Friday, January 31, 2020
Call: St. Aidan's Church - 519-471-1430 (leave a message with name phone & # of tickets...)
Featuring: Rick Kish, Connor Boa, Nevin Campbell, Larry Ernewein & Jake Schindler.
Coming up in April: Hilary Welch is performing with Oliver Whitehead & Barry Usher.
Jazz on the Thames at Michael's on the Thames - February 2019 - November 2019
Jazz on the Thames features weekly Jazz performers in an intimate and super chill environment - 519-672-0111 for more information
Olive R. Twists - July 25th - . Great room for some swinging fun.
(519) 204-9184 for more information
We do lot's of standards from the American Songbook to Boogie to Blues and more...
Tickets are $10.00
M.R.C Resents... An evening of entertaining stories, cabaret, musical theatre & songs from the Great American Songbook! Plus so much more...
More information and Tickets available through Eventbrite
Call: 519-671-3443 for more info.
If ordering through Eventbrite, a fee of $1.06 will apply when ordering tickets online.
Brought to you by Men's Rainbow Connection (M.R.C.) in benefit of LINK theatre
At 7 pm, begin the evening with free hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar whilst browsing through a wonderful array of silent and live auction items.
Music provided by LINK theatre and The Rick Kish Combo.
At 8 pm, seat yourself to a hilarious evening with Elvira Kurt.
Camp Wendake is proud to host OUT and OUTSTANDING lesbian comic, Elvira Kurt. A Toronto native, and alumna of Second City, she has earned herself international recognition as a comic, actor, host and writer.
Growing up in Toronto, Elvira Kurt spent much of her time in front of the bathroom mirror delivering jokes. Her hairbrush doubled as a microphone. The only child of Hungarian immigrants, Kurt says her parents disapproved of her comedic aspirations. “Their whole thinking was, “We gave up everything to come to the new country, to the New World. So, you’re going to be a lawyer or a doctor – something that will allow you to take care of us as we get older,” she says. “You’re certainly not going to tell jokes for a living.”
Yet for 40 years, that’s exactly what she has done. On Friday, October 25, this internationally renowned comedienne will take to the Aeolian Hall stage to participate in a fundraiser for Camp Wendake.
Camp Wendake is a one-week residential camp program for people living with HIV, their families and caregivers. Camp Wendake is an amazing contradiction! People gather because of a common health concern but find freedom from focusing upon the disease for a brief time and find an opportunity to celebrate life in a community where HIV/AIDS in the norm. People may choose to attend camp in order to learn and share more about coping with their overall health and social issues. Or they may come for the rest and refreshment of a caring and understanding community.
This event is proudly supported by LINK theatre
We've LINKed with Camp Wendake and are proud to support this amazing event...
Featuring Special Guests - Shut The Door Improv.
in the TABU Lounge under Jack's on Richmond
What People are Saying...
"Saucy Jack was an over the top delightful hoot! Rocky Horror meets Lost in Space meets Charlies Angels". - T. Drake
"A fabulous night of disco, glitter boots and the Space Vixens! Thank you all, the cast and crew for such a fun evening"! - S. Fritz-Szabo
FAN ART - Sarah Ross
This show brings together Crooners Rick Kish & Connor Boa, those fabulous Croonettes and the Nevin Campbell Trio for an afternoon/evening of swingin' tunes. We take you on a journey back the those 50’s/60’s Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra style Christmas Specials. With lot’s of surprises, the show features 2 hours of popular standards of the era as well as a whole lotta Christmas Music. Each year Rick looks forward to this production and its various incarnations. He’s shared the stage with so many wonderful and talented people from the London and surrounding area over the years. It’s always and adventure and one that he’s so happy people seem to embrace again and again.
The Christmas shows have been called by many, “the kickoff for the holiday season”, & “such a feel good two hours, I can’t stop singing. I’m ready for the holidays…”.
We invited you to be part of the further development of this exciting script JUDY: Stonewalled!. As we move toward the 50th Anniversary (June 2019) of the Stonewall uprising and the Death of Judy Garland, we wanted to share this unique story with as many people as possible. Thank you for being part of this exciting process.
The Public readings of this NEWLY expanded script with new music and orchestrations happened at the Arts Project during Pride London 2017. We asked you to show up, watch the performance and share your thoughts with us afterwards, and you did!
ABOUT JUDY: Stonewalled!
“On June 22, 1969 Judy Garland dies at age 47. In the early morning hours of June 28, a community fights back. These two worlds collide in this NEWLY Expanded fictional theatrical production with music. The play takes place at a tribute show to Judy Garland in a little cabaret bar just down the street from the Stonewall Inn. The action happens as the infamous riots break out... JUDY: Stonewalled! is a glimpse into what it meant to be gay before ‘Stonewall’ and those critical moments where decisions are made that can change, everything!”
EMCEE - Campy and dressed stylistically. He is the biggest Judy Garland fan.
...of the original London Fringe script - "Profound and gorgeous and moving" - Jeff Culbert - The London Yodeller
Murder, disco, glamour and glitz wrapped with a funky original score to create an ecstatic night of fun. Energetic, funny and wildly camp, with sparkling one-liners and excellent, funky music! - THE SCOTSMAN,"The Rocky Horror show for the Millennium" - The Daily Mail
Get your glitter boots on - they may just save your life!
The 2017 production was presented in the Tabu Nightclub, below Jack's Nightclub on Richmond Street in Downtown London.
Each December, Rick Kish, along with featured performers, take to the stage with those Fabulous Croonettes along with a swingin' 3 piece band. This show brings together Crooners Rick Kish & Connor Boa, those fabulous Croonettes and the Nevin Campbell Trio for an afternoon/evening of swingin' tunes.
We take you on a journey back the those 50’s/60’s Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra style Christmas Specials. With lot’s of surprises, the show features 2 hours of popular standards of the era as well as a whole lotta Christmas Music.
Each year Rick looks forward to this production and its various incarnations. He’s shared the stage with so many wonderful and talented people from the London and surrounding area over the years. It’s always and adventure and one that he’s so happy people seem to embrace again and again. The Christmas shows have been called by many, “the kickoff for the holiday season”, & “such a feel good two hours, I can’t stop singing. I’m ready for the holidays…”.
Copyright 2019 LINK theatre
The text and images on this website cannot be used or copied in whole or in part without the express permission of its authors