Track VI: That includes Askher, Brenda Beaudoin & the Again, Seat Ladies, Elyse Sales space, Gwen Stellar, Hannah Robinet, Linda Lucas, Mona Natvik, The Westies, The Wing Nuts, Friday, 7 p.m.; donations welcome on the door; Aeolian Corridor, 795 Dundas St., 519-672-7950 or go to


Nature Stroll sequence: A dance/stroll within the park with The Centre for Motion Arts and Michael Trudgen, Saturday, 2:30 p.m.; free amission; Springbank Park (meet close to the seal statue by the gates of Storybook Gardens); go to

Saturday Morning Walks: Stroll Kains Woods, meet at nook of Kains Street and Westdel Bourne Park on north finish of Westdel Bourne (north of Oxford); walks are roughly one hour; households with kids are welcome, please depart canine at residence; John Clark, 519-641-0442 or go to


Brescia Centennial Artwork Exhibition II: Searching for the Means By way of and Past, showcasing works by 10 artists from London and area, runs until Might 10; by appointment at Beryl Ivey Library, Brescia College, 1285 Western Street, 519-432-8353, ext 28250.

Metropolis Artwork Centre Artwork Present and Sale: Psychological Well being is Blooming by artists dwelling with psychological well being challenges, opening reception, Friday, 7-9 p.m., viewing Saturday to Thursday, 11:30 a.m – Four p.m.; 652 Elizabeth Road, 2nd Ground.

Residence and Out of doors Present on the Western Truthful Agriplex. (File photograph)

Residence and Out of doors Present: Discover your inspiration Inside & Out, Friday, 12-7 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to six p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. to five p.m.; Western Truthful District Agriplex, 845 Florence Road; tickets $10 advance, $12 on the door, $9 seniors, college students 13-17, $5, kids 12 and below free.

Spring Into Vogue Present: That includes Fabulous Finds Boutique, with distributors, music, refreshments, Friday, 7 p.m.; Wesley-Knox church, 91 Askin St.; tickets $10 advance and $ 15 on the door for more information name 519-673-4803 or go to

Spring Classic Digital camera Present: Anticipate 50+ vendor tables loaded with movie images gadgets on the market, Sunday, 10 a.m. to three p.m.; admission $5 adults, 16 and below free, free parking; Carling Heights Group Centre, 656 Elizabeth St., 519-473-8333.

Unbound Vogue Present: Fanshawe Faculty Vogue Design Graduating college students will debut their ultimate collections, Saturday, April 13, Eight p.m., doorways open at 7 p.m.; tickets $45; The Norton Wolf Faculty of Aviation Know-how, 1000 Air Ontario Drive, 519-452-4430, ext. 2986.


Cabaret: A musical with music by John Kander, runs until Might 11; tickets $50; Grand Theatre’s McManus Theatre, 471 Richmond Road, 519-672-8800, go to

Footloose: A musical introduced by John Paul II secondary faculty, directed by Frank Delle Donne, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 1:30 p.m.; John Paul II secondary faculty, 1300 Oxford St. E.; tickets: $15, out there on-line at or on the door.


E-book sale and Spring Market: Used books, films, puzzels, video games, jewellery, purses & different presents to go. Frozen meat pies, baked items, tea room & BBQ lunch. Nice purchasing for Mom’s Day; Holy Trinity St. Stephen’s Memorial Anglican Church, 727 Southdale Rd. on the southeast nook of Wellington & Southdale, 226-456-8776.

Do-it-yourself Crafter’s Spring Market: Hosted by R&B FabShoppe Boutique , Sunday, 10 a.m. to Four p.m.; Ramada London, 817 Exeter Street.

Previous South Spring Artisan & Vendor Market: fifth annual indoor-outdoor pop-up market fundraiser for Wortley Street Public Faculty, Saturday, 10 a.m. to Four p.m.; Wortley Street Public Faculty, 301 Wortley Street, free admission.




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