Spend time in the great in­doors

Kingston Whig-Standard - - FRONT PAGE - PETER HENDRA

With the colder weather fi­nally start­ing to set in this week, here’s a glance at what you can look for­ward to while spend­ing time in the great in­doors be­fore spring ar­rives.

Jan­uary

19: Singer-song­writer Doug Pais­ley per­forms at the Grad Club, 162 Bar­rie St. 19: Cana­dian bands I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven bring their hard rock to the soft-seater that is the Grand The­atre, 218 Princess St. 7:30 p.m.; $49.50 plus. 20: Pian­ist Seong-Jin Cho per­forms Schu­bert, De­bussy, and Mus­sorgsky. Is­abel Bader Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts, 390 King St. W. 2:30 p.m.; $40, $58 (gen­eral pub­lic). 25: Cen­tre cul­turel Fron­tenac wel­comes Franco-On­tar­ian slam poet/hip-hop artist Yao Musique and his show, “Slam and Soul.” Oc­tave The­atre, 711 Dal­ton Ave. 7:30 p.m.; $20 (adults).

25: The Cana­dian Jazz All-Stars, which in­cludes Guido Basso and Heather Bam­brick, take to the Grand The­atre stage. 7:30 p.m.; $19.50 and up. 26: “This is That” brings the satir­i­cal news show from the ra­dio to the stage. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $34.50 and up. 26, 27: The Queen’s Cho­ral Ensem­ble joins the Kingston Sym­phony to per­form “Carmina Bu­rana.” The Is­abel. 7:30 (26), 2:30 (27); $25-$50 (adults). 27: Kingston-born Bryan Adams re­turns to the Leon’s Cen­tre. 8 p.m. 29: Australian Indige­nous dance troupe Djuki Mala per­form at the Grand. 7:30 p.m.; $19.50 and up. 30: The­atre Kingston’s lat­est pro­duc­tion, “What a Young Woman Should Know,” opens at the Baby Grand, up­stairs from the Grand The­atre. It runs un­til Feb. 17. 7:30 p.m. (and mati­nees on some days at 2:30); $35 plus (adults). 1: Tenor Ben Hepp­ner ar­rives at the Grand The­atre with the Toronto Mass Choir in tow for a night of gospel favourites in the show “O Happy Day.” 7:30 p.m.; $44.50 and up. 2: Cantabile Choirs of Kingston of­fer an in­ter­ac­tive sin­ga­long to the Sound of Mu­sic. The Spire, 82 Sy­den­ham St. 1 p.m.; $15 (adults). 2: If you like il­lu­sions, then “Outer­bridge: Clock­work Mys­ter­ies” is for you. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $24.50 and up. 2: Tri­ola per­forms “Danc­ing Bows and Skip­ping Strings” in­side the Is­abel’s Re­hearsal Hall. 2:30 p.m.; $16 (gen­eral pub­lic). 2: Miss Emily brings some friends with her for a per­for­mance at the Is­abel. 7:30 p.m. $26, $39 (gen­eral pub­lic). 3: Lit­tle Kid head­lines with open­ers Michael C. Duguay and Moira De­mor­est. The Man­sion, 506 Princess St. 5 p.m.; $10. 6: Andy Shauf and guest Ha­ley Heyn­d­er­ickx per­form at the Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $35 (ad­vance), $38 (at door). 8: Rum­ble: The In­di­ans Who Rocked the World presents “Rum­ble the Con­cert,” which ex­plores Indige­nous in­flu­ences in a va­ri­ety of gen­res. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $19.50 and up. 8: Queen’s Univer­sity-formed Lost Cousins play a record re­lease party. The Man­sion. 9 p.m. (doors); $12. 9: Ali­cia Svi­gals, the “Queen of Klezmer,” per­forms. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $39 (g.p.). 9, 10: The Kingston Sym­phony Orches­tra presents “Gene Kelly: A Life in Mu­sic.” Grand The­atre. 7:30 (9), 2:30 (10); $25, $35 $50 plus (adults). 12: Aaron Pritch­ett and guest Kira Is­abella per­form at the Ale House. 8 p.m. (doors); $25. 12: The Na­tional Bal­let The­atre of Odessa (no, not that Odessa) per­form “Swan Lake.” Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $50, $60 plus. 13: The Juil­liard String Quar­tet per­forms pieces by Beethoven, Kurtag, and Dvo­rak. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $58. 14: “Love to Laugh” fea­tures standup co­me­di­ans Scott Faulcon­bridge, Jean Paul and Kingston na­tive Adrian Cronk. Grand The­atre. 7 p.m.; $27.05 plus. 15: Jazz gui­tarist John Piz­zarelli pays trib­ute to Nat King Cole on the 100th an­niver­sary of this birth. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $19.50 and up. 16: Singer-song­writer Wil­lie Nile re­turns to the Lime­stone Quar­ter for an in­ti­mate show. BluMar­tini, 178 On­tario St. 16: Teenage Head per­forms at the Man­sion, 506 Princess St. 9 p.m. (doors).

