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DEVI International School presents: Liverpool’s Got Talent @ Astor Theatre
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm
The students and staff of the DEVI International School in Mill Village are back with another musical! This year they are performing Liverpool’s Got Talent – a fun musical for all ages.
Frankie Whynot believes in the magic of theatre. For many years, he has been the director of the Astor Theatre, but the money never seems enough. So he has to come up with one big final idea: real talent of real people on stage. A colorful bunch of artists will help him put this fantastic show on. „Liverpool’s Got Talent“ will save his beloved theatre – or put it to its final end.
Join us for this FREE show at 7pm on Friday March 31st.
Quote The Raven @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
Apr 13 @ 7:30 pm

Quote the Raven, consisting of Jordan Coaker and Kirsten Rodden-Clarke have been performing together for over a decade. The pair got their start in the small bars and pubs around St. John’s and in the past few years have rapidly grown to a household name around Canada and are steadily growing their clout on an international level. The dynamic duo have a harmonious blend that’s incomparable; it’s like the blending of two voices into one, while their Americana meets east coast songwriting and stage dynamic are irresistibly charming. Their sophomore album titled Can’t Hold the Light, an album that delves into the lives of working musicians won the 2022 ECMA for Contemporary Roots album of the year and has been nominated for two Canadian Folk Music Awards. It’s clear to see that Quote the Raven are on an upward trajectory with no slowing down in sight.

Kristen Martell’s hazy folk pop songs embrace life’s challenges and quiet moments of beauty.  With gentle arrangements, haunting harmonies and insightful messages her songs are the perfect soundtrack to ease your melancholy.  With an ECMA nomination and three Music Nova Scotia award nominations since her return to music in 2020, she is making a name for herself in the East Coast music scene and beyond.  Her latest album ‘Every Season‘ is her most confident, self-assured and emotionally compelling work to date.

Adam Baldwin with very special guest Old Man Luedecke @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
Apr 15 @ 7:30 pm

Canadian indie rock singer-songwriter Adam Baldwin will light up our Astor stage on April 15th with his soulful roots vibe! Baldwin has won several Nova Scotia Music Awards during his career and received several East Coast Music Award Nominations! With his special guest, two-time Juno Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Old Man Luedecke, this will be a Spring performance you will want to experience!

Tim Baker and All Hands with special guest Georgia Harmer @ The Astor Theatre
Apr 16 @ 8:00 pm

Tim Baker is a prolific wild-eyed dreamer. In late 2022, he returned with The Festival, a sonic embrace, a call in for love, and a cry out for connection. Tim wants us to bring our pain and suffering, and align it all with melody. The Festival is a kaleidoscopic view in these complicated times. Best known as the writer and front man of Hey Rosetta!, a Juno-nominated, Polaris-shortlisted, and multi award-winning band based in St. John’s, NL. With over 15 years of performing their high-energy spectacle in stadiums, clubs, theatres and major festivals around the world, Hey Rosetta! called it quits in 2017. Tim has since transitioned from being the leader and songwriter of a major indie rock band, ascending to a profound songwriter and producer. His solo LP, Forever Overhead, garnered him a Juno nomination for Songwriter of the Year, 3 East Coast Music Awards, and a Polaris long-list. He released The Eighteenth Hole Variations EP in 2019, the Side Door Sessions LP in 2020, and that same year, he released the Survivors EP.

The Hello Darlins @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
Apr 23 @ 7:30 pm

THE HELLO DARLINS is an award winning, powerhouse cast of some of Canada’s most in-demand session musicians combining all of their skills and influences to forge a distinct hybrid of country, gospel and blues.  Their work with artists includes a list that ranges from Shania Twain,  The Crashtest Dummies, as well as the late B.B. King and more.

The Missing Pages – Tom Allen @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
Apr 26 @ 7:30 pm

Tom Allen is bringing his “Chamber Musicals” back to Atlantic Canada with “The Missing Pages”: the incredible story about Beethoven and Canadian Theodore Molt.  This show has Tom narrating and acting the part of Anton Schindler, Lori Gemmell on harp, as well as singer Patricia O’Callaghan playing Susanna Sotto & pianist Gregory Oh (Theodore Molt), and renowned Canadian actor David Boyes as Ludwig van Beethoven.

This is the cast list, and the performers pictured in the photo:

Tom Allen                             narrator, actor (Anton Schindler)

Lori Gemmel                         harp

Derek Boyes                          actor (Ludwig van Beethoven)

Patricia O’Callaghan            vocals, actor (Susanna Sotto)

Gregory Oh                           piano, actor (Theodore Molt)


On December 16, 1825, Theodor Molt became the sole Canadian to meet Ludwig van Beethoven, but what could have happened between the two men? After Molt’s florid greeting in one of Beethoven’s notebooks, the following four pages were violently ripped out and destroyed. Betrayal? Competition? Scandal? Or just old-fashioned ego and pride? With music, song, drama, history and informed speculation, The Missing Pages investigates.

