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Thursday, March 17  7:00-8:30pm Atlantic (in-person and livestream)

Lecture: "Reclaiming Her-story: birth of KOQM"

As part of ESS Lecture Series, College of Sustainability, Dalhousie University

For more details/register:  www.dal.ca/faculty/sustainability/ess-lecture-series.html

Wednesday, March 23  8:00pmAtlantic (virtual)

Poetry reading from Waking Ground

As part of Antler River Poetry (formerly 'Poetry London').

For more details stay tuned to:  https://poetrylondon.ca

Sunday, March 27  2:00pmAtlantic (virtual)

an oral storytelling

The Storytellers Circle of Halifax's celebration of World Storytelling Day

For more details stay tuned to: www.facebook.com/StorytellersCircleOfHalifax

storytellingnovascotia.blogspot.com

KOQM performed at Neptune Theatre, Kjipuktuk/Halifax

New dates!  April 5-17, 2022

promo slide created by Neptune Theatre

Performances. April 5-17, 2022 (in person, Halifax, NS)

at Neptune Theatre (1593 Argyle St, Halifax)

For tickets:  neptunetheatre.com/box-office/koqm

or call the Box Office:  (902) 429-7070

Special Dates:

April 5 - Pay-what-you-can (limit to 2 tickets, first come first served at box office, cash only, box office opens 9:30am that morning)

April 6 - "Opening Night" (with special welcome)

April 12 - Industry Night  (other theatre industry folks meet 'n greet after performance)

*   Don't forget to ask about special rates for students or Indigenous audiences.

This show is approx 60 minutes (no intermission). Recommended for ages 4 and up. Babes in arms & children under 4 are not permitted in the Neptune theatre.

Trigger Warning:  Please be aware that this performance includes references to harmful impacts of European-Canadian colonization suffered by L’nu’k (Mi’kmaq). Some of these include: abuse at the residential school, forced separation of families, forced relocation, loss of access to hunting and fishing grounds, small pox, genocide as well as lasting inter-generational effects of these.
No Alcohol:  The KOQM team acknowledges the devastating role that alcohol played through colonization in compounding trauma to Indigenous families and communities. For this reason no alcohol will be available for sale in association with this production. Non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available.
Talkback:  There will be a 30-minute discussion period after every evening performance for audience members who would like to stay for further conversation. Writer and actor shalan joudry welcomes questions or reflections that the show might have sparked.