16: Pink Floyd trib­ute band Com­fort­ably Numb per­form. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $33-$46.55 plus. 20: The Trews per­form at the Ale House. 8 p.m. (doors); $28 (ad­vance). 21: Coun­try coun­try mu­sic star Paul Brandt makes “The Jour­ney” to the Leon’s Cen­tre with guests High Val­ley, Jess Moskaluke, and the Hunter Brothers. 7 p.m. 22: He may be the lead singer of Styx, but he’s also his own act. Lawrence “Strange An­i­mal” Gowan brings the lat­ter to Kingston’s Grand The­atre. 7:30; $39.50 and up. 26: Cel­list Narek Hakhnazaryan per­forms pieces by De­busyy, Faury, Tchaikovsky, and oth­ers. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $58. 27: Mon­ster Truck pulls into the Ale House. 8 p.m. (doors); $30 (ad­vance). 28: The 19th edi­tion of the Kingston Cana­dian Film Fes­ti­val opens and runs un­til March 3. Film lineup to be an­nounced Jan. 27; tick­ets go on sale the day af­ter. There will be ad­di­tional events as well. For info and tick­ets, go to king­can­film­fest.com.

March

1: “A Vene­tian Carnevale” is a fundraiser for the Me­los Choir that takes place at the Italo-Cana­dian Club, 1174 Italia Lane. 7:30 p.m.; $60. 2: The Smetana Trio plays works by Rach­mani­noff, Mart­inu, and, of course, Smetana. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $58. 2: Cantabile Choirs of Kingston presents “Star of County Down.” The Spire, 82 Sy­den­ham St. 7:30 p.m.; $22 (adults). 3: “In Con­ver­sa­tion with Gerry Dee” takes place at the Grand The­atre as part of the Kingston Cana­dian Film Fes­ti­val. 3 p.m.; $43.81 plus. 3: Kingston Sym­phony presents its “Haydn Fes­ti­val” at the Is­abel. 2:30 p.m.; $25, $35, $50 (adults). 4: Pian­ist Jan Lisiecki per­forms pieces by Chopin, Schu­mann, Ravel, and Rach­mani­noff. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $58. 4: Mother, Mother bring their “Dance and Cry” tour to the Grand The­atre. 8 p.m.; $41.20 plus. 5: The Reklaws and guest Jade Ea­gle­son per­form at the Ale House. 7 p.m. (doors); $27.19. 6: Dutch DJ and pro­ducer Oliver Heldens per­forms at Stages. Time and cost TBA. 6: Wild Rivers, known as De­van and Khalid dur­ing their Queen’s U. days, re­turn to the Ale House. 8 p.m. (doors); $17.70. 6: Reuben and the Dark per­form. The Grad Club. 9 p.m. (doors). 6-10: Dora Ma­vor Moore Award­win­ning play “This is the Point,” about liv­ing with cere­bral palsy, moves into the Baby Grand. 7:30, 2:30 (9th and 10th); $29 plus. 6: Na­tional Arts Cen­tre Orches­tra plays “I Lost my Talk” and “Qik­saak­tuq” with Tanya Ta­gaq. Part of the Ka’tarohkwi Fes­ti­val of Indige­nous Arts. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $39 (gen­eral pub­lic). 7: Domino The­atre’s pro­duc­tion of John Pa­trick Shan­ley’s “Out­side Mullingar” opens at the Davies Foun­da­tion Au­di­to­rium, 52 Church St. 7:30 p.m.; $20. 7: Catch the next gen­er­a­tion of Ir­ish dancers in “Mur­phy’s Celtic Legacy.” Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $44.50 and up. 9: The Prit­neers (David Archibald, Jesse MacMil­lan, and Anna Su­dac) present “Feels like Fam­ily Ra­dio Hour.” The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $26, $39. 