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November 18, 2013

Le Repas des fauves l THE SAME PATH l GO FIGARO: Al Rae's Opera Chat and Dinner l World AIDS Day Benefit Concert

Cercle Molière Theatre, 340 Provencher Boulevard
November 28 to December 14  Ticket information: 204-233-8053

Based on the work of Vahé Katcha l Adapted by Julien Sibre l Directed by Roland Mahé

Occupied France, 1942. Seven friends gather to celebrate a birthday.  All is well until the Gestapo arrive unannounced.  Two German soldiers had been brutally killed just outside the apartment building.  The Nazis are demanding two hostages in reparation. 

Two hostages that they must elect themselves.

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Cre8ery gallery & studio, 125 Adelaide Street
THE SAME PATH  - Art by Christopher George Sigurdson and Karen Robb

Opening Night Reception: November 29, 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm
Free admission - 204-944-0809 - Runs to December 10 

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November 29, 6:00 pm
Grace Café, City Hall, 510 Main Street

GO FIGARO: Al Rae's Opera Chat and Dinner
Enjoy dinner and a ½ hour presentation on Don Pasquale
by comedian and opera lover Al Rae. 
$20 per person    Reservations: 204-957-7842 or online 

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December 1, 8:00 pm
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Ave
Tickets are $15 in advance, at the West End Cultural Centre and Quest Musique,1308 Portage Ave.

World AIDS Day Benefit Concert - World AIDS Day is December 1, a day dedicated to increasing awareness of HIV/AIDS issues worldwide. 

Nathan Music Co. is an award-winning Winnipeg band - an alternative country prairie sound that captures the "modern, old-fashioned sound of the lonesome, crowded west."  

Keith Macpherson, a member of country/pop duo, Keith and Renee, is a motivational speaker, author, and yoga instructor, and is currently working on completing his first solo album. 

Opening acts Jordan St Cyr and Alicia Feakes are emerging local artists who have released albums this year.

House of Hesed is a transition home dedicated to providing care and support for men and women living with HIV/AIDS in Manitoba. Opened in 1998 in downtown Winnipeg, Hesed has been home to over eighty men and women from all walks of life. We're a non-profit organization that provides 24/7 staff, friends, meals, and support for our residents, who would otherwise have nowhere else to go.  Contact Rebecca

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