When Regina Gudelis sits down to paint, she doesn’t always know where the brushstrokes are going to take her, but just being in front of a canvas always manages to pull something out of her. She describes her artwork as expressive and abstract, it is emotional and created from in the inside out.
Audiences will have the chance to travel back in time and reminisce of the days where women activists burned their bras and iconic music made its debut.
It’s an eerie tale most locals will remember from childhood – a family of outcasts massacred by an armed mob made up of their own neighbours, the Black Donnellys of Lucan, Ontario had quite the reputation, and still do.
Mark McLean has travelled by motorcycle across Canada and America, including the Yukon and southern states, taking in sights along the way that he later translates onto canvas.
The Victoria Playhouse is bringing a heartfelt sex comedy to their stage this month.
On April 19 tens of thousands celebrated Canadian National Film Day across the Country; hundreds of venues screened films free of charge, including Petrolia’s own Victoria Hall.
Burlington based artist Tammy Hext will be debuting a collection of colourful paintings this week at Victoria Hall.
The Lambton Young Theatre Players have taken the stage this week, performing a new adaptation of The Three Musketeers by local playwright Bethany Lawrence.
Victoria Playhouse Petrolia is back in action for 2017, opening their Canadian themed season with a fun and energetic musical show – Fiddler on the Moose.