Friday, October 18, 2019

Oliver! to be performed at The Grace in October

TATAMAGOUCHE - “Please sir, can I have some more?” is the enduring line spoken by Oliver Twist, the half-starved orphan boy in Charles Dickens’ Victorian masterwork, Oliver Twist. North Shore audiences...
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Murder mystery, Barra MacNeils upcoming fundraisers for rec centre

Editor's note: information on the location of the Barra MacNeils concert, as well as email address for more information, was incorrect in the August edition of The Light. The story has been...

Tatamagouche man purchases theatre seats linked to Viola Desmond

TATAMAGOUCHE - A little bit of Viola Desmond’s history calls the village home these days. It was more than half a dozen years ago when Angus Bonnyman came across a Kijiji...

Ken MacIntosh paintings coming to The Fraser

TATAMAGOUCHE - Ken MacIntosh’s paintings adorn the Tatamagouche area like glittering pebbles on the seashore, enriching the landscape and making our days a whole lot sweeter.  It is difficult to...

Pugwash Artist Collective uses show to send environmental message

TATAMAGOUCHE - Walking through the Fraser Cultural Centre, the red ‘danger’ tape still adorns some of the walls. But at the opening of the Pugwash Artist Collective’s show at The Fraser,...

The art of stained glass

RIVER JOHN - For more than 40 years, Brian Morris has had a love of stained glass. It began when he was unemployed and bored. Morris had been to the...

From birds to words

RIVER JOHN - With the continuous baa of a lamb in the background, about 100 people were treated to author readings and musical performances as part of WordPlay. WordPlay kicked off...

Malagash artist hopes to get people talking with new exhibit

MALAGASH - Jane Grady loves seeing the reaction of people as they view her artwork. Grady, a professional illustrator since 1971, is once again hosting an exhibit at the Grace Jollymore...

Tatamagouche teenager places second at Skills Canada competition

TATAMAGOUCHE - A 17-year-old from Tatamagouche is getting her name on the national map when it comes to photography. Saffron Morris, a Grade 12 student at Tatamagouche Regional Academy, came home...

From Mozart to Beethoven

TATAMAGOUCHE - The members of the Tatamagouche Chamber Ensemble have been practicing like mad to prepare for their upcoming performance. Elizabeth Spence, who plays piano with Bill Thompson on clarinet, and...