Shred Kelly – Feb. 5
Cactus Jacks 9 p.m. $5 at the door.
The B.C. folk band will be performing with special guests Royal States opening. What better way to get through the middle of the week than with some local folk music?
Kamloops Global Film Festival – Feb. 6 through 8
TRU Alumni Theatre. Tickets can be purchased during the festival for $5 per day or $10 for three days.
The second annual Kamloops Global Film Festival comes to Kamloops this February showing 16 short and feature films throughout the three days. The festival schedule can be found online at www.kgan.org.
Brent Butt – Feb. 9
Sagebrush Theatre 7:30 p.m.
Corner Gas star Brent Butt brings laughs and hysterics to Sagebrush Theatre with stand-up comedy. Tickets are available through the Kamloops Live Box Office.
Story Teller’s Gala – Feb. 12
Campus Activity Centre 6 p.m.
The fourth annual Story Teller’s Gala will feature carver, designer and author Roy Henry Vickers.
Hedley – Feb. 16
Interior Savings Centre 7 p.m. Tickets available through Ticket Master.
Juno-nominated Hedley comes for a visit to Kamloops for a night of pop-rock hits.
Silent Chap (World Premier) – Feb. 20 to March 1
Devoted to the life of Charlie Chaplin, Silent Chap “explores the relationship between the artist and his creation” (Western Canada Theatre).
Bollywood Screening: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai – Feb. 23
Paramount Theatre 7 p.m.
The Bollywood Club presents a Bollywood love story featuring characters Anjali and Rahul. Tickets will be on sale in Old Main on Feb. 3 and the House of Learning on Feb. 14.
Live Theatre: The Beaux’ Stratagem – Feb. 27 through March 1, and March 6 through 8
Black Box Theatre 7:30 p.m. $12
Adapted by Thornton Wilder and Ken Ludwig, the Actor’s Workshop Theatre presents a live stage production of two men who have fallen on hard times and take up theft.