All events will be at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre located at 1007 Vernon Ave

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Reeds in the Wind

Thursday December 14, 2017 - 7:30pm

Kamloops Symphony Chamber Musicians:

Marea Chernoff, Oboe; Sally Arai, Clarinet; Olivia Martin, Bassoon

Members of the Kamloops Symphony showcase their wonderful artistry, performing beautiful music with the power to transport you to other worlds. Experience the intimacy of music for small ensembles.

Explore the sensuous sounds of early 1900s France before being whisked away to hear a fresh voice in classical composition – contemporary American composer Jenni Brandon.

Opening Act – Revelstoke Community Band


Tickets: $15

Ascending Afghanistan: Rising Women

Friday December 15 - 7:30pm

On August 6, 2015, a team of 13 young female Afghan climbers came together for a historic moment. They set out to become the first women to reach an unclimbed peak in stunning Panjshir province with the assistance of experienced climbers from Ascend, a non-profit organization that teaches leadership skills through athletics.

VICE Impact followed these women along their perilous journey and documented their goal of changing the narrative about the heights women are able to achieve and to conquer the complex social boundaries of being a young woman in Afghanistan.

Watch the Vice produced documentary and meet some of the team in person and by video link for a live Q&A afterward.

Ascend Athletics

This event is a fundraiser for Ascend: Leadership Through Athletics and all proceeds will go to supporting future projects by Ascend to change the perception about women and gender equality in Afghanistan.

Tickets: $10 advance, $12 at the door

The Nutcracker by Ballet Victoria

Monday & Tuesday December 18 & 19, 2017 - 7:30pm

In their show, Ballet Victoria will whisk you away to a fantasyland where nothing exists except you, the music, and the wonder-filled story. The Nutcracker delivers everything you expect from a Ballet Victoria performance: beautifully executed dance, brilliant costumes, complex choreography, and a bit of humour as the night unleashes into a whirlwind of unexpected vignettes and surprises.

Tickets: Adults $25, Kids $10

6th Annual Coffee House Extravaganza Hootenanny

Friday December 29, 2017 - 7:30pm

The Revelstoke Coffee House 6th annual Extravaganza Hootenanny features two brilliant Southern Interior BC duos.  The first – in no particular order – has yet to feature a Revelstoke Coffee House, but at long last we will be graced by Salmon Arm’s Chicken-Like Birds.  Bear witness to the well-polished, fun and funky Jasmin Fredrickson and Ari Lantela who play original country blues, swing and rag-time.  The second feature, coming from the charming town of Kaslo, are an inspiring wife-husband / mother-father of three / singer-songwriter duo called The Eisenhauers.  They play a sparing and emotive repertoire of original music, much of which bears the theme of moving from the big city to a small rural town in the mountains.  Also on offer will be some short performances by local favourites!
Going into its eighth season, the Revelstoke Coffee House is the primary community event celebrating local talent and live acoustic music.  The monthly Revy Coffee House, running from fall to the spring at The United Church (besides December), welcomes performers to sign up and play, audience members to mingle, sit and enjoy, and features established acts from Revelstoke and beyond.

Tickets: $10


Stephen Fearing

Wednesday January 31, 2018 - 7:30pm

Preceded onstage by the talented Oh Susanna and touring in support of his ninth solo record, Stephen Fearing’s music is a mesmerizing blend of folk, roots, and pop. A founding member of Canadian roots-rock, Fearing is a beguiling teller of tales and master guitarist.  The tour will be a unique experience for fans accustomed to seeing Fearing play solo as he will be accompanied by a rhythm section composed of bassist Rob Becker and drummer Leon Power.  

Tickets: $20

Loving Vincent

Wednesday January 24, 2017 - 7:30pm

Director: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman

Country:  UK | Poland

Language: English

Rating: PG

The world’s first fully oil painted feature film, Loving Vincent brings the artwork of Vincent van Gogh to life in an exploration of the complicated life and controversial death of one of history’s most celebrated artists.

Brings a poetic sense of tragedy to the last act of van Gogh’s life, and fresh insight into the kind of man he was. – Peter Debruge, Variety

rms-logo-lgRevelstoke Multicultural Society & Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre present Movies in the Mountains, the best multicultural films from the Toronto International Film Festival on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

Tickets: Films: $8 Three Film Pass: $20 Six Film Pass: $30


Hank Williams Live – 1952

Tuesday February 19, 2018 - 7:30pm

Joe Matheson, who has been dubbed “the quintessential voice of Hank Williams”, is an accomplished professional actor and singer. This fully scripted musical theatre piece is Joe’s personal tribute to the King of Country Music. It’s not a true story, but the stories are true. And if it ain’t exactly factual, well, as Hank would say, “What Momma don’t know won’t hurt’er!”

