The Coast - - EVENTS -

THE Mon­day, BIG shower SING: BOB­CAY­GEON singers and car Ev­ery drive sec­ond car­ollers gather at the Sea­horse to let their voices ring, no singing ex­pe­ri­ence re­quired. This week, it’s a Downie tribute with the clas­sic “Bob­cay­geon” The Sea­horse, 2037 Got­tin­gen Street, Ev­ery other Mon­day, 7-9pm, $5

COF­FEE AND CON­VER­SA­TIONS Peter Sarty’s cel­e­bra­tion of chats shared over a hot cuppa sees free-flow­ing caf­feine and break­fast treats take over the Liv­ing Room, in hopes of spark­ing con­ver­sa­tions. The Liv­ing Room, 2353 Agri­cola Street, to Oct 29: Sun­days, 10am

DE­PORT A semi-staged read­ing of a young Aca­dian woman’s jour­ney to main­tain her iden­tity dur­ing the Aca­dian de­por­ta­tion. The Liv­ing Room, 2353 Agri­cola Street, Sun Oct 29, 7-9pm


As this play­writ­ing duo sees it, Hong Kong lays in the ether, its cul­ture sink­ing slowly between the is­land’s pan-democrats and main­land China. With re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als and card­board, they build the old Hong Kong, show­ing it’s slow demise. The Liv­ing Room, 2353 Agri­cola Street, To Oct 28, 8pm

FATTY LEGS A sold-out show­ing of Xara Cho­ral Theatre’s next big hit has us dream­ing of tick­ets. Mount Saint Vin­cent Uni­ver­sity, 166 Bed­ford High­way, Fri, Oct 27. 7-9pm

GUYS AND DOLLS Roll the dice on this ren­di­tion of the famed mu­si­cal fol­low­ing three small-time gam­blers through 1930s New York. Snag seats by email­ing tick­ets@bed­ford­bap­ or call­ing 902-835-5966. Bed­ford Bap­tist Church, 1650 Bed­ford High­way, Bed­ford, To Oct 28, 3 and 7pm, $15


Shake­speare By The Sea de­liv­ers a thrilling new adap­ta­tion of the Bard’s fa­mous tragedy that blends shadow pup­pets, pro­jec­tion and live ac­tion. Park Place Theatre, bot­tom park­ing lot of Point Pleas­ant Park, To Nov 5, 8pm, $25 MU­SI­CAL THEATRE WITH LES­LIE AR­DEN One of Canada’s top mu­si­cal theatre com­posers, Ar­den hosts this in­for­mal work­shop to cre­ate and dis­cuss in an in­ti­mate set­ting. The Liv­ing Room, 2353 Agri­cola Street, Thu Oct 26, 10am-1pm, $20/PWYC

SNAKE IN THE GRASS A true story about a run­away daugh­ter’s re­turn home af­ter her abu­sive fa­ther’s pass­ing, Snake In The Grass lays out shock­ing twists as claims of foul play come to light. Nep­tune Theatre, 1593 Ar­gyle Street, To Nov 5

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