Upcoming shows at the Langham Cultural Centre, Oct 17th to May 2020

The New Customs – Nov 8, 2019 @ 7pm – $15

Evocative Indie-folk duo hailing from that hot-bed of musical creativity Winnipeg, the Customs are the compelling blend of guitarist Emma Cloney’s haunting voice with the eclectic riffing of multi-instrumentalist Dale Brown – fiddle, mandolin, bouzouki, cigar box guitar, & vocals.
 “…definitely something you need to check out. Folking Amazing!” – Canadian beats.
Lucas Myers ROOF – Nov 29 & 30, 2019 @ 7pm – $20

From the creator of A Beginners Guide to Kaslovia, comes a new reno-centric comedy! Meet Dave, a highly successful real estate agent who is living the dream: beautiful kids, nice car, great wife, gorgeous sound system, designer kitchen.However, just as he is about to launch his own self improvement video series, he discovers his refurbished character house has major roof issues. Enter Stevie, a genial journeyman roofer with aspirations of being a stand up comic.As they work together on the roof, Stevie forces Dave to face his own shortcomings and come to terms with what being a good person really means.Please note: This performance is not suitable for children.
Holly Hyatt Band  – Jan 24, 2020 @ 7pm – $15

The 2019 Kootenay Music Award winner plays soulful, funky and fun, tunes that are rich with themes of positivity, love and global empowerment. Steeped in the R&B tradition with a tinge of Memphis Soul, Holly is blessed with a smooth and powerful voice that has received rave reviews from the music community and garnered radio airplay on CBC.
Bessie Wapp/Ellie Reynolds ON THE OTHER HAND 
– Feb 7, 2020 @ 7pm – $15

Get ready for an engaging evening of musical theatre as these  accomplished Kootenay-based writers and performers present a double-bill of two remarkable solo performances of original pieces that tell true personal stories about challenging, life-changing choices, and each is informed by, and contains music from, a well-known stage musical.
Bill Lynch Trio – Feb 21, 2020 @ 7pm – $20

Join us for a special evening with the Kootenays very own Irish-Canadian bard playing lyrical blues, and poetic songs, brimming with humour and heartache. The journeyman blues player and songwriter is touring his latest CD full of stunning arrangements layered with diverse and intelligent lyrics – a dazzling musical rhapsody sure to enrich and delight!
Marc Atkinson Quartet – Mar 14, 2020 @ 7pm – $20

JUNO-nominated and Western Canadian award-winning Marc Atkinson is widely considered one of Canada’s finest musicians.  His playing has been described as flawless, surprise-filled, sizzling and supremely melodic. His virtuosic quartet plays melodically captivating, sensually charged and ferociously, technically awe-inspiring Gypsy Jazz. The tunes are at once complex and accessible, good-naturedly welcoming all listeners aboard for an intriguing, exhilarating and unforgettable musical ride!
Heartship – April Verch, Cara Luft, Annie Lou
– April 2, 2020 @ 7pm – $20

Heartship brings together three superb and acclaimed Canadian musicians and songwriters – fiddler, singer, step dancer April Verch, JUNO-award-winning musician, singer and songwriter Cara Luft, and multiple nominee for CFMA, WCMA, and Juno awards Annie Lou. Backed by Cody Walters on bass and Alex Rubin on guitar, these three powerhouse women will lift the roof and knock your socks off !
Andrea Koziol & Bill Brennan 
– May TBD, 2020 @ 7pm – $18

“Eclectic, exotic, and exceptional” Toronto-based vocalist Andrea Koziol has been gracing stages and storming studios with beautiful, inspiring, heartfelt music that has nestled in the lovely nooks of jazz, pop, and folk. Recently she has reunited with pianist/composer Bill Brennan playing gigs in Toronto’s finest jazz concert venues, roots and jazz festivals across the country, and making regular live appearances on the CBC. We are thrilled to welcome them to the Langham stage!
Tickets for all shows are available three weeks before show dates at Sunnyside Naturals (250) 353-9667 and Willow Home Gallery (250) 353-2257 in Kaslo.