Category Archives: Beat News

New Youth Musical Theatre Program at Huron Country Playhouse, July 4 – July 8, 2016

Youth Musical Theatre Program Enhance your musical theatre skills and HAVE FUN alongside others who share the same dreams.   Drayton Entertainment is a registered, not-for-profit charitable organization, and one of Canada's most successful professional theatre companies. Our brand new Youth Musical Theatre Program is designed to cultivate creativity, ignite imagination, and boost confidence while…
Read more

Keep The Beat Beating! Become a Supporting Member of The Beat Magazine

History • The Beat Magazine was founded in the summer of 2009 by a group of writers and artists who were unhappy with the sparse coverage the local Arts & Culture scene was receiving from local media, especially the London Free Press • From its beginning the publication was artist-driven and focused on the local…
Read more

Fanshawe Chorus London presents Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana

London’s own Katy Clark, soprano and 2014 Kiwanis Rose Bowl Finalist, joins 242 cast members from Fanshawe Chorus London, the Concert Players Orchestra, members of ‘We Play On” Orchestra, Chorus Hamilton, the Pearson Singers and guest soloists for the full orchestral version, including five tympani, of Carl Orff’s rollicking ~ Carmina Burana ~ 7:30pm March…
Read more

Changes at The ARTS Project

2016 has brought in new leadership, and new programs at the ARTS Project. At our Annual General Meeting in January, Robin Honey, Chief Creative Officer at Arcane, the Board President who helped nurture the ARTS Project to its modern identity, stepped aside to continue to serve the organization as Past President. As an active supporter…
Read more

The Beat Magazine is Back!

In October 2009, on the eve of the publication of the first issue of The Beat Magazine (then known as The Beat: Arts In London), I posed this question: "Why does London need a new arts magazine?" Today, in February 2016, I am posing the same question about the revived online only publication, The Beat…
Read more