Playing the game

Cassandra Getty, Museum London curator of art, tries out one of the art pieces in the Free Play exhibit, which is running now until May 8. The show features 15 pieces, including, Composition #7 by Cory Arcangel, which utilizes the Guitar Hero video game.

Presidential excitement

Peter Devlin, the former Commander of the Canadian Army, says he has grown quite a bit since he was appointed the fifth president in the history of Fanshawe College back in 2013.

The Mountaintop

E.B. Smith and Beryl Bain are busy rehearsing for the Grand Theatre’s upcoming presentation of The Mountaintop, Feb. 9-27. The Mountaintop — with Smith as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Bain as the hotel maid Camae — is an exploration of King’s last night before his April 4, 1968 assassination.

Sharing a love of music

Laurel Martin is leader of L'Arche London's Monday Morning Music Club, which gives the organization's core members, and members of the wider public, the opporutnity to share their love of music.

Arcadia at Procunier Hall

Tom Stoppard's critically praised play, Arcadia, is being produced by the London Community Players, Feb. 4-13, the Palace Theatre’s Procunier Hall.

Taking a look back

For each of the past 14 years, The Grand Theatre has invited writers from London and the surrounding area to submit short works, which are then performed at the two-day Playwrights Cabaret. Susan Ferley, the Grand's artistic director, launched the event and Jeff Culbert directed this past weekend's edition.

New boss at CMHA Middlesex

Dr. Stephen Harrison was recently hired as CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Middlesex. His first official day on the job is Monday, March 7.

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