White Buffalo returns for a night of true tales, singer-songwriters and delicious desserts!

Trail & District Arts Council presents
The Best Songs & Stories of White Buffalo
Friday, April 26 at 7:30 pm

Muriel Griffiths Room at The Bailey Theatre

Don’t miss this super fun night of true stories, original songs and tasty desserts at the Best Songs and Stories of White Buffalo!

All our storytellers tales are important to them and have real stakes, whether it is about their story of immigration or something that scared them. Connect with the person on stage as they tell, not read, their stories.

You’ll even get to learn about our songwriters’ processes, and what influenced their original songs!

Need another reason to come out? Check out this article about why listening to stories is great for our brains! Or, why storytelling is important for humans to connect and empathise.

Don’t forget White Buffalo’s not just about the songs and stories! It’s about making new friends and relaxing while you enjoy a drink and fabulous desserts by Hooper’s Bakery, including macaroons, mini tarts, truffles and pain au chocolat! Gluten and dairy free options available – order in advance. We even have amazing door prizes to be won!!!

All for only $20.
Get tickets at our Box Office in person or by phone at 250-368-9669 from 12-4 pm Monday to Friday, or 24/7 at thebailey.ca.


Trail & District Arts Council presents
Wild Rose
Thursday, April 25 at 7 pm

The Royal Theatre

Rose-Lynn Harlan has dreamt of becoming a country music star for as long as anyone can remember. But Glasgow isn’t exactly Nashville, and, as a convicted criminal and single mother of two young children, Rose-Lynn is more country song than country starlet.

Just released from prison, forced to wear an ankle monitor and keep curfew, she can’t return to her job as the house-band singer at Glasgow’s Grand Ole Opry. Sporting her white cowboy hat and white leather cowboy boots, Rose-Lynn lands a new job as a housekeeper for the lovely, and very posh, Susannah (Sophie Okonedo). After catching her singing on the job, Susannah’s kids quickly become Rose-Lynn’s biggest fans and Susannah her enthusiastic patron, determined to help her get to Nashville. But Rose-Lynn’s dreams come at a cost. Her mother (Julie Walters), who knows all about abandoning dreams, has always done what she can to help her daughter realize hers, but she also wants her to take responsibility and act like the grownup that her kids need her to be.

“Rose-Lynn’s story reminds us that taking responsibility doesn’t have to mean giving up hope. And sometimes when we’re chasing our dreams, we realize we were living them all along.” – TIFF

Director: Tom Harper / Writer: Nicole Taylor / Stars: Julie Walters, Jessie Buckley, Sophie Okonedo / 1h 40min | Drama, Music / Country: UK / Language: English

Tickets cash on the $10 on the door.
Please note: this is a Sunday Cinema screening rescheduled to replace Sunday’s screening. This is also the last screening until Fall.

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