Learn, listen & jam. Cabaret. Featured artist led by trombonist Keith Todd.
Une pièce de théâtre bilingue, entièrement surtitrée en français en anglais, traitant de la réalité des femmes francophones en couple avec une personne anglophone.
A subtitled bilingual play that explores relationships between francophone women and their English partners.
A public lecture as part of the 'Talks at the Old Fire Hall' series
Learn, listen & jam. Cabaret. Featured artist led by bassist Anne Turner.
Located in the Whitehorse downtown core, within walking distance of hotels, shops, restaurants and bars. The Old Fire Hall's intimate space is well suited for cabaret style performance, concerts, art installations as well as private gatherings. The Old Fire Hall is a unique branch of the Yukon Arts Centre, combining the resources and leadership of the Yukon Government, Department of Tourism and Culture, the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce and the Yukon Arts Centre.
In operation since 2007, it has become a hub for community and cultural events. From theatre, live music, dance, and visual art exhibitions, to film screenings, book launches, conferences and retreats, the Old Fire Hall is the place to check out many of Whitehorse's vibrant community offerings.