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Centre Stage will get $160K in renos
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Nanaimo Daily News
12 Mar 2013

Nanaimo Centre Stage will get $160,000 in renovation work to replace stucco wall cladding on the side of the building fronting Nicol Street, as well as other repairs to its brick veneer and chimney, council decided Monday night. The motion passed by a…read more…

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Council will vote Monday

Spencer Anderson, Daily News

Published: Saturday, March 09, 2013, Spencer Anderson/Daily News

A vote on whether to move forward with repairs to the Nanaimo Centre Stage community theatre comes before council Monday, and at least four council members appear poised to support renovations to the building.

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(And thanks Norm Abbey from Neighbours of Nob Hill for the heads up…:)

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November 2, 2011
Character Driven Media and El duende Communications present
David Francey: Fall Tour of his new release “Late Edition”
Doors Open at 7:00pm, show at 7:30pm
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J
oin three-time Juno Award winner David Francey for this intimate live performance of songs from his newest release “Late Edition”.
From carpenter to songwriter – Since leaving construction and recording Torn Screen Door in 1999 Scottish-born Canadian, David Francey is recognized as one of today’s finest singer-songwriters.
Francey has released 8 CDs to date. Francey’s CD, Right of Passage, earned him his third JUNO (Canada’s top music award) in less than 5 years. Francey also had the honour of receiving the prestigious SOCAN Folk Music Award.
David has just released his much-anticipated 9th CD, Late Edition. Recorded in Nashville with pal and producer, Kieran Kane. this CD is already picking up steam! “Late Edition” is David’s first solo release since the 2007 Juno-winning album “Right of Passage.” The album was recorded in Nashville, and David is joined by good friends Kieran Kane (“The O’Kanes”, wrote Alan Jackson’s hit “I’ll Go On Loving You”) and Fats Kaplin (accompanied Mark Knopfler, Nanci Griffith, Garth Brooks) — both also appear on David’s fourth CD, “Waking Hour.”  Also joining them is Richard Bennett (Mark Knopfler’s guitar player since 1994, played and recorded with many pop and rock greats) and drummer Lucas Kane. David is performing his three-month Canadian tour with Chris Coole and Mark Westberg this fall.

Get your tickets early, this event is sure to sell out! Tickets are available online at http://gigtickets.ca/tickets/index.php?event_id=21 or by calling 250.754.2264.

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