The Hub November 2016 | Page 18

November2016 Wednesday 2 Thursday 3 Friday 4 Windsor International Film Festival Capitol Theatre A cinematic lineup of 107 films in six days! Now in its 12th year, WIFF is offering new features, interactive events, and a new lineup of films from around the world. Check the WIFF website for this year’s films and schedule. Runs through November 6 Life Drawing at Sho Sho: Art, Spirit and Performance Series features experienced models of all body types, expertly lit in an atmosphere ideally suited for creativity and socializing with other artists. Sessions are 3 hours long with refreshments and snacks available during breaks (on the hour). See Facebook for details. Leonardo and the Mona Lisa Art Gallery of Windsor Noon to 2 p.m. The popular AGW Art History Film Series returns with Raiders of the Lost Art. See website for details Prairie Songstress – Raine Hamilton 6:30 p.m. Atelier Virginianne Part prairie songstress, part storyweaver; each song has a story, delivered between songs with humour and grace. Resonant, acoustic folk with an other-worldly edge, and a lyric presence that cuts deep. Prism-clear vocals and strings; a combination of vocal agility and power. See website for details. BookFest Windsor Art Gallery of Windsor Ranked one of the top literary festivals in Canada, BookFest Windsor presents an audience-friendly program full of exciting stories. It draws Canadian authors, publishers, graphic artists, and their readers to downtown Windsor for a weekend of entertainment, discussion, and learning. See website for details. Runs through November 6 The God of Ecstasy Kordazone Theatre Directed by Jeff Marontate. This brilliant classic tragedy is an adaption of Euripides’ final work The Bacchae. The god of wine, Dionysus, returns to Greece disguised, to wreak vengeance on his disbelieving family headed by his cousin King Pentheus. Comedy ends in true horror as Pentheus learns the hard lesson that the gods must be revered. See website for details. Runs through November 6 and November 10-12 Staring Rob Tymec, Michelle Mainwaring & Christine (Bella) Chemello. See website for details. Also November 5 Italian Comedy Night Ciociaro Club 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Featuring comedians Guido Grasso and Pino Pirillo from Montreal! Please Note: this is a bilingual show in both Italian and English. Tickets include the famous Ciociaro Club Antipasto Buffet. Cash bar throughout the night. See website for details. 18 The HUB -November 2016 Wally’s Café Olde Walkerville Theatre 8 p.m. The Thames Theatre Company presents Wally’s Café, a comedy written by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark. This hilarious and heartwarming play about marriage and friendship takes audiences on a nostalgic trip back to the 40s, 50s, 60s and 80s. Embrace Your Weird Side Tour Mackenzie Hall 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Jessii Vee will be pre-screening never before seen videos and will give you an opportunity to ask her questions with members of her cast from her channel, and there are many more surprises planned. A lucky few will get to Meet and Greet her after the show. Join us and embrace your weird side for a night of laughs and entertainment. See website for details.