Sudbury arts and entertainment briefs: Production runs to Nov. 5

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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time continues its run this week.

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YES Theatre and the Sudbury Theatre Centre are staging Christopher Boone’s award-winning play, starring Colton Gobbo, until Nov. 5. 

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time tells the story of a boy with an extraordinary brain. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbour’s dog, it takes him on a moving journey that upturns his world.

Tickets are available at The show runs until Nov. 5. 

Gillian Schultze opens new gallery

Sudbury-based artist Gillian Schultze is launching a new gallery at the Cedar Pointe Plaza, 1984 Regent St. She is hosting an opening party on Nov. 10 from 4-9 p.m. The entrance is located through Summit Physiotherapy, unit 15.

Throughout November and December, the Schultze Gallery will be open Thursdays and Fridays from 3-6 p.m., and Saturdays from noon to 6 p.m. The gallery will also be open by appointment by calling 705-918-0612.

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The Glorious Sons stop by Sudbury Arena

The Glorious Sons will perform at the Sudbury Community Arena as part of their 2023-24 North American tour. The show takes place Nov. 29. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts an hour later.

Tickets are on sale now. Buy yours online at; by telephone at 705-671-3000; or in person at the arena box office, 240 Elgin St.

General admission standing tickets are $84.39 each; there is reserved seating at $84.39, $69.39 and $52.39; and VIP tickets cost $220 or $335. Ticket delivery is digital only.

For more information, please go to

Serena Ryder presents Merry Myths tour 2023

Serena Ryder is embarking on the Merry Myths Tour 2023.

Join Ryder in celebrating cherished and contemporary Christmas classics this holiday season. Tickets are on sale now.

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Following her critically acclaimed Christmas Kisses album, Ryder is re-discovering the magic of the holidays by unpacking their roots. Where did Santa Claus come from? What pagan mythology birthed some of the most widely known and long-standing traditions of Christmas culture?

Ryder has been fascinated with these very questions and is bringing to light some musical magic in their wake. This unique show filled with mythmas is fun for the whole family.

Ryder will play the Fraser Auditorium on Dec. 13. To purchase tickets, please go to

A Christmas Rockstory coming to Sudbury 

Q Productions Las Vegas is thrilled to announce the Canadian tour of the electrifying

show, A Christmas Rockstory: A holiday circus spectacular. It stops by the Sudbury arena on Dec. 14 for one night only.

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A Christmas Rockstory is an electrifying and heartwarming stage show that combines the excitement of rock music with the festive cheer of a Christmas circus. The show features a cast of talented and award-winning specialty acts and acrobats who dazzle the audience with their jaw-dropping performances. From acrobatics and aerial stunts to edge-of-your-seat daredevils, the circus performers showcase their extraordinary skills in an awe-inspiring display of talent.

The high-energy rock music soundtrack, featuring both original songs and beloved Christmas classics, sets the tone for a thrilling and unforgettable experience. 

With its unique blend of rock music, circus arts and holiday spirit, A Christmas Rockstory is an amazing show that promises to captivate audiences of all ages and leave them with a heartwarming and memorable experience. It’s a perfect celebration of the holiday season with a rockstar twist.

Tickets for A Christmas Rockstory are on sale now. Prices start at $45, plus fees. Secure your seats by going to or by calling 705-671-3000.

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