Roots ‘N’ Blues – A’Court, Spiegel, Vinnick @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
Apr 27 @ 7:30 pm

Join multi-award-winning artists, Canadians Suzie Vinnick and Charlie A’Court, and Australian Lloyd Spiegel, for a dynamic evening filled with songs, stories and laughs as they take their roots ‘n’ blues kitchen party from coast-to-coast.

Crossing the globe, commanding both festival and theatre stages, they are seasoned performers, singer-songwriters and storytellers on their own.  Witness the magic of these three remarkable and unique artists, showcasing not only their solo works, but their shared collaborations.

“Vinnick is a unique talent; a triple threat singer/songwriter/guitarist. She is emotive, joyous and funky all in the same song.” Blues Blast Magazine

“A’Court slides into his role as smooth soul man with ease…Singing high and mighty, rising into falsetto, getting into the groove, or slaying us with tenderness, he’s a singing tour-de-force.” Bob Mersereau, CBC

“Spiegel is ALL presence, authority, rhythm and drive. He epitomizes control, soul and passion with white hot ferocity and blazing instrumental mastery dangerous enough to spark a destructive inferno.”  – The Age, Melbourne

The Stories & Songs of Stompin’ Tom @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
May 7 @ 7:30 pm

The show (Endorsed by Tom’s family and his record label Anthem Records) features many Stompin Tom songs and stories about recording an album, touring and hanging out with Tom. The band known as Whiskey Jack, was a mainstay on the Tommy Hunter show. Over the years, Whiskey Jack has been joined on stage by special guests: Gordon Lightfoot, The Good Brothers, Russell DeCarle, JP Cormier, Cindy Church and many more.

The concert is best described as a personalized, behind-the-scenes portrait of Stompin’ Tom Connors from the band’s many years on the road with Tom. The show features a carefully crafted blend of Connors’ greatest hits and some of the outrageous, yet true stories of Whiskey Jack’s experiences with Tom. The band also perform songs from the performers who inspired him and who he inspired. This is a show that will entertain fans of all musical genres. A performance that guarantees that everyone will leave the event with a smile on their face.

Ballet Jörgen – Dance for All @ The Astor Theatre
May 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

This mixed program will showcase excerpts from major classical ballets such as Romeo & Juliet, The Nutcracker, our smash hit Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet®, along with exciting new contemporary works by Canadian choreographers. Creation for some of these new works began during Covid lockdowns with the dancers and choreographers working virtually over video calls from their homes, others were created in our dance studios under a variety of Covid regulations. You will see the creativity, dedication and artistry that has gone into each creation by Ballet Jörgen’s extraordinary artists.

Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 on the day of the show.

The Good Brothers @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
May 13 @ 7:30 pm

The Good Brothers who won eight Juno awards for Best Country Group and headlined gigs at Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, The National Art Centre and performed countless shows at L.A.’s Universal Amphitheatre with (their mentor) Gordon Lightfoot have gained a worldwide audience over the course of their accomplished career. The Goods’ were honoured by being the 2004 inductees into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame as well as two nominations for Country Group and Roots Artist of the year at the Canadian Country Music Awards. They have toured in Europe 40 times, where their loyal legion of fans embrace them time and time again.

The Wildflowers – Tom Petty Tribute @ The Astor Theatre Liverpool
May 28 @ 7:30 pm

“Who doesn’t love Tom Petty?” bassist Darryell Stone asked himself one day in 2012 while listening to the radio. There was only one answer he could imagine, “Nobody.” Testing his hypothesis, Stone polled friends, family and fellow musicians how they felt about Petty. The result was always the same. Everyone loves Tom Petty.

One of these fellow musicians just happened to be Tom Petty’s doppelganger, guitarist and lead vocalist Jonathan Guthrie. Guthrie was an avid fan and had always fantasized about being a Heartbreaker. As two seasoned musicians and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers fans, there was really only one thing for them to do – form a Tom Petty tribute band.

The new Tom Petty tribute band rehearsed with one focus – to recreate the music of Tom Petty with precision, attention to detail, and a reverent respect. Parts were studied in great detail, down to inflections in the very way each word of every lyric was sung.

Performing locally in the first year, it didn’t take long for the band to be noticed. Word spread quickly, which led to more shows outside the band’s home state, which led to more word of mouth and exposure. Soon the band was gaining interest from venues across the southeast, which led to more travel and more Tom Petty fans discovering them.

Jump ahead 100 shows and The Wildflowers have become one of the most popular tribute shows across the southeast US, and quickly gaining recognition in other regions.

Equipped with decades of experience and a passion for Tom Petty’s magic way with songs, The Wildflowers bring music lovers of all stripes what they adore. More Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.