Tickets: $30

Robin Hood by DuffleBag Theatre

Saturday February 24, 2018 - 3pm

RE/MAX Revelstoke Family Series
Since 1992, The “Nearly World-Famous” DuffleBag Theatre has traveled the globe with their original adaptations of fairy tales and classic stories. With wit and humour for all ages; DuffleBag creates an exciting, interactive and unique experience for all.
While the King is away, the people of England suffer under the oppressive rule of his tax-happy brother, Prince John. Only a straight arrow like Robin Hood, the best archer in the land, can save England! By stealing from the rich and giving back to the poor, Robin keeps the spirit of justice alive – with the help of a few friends along the way. But what if the Prince and the dreaded Sheriff of Nottingham lay a trap for our hero? With all the humour and fun you’ve come to expect, DuffleBag hits the mark with this on-target tale of derring-do!
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Tickets: Adults $10, Kids $5

The Other Side of Hope

Wednesday February 28, 2018 - 7:30pm

Director: Aki Kaurismäki 

Country: Finland/Germany 

Language: English, Finnish, Arabic, Swedish

Rating: PG-13 

A failing restaurant owner hires a young Syrian refugee he finds sleeping in the inner yard of the restaurant, in this Silver Bear–winning dramedy from acclaimed Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki.

The Other Side of Hope is a film full of playful asides and moving moments, outbursts of music, joy and despair. – Paul Whitington, Irish Independent

rms-logo-lgRevelstoke Multicultural Society & Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre present Movies in the Mountains, the best multicultural films from the Toronto International Film Festival on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

Tickets: Films: $8 Three Film Pass: $20 Six Film Pass: $30


Black Umfolosi

Saturday March 24, 2018 - 7:30pm

Black Umfolosi were formed in 1982 by school friends in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, who named themselves after the Umfolozi Omnyama River in South Africa – to where their ancestors can be traced. 

 Their performances are energy driven and completely engaging, mixing a great gentleness of spirit and song with an exuberance in dance. Their trademark harmonies mixed with intricate rhythms, clicking and clapping are highlighted during their brilliantly choreographed shows with a full range of movements from subtle to vibrant stomping and leaping!  

 Their famous Gumboot Dances showcase the traditional styles and rituals of the South African mining regions and are a particular crowd pleaser

Tickets: Adults $20, Kids $10

The Divine Order

Wednesday March 28, 2018 - 7:30pm

Director: Petra Volpe 

Country: Switzerland 

Language: English, German, Italian, Schwyzerdütsch

Rating: PG

A housewife rebels against sexism by leading the fight for women’s suffrage in 1971 Switzerland in Petra Volpe’s feel-good drama.

rms-logo-lgRevelstoke Multicultural Society & Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre present Movies in the Mountains, the best multicultural films from the Toronto International Film Festival on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

Tickets: Films: $8 Three Film Pass: $20 Six Film Pass: $30


La Monarca by Flamenco Rosario

Saturday April 7, 2018 - 7:30pm

Flamenco Rosario brings the rhythm and song of flamenco to Revelstoke. Flamenco is a highly expressive dance form that combines dance, guitar playing, and singing. Hand-clapping, sweeping arm movements, and percussive feet stomping characterize the dance that is also known for its vibrant and eye-catching costumes.

La Monarca lends insight into our motivations and driving force through understanding the Monarch butterfly; its cycle of life and constant migration

Tickets: $20

God is a Scottish Drag Queen by Mike Delamont

Thursday April 12, 2018 - 7:30pm

This highly acclaimed one-man comedy has become the most popular show on the Canadian Fringe Festival circuit. Written and performed by a 15 time ‘Best of the Fest’ winner and three-time Canadian Comedy Award Nominee, the star in this play is everyone’s favourite deity. Dressed in a floral power suit, the omnipotent playwright as the Almighty descends from above to skewer everything from Justin Bieber to the Pope. 

 In “one of the funniest stand-up routines ever,” according to the Orlando Weekly, God has chosen to present himself to the audience in order to clear up some misunderstandings about himself and his role as the Creator. “Hilarious, divinely and wickedly funny,” (Montreal Gazette), this show is a way for God to let off some steam about what humans have been doing and not doing, and to share how he will stay calm regardless.

Tickets: $20

Uzume Taiko

Saturday April 21, 2018 - 3pm

RE/MAX Revelstoke Family Series
This group’s desire to take artistic risks and fuse its music with a myriad of like-minded and fearless collaborators, has made for a unique, refreshing musical experience unlike any other. To see Uzume Taiko is unforgettable. Known around the world for their bold music, humour, and theatrical stage presence, they have hand crafted a unique brand of West-Coast Canadian Taiko drumming that offers a unique experience to their audience.

Tickets: Adults $10, Kids $5