On Nov. 20, the award-winning group Sweet Alibi is releasing their latest album with a show at the West End Cultural Centre. Walking in the Dark, the Winnipeg group’s third full-length album, captures raw emotions and tells stories about life journeys. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.
Manitoba Country Music Awards were handed out last week. Don Amero picked up Male Artist of the Year and Kendra Kay was named Female Artist of the Year. Kimberley Dawn walked away with the Aboriginal Country Music Award and Leanne Pearson was given the Emerging Artist Award. The awards were given out by the Manitoba Country Music Association.
The Neighbourhood Watch presents An Evening with Bucko on Nov. 20. At 8 p.m., the comedic improv show will get started. Each group will perform on their own and will also all get on stage together. The show takes place at the Exchange Community Church and is $5 for students, $7 for everyone else.
Sentruhl, a restaurant in downtown, will be donating 15 per cent of proceeds and all tips from its dinner Nov. 21 to the French chapter of the International Federation of Red Cross. Each week, the ongoing pop-up restaurant serves one seating a set menu. This week’s theme will be French cuisine. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. To reserve a seat, email sentruhl.wpg@ gmail.com.
Until spring 2016, the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) will have an abstract art exhibit. Abstract Objectives: Painting and Sculpture, 1950 – Present will feature primarily work by Canadian artists, including Irene Whittome and Paul Hunter. Sculpture and paintings will show how abstract changed over 60 years, including pieces that explore colour and shape, and that challenge assumptions about abstract art.