This Week in Fredericton (Nov. 4-10)

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A quick run through some of the events happening this week in the world of art, music and film.

Kill Chicago celebrate the release of their new album The Fix with a show at The Capital on November 8.

Monday

Monday Night Film Series: The Photograph

Ritesh Batra returns with another nuanced love story about the hopes, dreams, and identities of ordinary people. With gentle poignancy, Batra explores moments of both isolation and connection amidst the otherwise chaotic urban landscape of Mumbai. An unlikely couple who come from different walks of life meet in a busy public square. Miloni (Sanya Malhotra) is a shy young woman studying to become an accountant. Rafi (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) is an older, reclusive street photographer, who makes ends meet by taking portraits of tourists at city landmarks. One day Rafi takes Miloni’s portrait, and it leaves an indelible imprint on them both.

The Photograph | Monday Night Film Series | Tilley Hall, Room 102, UNB Campus | Nov. 4, 2019 – 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday

Open Mic Night at The Capital. Dylan Ward hosts this weekly event at The Capital. If you are a duo, or a band, stop by and try out a new tune in front of a very encouraging crowd. 9 p.m. No cover.

CHSR Presents: Richie Young. Richie Young performs as part of the third season of live performances in the lobby at CHSR (SUB Building, UNB). 7 p.m. Free.

Stand Up Comedy at the Capital with Eric Johnston, Paul Lewis & Anthony Bryan. Eric Johnston is a Canadian Stand-Up Comedian, Actor and M.C. from Hamilton, Ontario. A professionally trained entertainer, he was educated at both Humber College Theatre Arts and the prestigious Vancouver Film School. An agile, high energy and diverse performer, Eric stars in the International Children’s show “Splatalot”, which is seen on major networks in over 170 Countries around the world (including Netflix) by day, and performs nightly on some of the top comedy stages and Comedy Festivals in North America. 7 p.m.

FHS Music Department presents Fall Concert at the Tom Morrison Theatre. The show will feature the String Ensemble (under the direction of Alison Milne), the Jazz Ensemble (directed by Craig Woodcock) and the Concert Band (conducted by Greg Webber). Come enjoy the work we have accomplished thus far with these remarkable student performers! Admission is by donation. 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday

Theatre UNB’s Intro to Acting & Performance Monologue Showcase at Memorial Hall. UNB’s English/Drama 1173 Intro to Acting and Performance students invite you to their showcase. Join us for a series of monologues, both classical and contemporary, highlighting the developing skills of our first-year drama students. The price is pay-what-you-will. 8 p.m.

NB Film Co-op 40th Anniversary Celebration at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Where did the time go? The New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative is celebrating 40 years of independent cinema magic in New Brunswick in 2019. To commemorate this special milestone anniversary, the Film Co-op is planning a special anniversary event. This historical exhibition/screening/party is in partnership with the Provincial Archives and, will take us into the 2019 Silver Wave Film Festival. 6 p.m.

Rebecca Fisseha at UNBF Reading Series in the Alumni Lounge. Join Rebecca Fisseha as she reads from her latest work, Daughters of Silence, a gripping tale of self-discovery. Books will be for sale courtesy of the UNB Bookstore. 7:30 p.m.

Lip Service- A Lip Sync Battle at Grimross Brewing Co. Ever want to get on stage and sing your heart out, but feel you voice is not strong enough? Here is your chance. You can battle it out for a $100 cash prize. Admission by donation in support of CHSR FM. 7:30 p.m.

Thursday

Theatre UNB’s Intro to Acting & Performance Monologue Showcase at Memorial Hall. UNB’s English/Drama 1173 Intro to Acting and Performance students invite you to their showcase. Join us for a series of monologues, both classical and contemporary, highlighting the developing skills of our first-year drama students. The price is pay-what-you-will. 8 p.m.

Rob Lutes at The Tipsy Muse Café. A double Maple Blues Award nominee as Acoustic Act and Songwriter of the Year in 2017, on his seventh album, Walk in the Dark, he does what he has done for years: kicks up a little dust, wades into some deep waters and tackles the realities of the world with depth, humour and a unique musical style. 7:30 p.m.

Tara MacLean’s Atlantic Blue at The Playhouse. Celebrated PEI born singer/songwriter, Tara MacLean, takes you on a journey into the past, telling the story of how music arrived and thrived on the East Coast of Canada. Atlantic Blue is about the place and the people behind classic songs like Sonny’s Dream, Put Your Hand in the Hand, Fare Thee Well Love, Movin’ on, Working Man, and many more, who found a way to create beauty from the challenging experiences in their own lives. The depth of this show comes from Tara’s own relationship with each of these writers. To ensure historical accuracy, she worked with those living songwriters and the families/representatives of those who are no longer with us. 7:30 p.m.

First Public Sharing of New Work MAW by Samaqani Cocahq (Natalie Sappier) at Memorial Hall. This will be presented in collaboration with movement director Possesom Paul. An artist talk will follow the performance. MAW is a compilation of stories inspired by family, community and ancestral landscapes. MAW is a two-spirit being who travels in different times, entering different bodies and different landscapes unknowingly on a quest for understanding community history, upbringing and the magic of land connection. 6:30 p.m.

Russell Louder + Sorrey + Jerry Faye at The Capital. Sorrey bring their new album to Fredericton with fellow islander Russell Louder and Fredericton’s own Jerry Faye. 9 p.m.

