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Concert Series

The Flin Flon Arts Council presents six to eight productions per year. Individuals can purchase a season pass which allows for entrance to any five shows throughout the year .

Ham Sandwich Theatre

            NOISES OFF

Directed by Raphael and Susan Saray

March 15 & 16 2024

Described by the New York Times as a “spectacularly funny festival of delirium” Noises off is one of if not the funniest play ever written. A boisterous comedy about; putting on a comedy. A play within a play filled with on and off stage intrigue. Noises Off is a modern twist on the classic British farce - taking the audience in front and behind the scenes. We follow a fledgling theatre company from rehearsals to a touring run where most of the drama is backstage. As on stage is a field with burglars, sardines, bags boxes, sheets, glue...sardines etc. Ham Sandwich invites you to an outrageous comedic spectacle, brought to life by a 100% local cast and crew. Viewer discretion is advised.

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Royal Winnipeg 

April 13, 2024

Flin Flon Community Centre

The stars of tomorrow deliver exhilarating performances highlighting the versatility of the Anna McCowan-Johnson Aspirants. Immerse yourself in an intimate and engaging series of performances delighting fans of classical and contemporary dance alike. From timeless classics to daring new creations, On the Edge will celebrate the artistic legacy of the RWB and André Lewis, O.M. and demonstrate the School’s continued innovation. The performance will include excerpts from the lively and charming classical ballet,Don Quixote, filled with romance, fun, and Spanish flair, as well as an excerpt from Rudi Van Dantzig's beautifully haunting Four Last Songs. On the Edge will also feature modern creations by RWB School Resident Choreographer Gabriela Rehak, fiery flamenco from RWB School Artistic Faculty Maritel Centurion and a new work from former RWB Company Soloist Yosuke Mino. Meredith Rainey will also create a piece on the Aspirants. He last choreographed a piece for the RWB Company’s Fast Forward, commissioned through Pathways to Performance, a program in partnership with Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet designed to engage Black choreographers in a meaningful way with dance companies. Up-and-coming choreographer from the Anna McCowan-Johnson Aspirant Program, Grace Frazer-Sneddon, will also premiere Clowning Around, a show-stopping solo originally created for the world-renowned Prix de Lausanne Young Creation Award competition.


Flin Flon Community Choir


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