Legendary rockers Chicago are coming to Winnipeg this fall for an evening of classic hits.
The 11-member band will play Bell MTS Place on Saturday, September 8 as part of An Evening with Chicago.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Museum will renew 42 percent of its galleries with new funding announced Thursday towards its capital renewal project.
The Bringing Our Stories Forward campaign is receiving a $400,000 donation from The Asper Foundation, with another $1.4 million committed by the province. Manitoba will also support private donations up to a maximum of $3.6 million. Gail Asper, president and trustee of The Asper Foundation, is also contributing $100,000.
Comedy icon Carol Burnett is returning to Winnipeg this fall for a one-night show at the Centennial Concert Hall.
The award-winning actress and author will perform on September 27 where she will share memorable clips and moments from her illustrious career.
The on-ice production of Cirque du Soleil‘s Crystal is coming to Winnipeg this fall.
In Crystal, gymnasts and skaters perform acrobatics on the ice and in the air. Seven performances will run October 3-7 at Bell MTS Place.
WINNIPEG — Political incorrectness and satire take centre stage in the upcoming beer and kits show BS Comedy Players.
Its early origins from 1984 included men-only performers, but the show has since taken on a more inclusive since 2008. This year, the #TimesUp movement finds itself in one sketch during two shows at Prairie Theatre Exchange, May 10-11.
Two comedians, who debated on stage about getting married at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, ended up tying the knot last weekend.
Comedians Tim Gray and Dana Smith, who were already dating, were performing in a skit as part of “The Debaters,” when Tim won the debate and married Dana after the show.