10: Matthew Good per­forms at the Spire, 82 Sy­den­ham St. 6 p.m. (doors). 10: “Yes­ter­day Once More” re­vis­its the mu­sic of Abba, the Ma­mas and Pa­pas, the Car­pen­ters, and the Fifth Di­men­sion. Grand The­atre. 7 p.m.; $59 plus. 15: Blues hall of famer Robert Cray plays the Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $64.50 and up. 16: Dig­ging Roots (Shoshana Kish and Raven Kanatakta) per­form as part of the Ka’tarohkwi Fes­ti­val of Indige­nous Arts. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $39. 16: Cana­dian rock­ers The Tea Party brings its “Black River” tour to the Grand The­atre. 8 p.m.; $41.29 plus. 19: Jug­gling is one thing, danc­ing an­other. To­gether they’re Gan­dini Jug­gling’s “Sigma.” Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $19.50 and up. 21: Rus­sell Drago brings his jazz combo and his show “Keep me in your heart” to the Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40, $58. 21-24: The Blue Man Group bring their per­cus­sion-friendly show to the Leon’s Cen­tre. Show­times vary; go to leon­scen­tre.com for times; $38.50-$98. 22: Jeremy Dutcher, Bracken Hanuse Cor­lett, and Dean Hunts are fea­tured in “See Mon­sters + Wo­las­to­qiyik Lin­tuwakon­awa.” Part of the Ka’tarohkwi Fes­ti­val of Indige­nous Arts. 7:30 p.m.; $39. 23: “Wani/Lost” is an in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary per­for­mance cer­e­mony by Lisa Cooke Ravens­ber­gen. Part of the Ka’tarohkwi Fes­ti­val of Indige­nous Arts. The Is­abel’s Studio The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $39. 23: The Kingston Sym­phony Orches­tra present the fam­i­lyfriendly con­cert “Car­ni­val of the Di­nosaurs.” Grand The­atre. 2:30 p.m.; $20 (adults), $10 (chil­dren). 24: The Lonely per­form the hits of Roy Or­bi­son and the Trav­el­ling Wil­burys and Everly Brothers. Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $47.77 plus. 24: “Ni­gaani-Gichigami. Oni­a­tra:io” with Jeremy Dutcher, Tanya Lukin Lin­klater, Peter Morin, and Bracken Hanuse Cor­lett. The Re­hearsal Hall and lobby of the Is­abel. 2:30 p.m.; $39. 27: Erth, the folks who brought you “Di­nosaur Zoo,” re­turn with an­other ad­ven­ture, “Pre­his­toric Aquar­ium.” Grand The­atre. 6:30 p.m.; $24.50 and up. 27: The King’s Town Play­ers bring F. Scott Fitzger­ald’s “The Great Gatsby” to the stage. Davies Foun­da­tion Au­di­to­rium (Domino The­atre), 52 Church St. 7:30 p.m.; $20. 27: Vi­olin­ist Rachel Podger and Juil­liard415 per­form pieces by Bach and Vi­valdi. The Is­abel. 7:30 p.m.; $40. $58. 29: Vir­tu­oso gui­tarist Jesse Cook makes a re­turn to the Grand The­atre. 7:30 p.m.; $49.50 and up. 30: Coun­try star Luke Combs’ “Beer Broke my Heart” tour and guests Lanco and Jame­son Rogers to the Leon’s Cen­tre. 7:30 p.m.; $21.50-$60. 31: The 10th an­niver­sary tour of the mu­si­cal “Rock of Ages” makes a stop at the Leon’s Cen­tre. 8 p.m.; $49.5-$89.50.

SUP­PLIED PHOTO

Outer­bridge: Clock­work Mys­ter­ies can be seen at the Grand The­atre on Feb. 2.

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Blues hall of famer Robert Cray plays the Grand The­atre on March 15.

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