Vic Juba Community Theatre has a wide variety of events coming up over the next couple of months, starting with Celeigh Cardinal on November 26, at 7:30 p.m. Cardinal has received many accolades and nominations for her two full-length albums, but most notably was awarded the 2020 Juno Award for Indigenous Artist of the Year and recently received two 2020 Western Canadian Music Award Nominations.
Tom Jackson: Stories, Songs, and Santa Causes will be featured on December 3 at 7:30 p.m.and kickstarts their holiday season. Jackson is a Canadian actor, musician and activist whose achievements in each discipline are said to be downright head-spinning and his career is said to be unparalleled, not to mention wildly acclaimed, abundantly decorated, and almost ridiculously interesting. Patrons can expect an evening of original music, sing-along tunes, and signature Christmas music from this master storyteller.
On December 11, Karen Fawcett (The Darling Diva) will perform ‘A Darling Diva Christmas’ presenting a magical, moving and merry Christmas program for audiences of all ages. The Darling Diva brings back the ‘old-fashioned’ feeling of Christmas with traditional carols, familiar favourites, and of course, songs about Santa, the reindeer, and what really happens “The 12 days AFTER Christmas!”
Moving into the new year on January 31, Vic Juba will see talent from The Trews who have been non-stop since the release of their latest single ‘The Wanderer’. The band has been touring their three-piece acoustic show since the safe return of live shows and is excited to announce a handful of full-band indoor shows in Western Canada for early next year.
If you are a fan of the ‘Friends’ TV show, FRIENDS: The Musical Parody presented on February 6 may be a night to enjoy. The Musical Parody is a comedic musical that lovingly pokes fun of the ever-popular show celebrating the adventures of your favourite group of friends as they navigate the pitfalls of work, life, and love in 1990s Manhattan.
Clayton Bellamy & The Congregation, will take the stage on February 12. Audiences will know Bellamy from The Road Hammers and from his solo records (Everyone’s a Dreamer and Five Crow Silver). Clayton is a multi-award-winning artist including five-time CCMA Award winner with The Road Hammers, 2017 Group or Duo of the Year, and 2006 Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year (The Road Hammers).
Vic Juba Community Theatre currently has the following COVID regulations in place to help prevent the spread of COVID.
Mandatory masking is required in all indoor spaces. Attendees must provide proof of being fully vaccinated or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of entry along with photo ID, children 12 and under are exempt from the proof of vaccination or negative test. To be considered fully vaccinated individuals must have received two doses with 14 days passed. Proof of vaccination can be a COVID-19 vaccine certificate/record on your mobile phone, or a printout, and it can also be the wallet cards received at time of immunization or printed from the Alberta website.
Vic Juba Community Theatre asks anyone planning on attending an event to please stay home if you feel ill or start to show COVID-19 symptoms. In this case, tickets will be refunded, also tickets will be refunded should an event be cancelled.
For more information on this event/upcoming events or COVID regulations please visit the Vic Juba website http://vicjubatheatre.ca/