26 years after Eva Cassidy passed away. Hear the music of Eva and some stories at the iconic Hermann's Jazz Club, Victoria, BC.
$25 Advance $30 Door
Join Cayla, Michael Creber on Piano and Rene Worst on Bass for an intimate concert and some good eats. Favourite covers and some cool originals. Pop, soul, blues, country and a wee bit of jazz.
Cayla and her 4 piece band are performing at the Harmony Arts Festival this year. Come out for this free concert and groove to the music!
After ten glorious years of making music together, the Marcus Mosely Chorale will hold their final show on Saturday, May 14th at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrews Wesley Church (1022 Nelson Avenue, Vancouver)
The show will include the amazing Dee Daniels, one of many artists who have sung with the choir over the years.
Artistic Director Marcus Mosely has decided it’s time to end on a high note. “Comes the Time We Have to Say So Long” (named for Mosely’s affection for the Carol Burnette show in his youth), will feature favourites from the Chorale’s impressive song portfolio.
Cayla as a past guest performer with the MMC Choir is taking part in this final concert.
Put some Soul in your bowl! Soul Purpose serves up your favourite 60's & 70's Soul, Motown and R&B tunes, plus today's top 40 hits. Come and boogie the night away to the irrepressible sounds of this amazing band!
Doors open at 7pm, show at 8PM - $20 Cover
Come and experience one of the lower mainland's best dance floors. Delicious hot food available from Seriously Good Catering, reasonably priced beverages and lots of free parking.
CLUB 240 REQUIRES PATRONS TO PROVIDE PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION IN ORDER TO ATTEND ANY SHOW
An intimate concert with Cayla Brooke and Michael Creber on piano in beautiful Lions Bay.
This is the first in person concert Cayla's done since the pandemic hit. New songs. Old favourites. Stories. All the good stuff.
MUST BE DOUBLE VACCINATED TO ATTEND. PLEASE BRING YOUR MASK.
Tickets $20 (very limited seating)
Would you like to brighten your January? Tickets are going fast for Sophisticated Enough!
An intimate evening of hot new music by Cayla Brooke, the star of the hit show Eva Cassidy: How Can I Keep from Singing, and Composer, Grammy-nominated and Juno Award winner Michael Creber.
Cayla (Vocals) and Michael (Piano) are joined on stage by stellar musicians Miles Foxx Hill on bass (Van Morrison, Michael Buble) and Juno Award winner Buff Allen on drums.
Be prepared to feed your soul while on a musical ride that takes you places you didn’t expect. Experience music under the influence of blues, soul, gospel and jazz with punchy lyrics and superior musicianship. Add a sprinkle of familiar covers everyone adores and you’ll be groovin’ in no time. An evening that's intimate, entertaining and Sophisticated Enough. And that's just the way we like it.
"Sophisticated Enough" is an intimate concert event featuring new music written by Cayla and Michael Creber and fan favourites from the past. Including songs from her hit show Eva Cassidy: How Can I Keep from Singing.
Tickets on sale now.
The third show of a yearlong series at The Silk Purse Gallery. 8 actors. 2 monologues each. A unique theatrical tour de force! The Chair Series is the one night only brilliant brainchild of writer John McGie. McGie collaborates with actors to create monologues with characters from our own world and the imagined worlds he devises. Actors deliver monologues to their audience with no props, no costumes, no set - simply simple storytelling at its richest. An audience, an actor, a stage and a chair. Warning: adult themes and coarse language. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Tickets at the door. $15 - CASH ONLY.
A celebration of the Holiday season and the Carol Ships that sail by with all of their festive lights. And it's free.
There is a huge bonfire in front of the stage, a fire juggler, face painting artists, hot beverages, Santa and, of course, a me and some fabulous musicians on the stage.
FROM THE AUDIENCE
“"One of the best concerts I've ever been to. And I've been to a lot!"”
— Mike K.
“Loved every second. Amazing”
— Barbra G
“One of those concerts you remember for the rest of your life.”