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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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This is the Time (Coastal Sounds Choir Association Christmas Concert and Cantata)

On Sunday, December 18th, Coastal Sounds Choir Association is back with their annual Christmas Concert and Cantata Project! The Cantata, This is the Time, is compiled and arranged by Dr. David Buley, and features a band lead by Evan Smith. This is the Time is a combination of nostalgic jazz Christmas classics, and uplifting choral …

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$20.00
Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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RCAT Presents Penning the Carol

LSPU Hall

December 22nd & 23rd, 8pm December 22nd live stream December 23rd 2pm matinee Penning The Carol is celebrating its 20th anniversary as one of Newfoundland’s favorite Christmas traditions! Written and performed by Aiden Flynn, this solo retelling of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” supposes that Scrooge and the accompanying cast of characters were created in …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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Recurring Event Folk Night at the Ship

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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