Tag Archive "comedy"


April 2018 Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

The April 2018 Oakville Centre performances are going to blow your socks off with Kim Mitchell, or your stomach is going to hurt because you’ll be laughing so hard during Rosanne Barr’s comedy routine.

Theatre Review: Come From Away comes home

The majestic Canadian musical Come From Away delivers on the lofty promise it made upon leaving for Broadway just over a year ago. The musical’s new production, now back in Toronto, has come home an ...

Movie Review: Game Night is a great night out

A games night at your home could be a pleasant way to spend an evening. Game Night, the new edgy crime comedy now playing in theatres, is equally enjoyable, though drastically more exciting. If you’re ...

Movie Review: Black Panther is a Powerful Beast

The hype, anticipation and the inescapable gossip is all true. Black Panther, the latest solo superhero feature from Marvel Studios, is more than your average superhero story. It’s the first great movie of 2018, and ...

Movie Review: Peter Rabbit Hops and Misses

Most young children today may be unfamiliar with the pleasant character of Peter Rabbit. The version currently playing in theatres, however, may confuse parents who remember the classic stories. And that’s both good and bad. ...

January 2018

January 2018 at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

The January 2018 performances at the Oakville Centre cover a range of entertainment. There is something for everyone, during this first month of the year

Movie Review: Flowery Ferdinand is Fine

Ferdinand isn’t like most run-of-the-mill family films. Instead of the often-predictable recycling of cheap jokes and slick animation, it opts for charm and thunderous heart. It’s not groundbreaking entertainment by a mile. But it’s entertaining ...

Movie Review: The Delightful Disaster Artist

There are hundreds of movies about making movies and movie themselves. It’s unsurprising to learn that the talented (and less so) people who make movies often like telling stories about the movies they make. But ...

Commute, Humour, Laura Machan

Let’s fix the commute

Lots of people think about changing jobs because of their commute. Maybe if, as commuters, we had a little more awareness, it would not be such a big deal.

Movie Review: You Can’t Miss Coco

Pixar Animation’s Coco is a creative triumph in numerous ways. While it exemplifies all the qualities of brilliant filmmaking, its greatest accomplishment is the rare success of its versatile attraction. The film is equally captivating ...

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