Pick of the Day: The Dickens Yuletide Singers

The adjacent picture dates from a few years ago, so there quite possibly has been a few line-up changes since then. But the basic idea of the group presumably remains the same. Dressed in period garb that recalls 19th century Dickensian England, the troupe assembles each year to perform traditional Christmas carols at various events in the city.

Tonight at 8 p.m. they’ll be at Bushwakker to spread some Christmas cheer.

Meanwhile, at O’Hanlon’s Pub, the Regina heavy metal band Agonal is playing.

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4 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: The Dickens Yuletide Singers”

  1. I opted for Agonal. The bigger room at O’Hanlon’s makes metal a more viable proposition, I think. Before, all the axe-grinding and skins pounding tended to overwhelm the space.

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