March 5, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 81  

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FRI. MAR. 5
THEATRE: My Way, a musical tribute to the swanky Frank Sinatra, opens tonight at The Grand Theatre and runs to Sunday, Mar. 28. Four vocalists will sing 56 of Sinatra’s hits. For tickets and information, call 672-8800 or 1-800-265-1593.

SAT. MAR. 6
LIVE MUSIC: The Chris Bilton Band, an 11-piece jazz orchestra headed by Western alum Chris Bilton, will play predominately original jazz-rock compositions. If jazz piques your interest, stop by The Grad Club tonight; doors open at 8 p.m., and the show starts at 9:30 p.m.. Tickets are $10 advance, or at the door.

SUN. MAR. 7
FILM: Laughs are guaranteed when you put Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson together in the remake of the ’70s cop show Starsky & Hutch, but the scene stealer will be the Snoop Dogg, fo’ shizzle.

MON. MAR. 8
LIVE MUSIC: Big names in town tonight as the geeky-cute, balding metrosexual (and Canadian Idol) Ryan Malcolm hits the Centennial Hall stage [www.centennialhall.london.ca], while Busta Rhymes busts out at Club Phoenix [www.clubphoenixlondon.com].

TUE. MAR. 9
CD: Young and cute Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche releases his second disc Two Way Monologue on EMI. Look for more mature and sophisticated pop compositions on this new effort.

WED. MAR. 10
THEATRE: Tonight, Talbot Theatre (located in Talbot College) will showcase the landmark Broadway musical Cabaret. The show begins at 8 p.m., and runs until Saturday, Mar. 20. Tickets can be purchased in advance at InfoSource, or at the door; adults pay $25, while students can pick up tickets for $20.

THU. MAR. 11
THEATRE: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar opens tonight at Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St. Superstar will begin at 7:30 p.m. (Thurs. to Sat.), and 2 p.m. matinees will play Saturday and Sunday. If you need some more Jesus in your life, adults can pay $15 a ticket, while student tickets run at $10.

 

 

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