The Australians are in for a naughty, hard-core treat — The Dirrty Show is going Down Under.
Red Deer fans have one last chance to catch the erotic musical comedy of Melody Stang and Kayla Williams before the popular local duo take their 18-plus show to the Melbourne area for six months. READ
Canadian rockers The Trews initially had trouble explaining their name to the public (‘trews’ means tartan trousers for those who are still wondering). Now they have to explain their connection to Russell Brand. The British comedian effectively co-opted the band’s name by calling his own online “news” site The Trews. It’s Brand’s amalgam of “truth” and “news.” READ
The Shalom Counselling Centre’s annual fall FriendRaiser features the musical stylings of singer songwriter Steve Bell. On Oct. 24 at the First Christian Reformed Church, 16 McVicar St., the organization holds its fundraiser and 15th anniversary celebration. READ
Inspirational singer/songwriter Steve Bell will perform ballads about faith, hope and love in Red Deer this week. The Juno Award-winning Christian artist performs on Friday at the First Christian Reformed Church at 16 McVicar St. READ
The world premiere of a violin-piano sonata by local composer Ruston Vuori will be performed at Sunday’s worship service at Gaetz United Church. READ
The classic story of courage in the face of danger — epitomized in one particular Mark Twain novel — will come alive on stage in Red Deer. With a cast of no less than 63, Cornerstone Youth Theatre is presenting the Broadway musical The Adventures of Tom Sawyer from Oct. 31 to Nov. 8 in Red Deer. READ
A plethora of musical choices awaits Red Deer residents on the weekend — from poignant folk ballads to mind-melting metal. On Friday, Morgan Davis will perform his country/blues music in a fundraiser for the Central Music Festival Society at Fratters Speakeasy. For more information about the show, call 403-356-0033. READ