Comedy Night At The Wilser’s Room. Why not spend your post Halloween Thursday with an ever reliable, always talented lineup of wonderful comedians from our province and beyond!! 8:30 p.m.

Friday

The Tragically Hip Tribute & Brain Tumour Foundation Fundraiser at The Delta. Join us in support of the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada for dinner and a can’t-miss show with The Fabulously Rich: Tragically Hip Tribute. Tickets are available now at http://bit.ly/2m1Qa5o for Dinner and Show: $49, or Just the Show: $29. 6:30 p.m.

The Galpines at The Tipsy Muse Café. If you enjoy your honky-tonk on the bawdy side, this award-winning, all-female, crass-country, hyphen-lovin’ comedy-band from the shady neighbourhoods of Moncton, NB will be right up your alley. 7 p.m.

Jim Axelrod Big Little Band at Wilmot United Church. You’ll hear songs made famous by Billie Holiday, Ray Charles, Dutch Mason, the Downchild Blues Band, and more. Enjoy the excellent acoustics of Wilmot United Church. Admission is by donation. 7 p.m.

Men of the 90’s Fundraiser at Grimross Brewing Co. We did Women of the 90’s. Now it’s the guys turn. We want to see all your movember stache’s as we raise some cash for Living roots and the fight against prostate cancer. 8 p.m.

Kill Chicago album release show at The Capital. Kill Chicago release The Fix with special guests Midnight Vesta and Seas. 8 p.m.

Saturday

Fall Cultural Gala at the Multicultural Association of Fredericton. Join in for the event of the year, organized by Bangladeshi-Canadian Association of New Brunswick (BCANB).This will be a late afternoon and early evening full of performances by various multicultural associations, foods from different cultures to taste, display booths to explore, and much more. Everyone is welcome and it’s free! Come meet people from different parts of the world, learn about new cultures, and enjoy sights, sounds, and flavours from around the world, all brought together under one roof. 4-8 p.m.

Paper Beat Scissors + Graeme Kennedy at The Capital. Paper Beat Scissors’ album release show with special guest Graeme Kennedy. 8 p.m.

Busty and the Bass & More – A Folly Fundraiser at The Capital. Enjoy music, dance and have a drink in support of Folly Fest. 8 p.m.

Joyful Noise at The Tipsy Muse Café. Joyful Noise draw influence from a wide array of contemporary and foundation artists in the jazz, funk, and blues traditions, as well as style elements from rock, electronica, and pop culture. Guaranteed fun. 7 p.m.

Artist Talk: Beneath the Surface 2019 at The George Fry Gallery. We are pleased to present an artist talk/meet and greet to close our most recent exhibition. Three artists from the show who attended the Beneath the Surface residency in Fundy National Park this past June and created work for the show in consultation with curator Craig Schneider will be present to discuss their pieces in the show: Jacqueline Bourque, Anna Mathis, and Tomo Ingalls. Other artists from the residency and Ali Murphy, the Executive Director of CraftNB will also be at the talk. Please stay tuned for updates! Catalogs are also available for $30 each. Please join us as we wish CraftNB’s 2nd edition of Beneath the Surface exhibition farewell as it starts a tour of the province. For more information on touring dates please contact CraftNB at 450-8989. Craft NB and The George Fry Gallery acknowledge the gracious support and assistance from the Government of New Brunswick, the Canada Council for the Arts, the New Brunswick Crafts Foundation, and Fundy National Park, and the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design.

Fundraiser Exhibition for Chrysalis House at Gallery on Queen. We are pleased to host an exhibition fundraiser by George Strunz and Katie FitzRandolph in support of Youth in Transition. We invite you to join us at the gallery as we support Chrysalis House in their work to support youth in Fredericton. 2-4 p.m.

Dose – A tribute to Gov’t Mule at Grimross Brewing Co. It has been a few years since the mighty MULE have played Fredericton and we know some of you have the itch, so here is your chance. 8 p.m.

AFRO VYBZ at The Phoenix. DJ Luis and DJ Whine-It will be one the 1’s & 2’s bring you the best HIP POP, SOCA, DANCEHALL, AFROBEATS and more, Live at The Phoenix Night Club. If its a hit, they’ve got it. 10 p.m.

Sunday

PIGS – Canada’s Pink Floyd at The Playhouse. PIGS celebrate the long history of Pink Floyd by bringing to life countless fan favourites from the Floyd’s vast catalogue. Join them for an evening of deep cuts from records lost in the mists of time and gigantic hit songs from the crucial mid-70s years. On their In the Flesh tour, PIGS are bringing the majestic music and legendary concert experience of Pink Floyd to fans across North America. 7:30 p.m.

THTM + Capital 6 + Voodoo Sometimes at The Capital. Two of Fredericton’s finest join Halifax group Voodoo Sometimes for an evening of music at Wilser’s Room. 10 p.m.

The Mahones at The Capital. From an Irish pub to an Academy Award winning movie: The Mahones have come a long way in 29 years. Heralded as pioneers of the Irish punk scene, and internationally recognized as one of the best and hardest working punk outfits around, The Mahones formed on St. Patrick’s Day in 1990, and have been working on their own brand of Irish punk ever since. 9 p.m.

This Week in Fredericton was created with notes from the Fredericton Arts Alliance‘s weekly newsletter as well as Music Runs Through It‘s weekly Fredericton music update. We encourage you to visit both these valuable community resources for more detailed information on these and other events happening This Week in Fredericton. 

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