At the Salmar we are so excited to bring you the best in entertainment of all kinds. Movies, concerts, special events and more! Check back here often to see what is happening at the Salmar.
Train Wreck Comedy: Andrew Grose
Train Wreck Comedy is returning to the Salmar Classic Theatre in Salmon Arm on Thursday, March 30 with international comedy powerhouse, Andrew Grose. Doors open at 7:00 PM and the show starts at 7:30 PM.
AS SEEN ON:
- Just For Laughs
- The Tonight Show
- The Edmonton Comedy Festival
- Winnipeg Comedy Festival
- Ha!ifax Comedy Festival
- Hubcap Comedy Festival
- Comedy Central
- CBC Comics
- Comedy Now
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Tim & The Glory Boys: THE HOME-TOWN HOEDOWN TOUR
April 11, 2023
THE exclusive bluegrass/country party your town has been waiting for! A spirited night of singin’, laughin’, and stompin’ yer boots. It’ll be the show you can’t stop talking about – the event of the Spring! The tickets are gonna go fast folks! Get yours before they’re gone like a tumbleweed on the Saskatchewan plains.
Door open at 6:30 Show Starts 7:00
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Shuswap Film Society
The society began in 1974 when a group of film fans in Salmon Arm decided to initiate a lively program of movies from around the globe -something totally unavailable at the time. Thanks to the generosity of the Salmar Community Association, movies were screened once per month at the venerable Salmar Theatre – at that time Salmon Arm’s single movie screen. The Association’s ongoing support enables us to continue operating there 30+ years later. During the early days of the society a program of films on 16-mm film was also shown at various venues around town.
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Comedy for a Cause
Coming to the Salmar Classic on May.12th, proceeds will be going to a local charity of your choice!
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COEXTINCTION- No Species Goes Extinct In Isolation
A fundraising event in memory of Anita Bouma: A beloved member of the community, friend to many and lover of British Columbia’s wild west coast. Admission by voluntary online donation to select organizations that conduct scientific research and advocacy into the Orca whale population off the coast of British Columbia.
April 2, 2023 at the Salmar Classic Doors open at 4:30pm Movie starts at 5:00pm.
After a mother orca carries her dead calf for 17 days, two filmmakers spring into action, joining Indigenous leaders and scientists making a final attempt to save the last 73 Southern Resident orcas from extinction. Moving beyond a traditional wildlife documentary, Coextinction takes audiences deep into the oceans and forests of the Pacific Northwest to witness the complex systems of interconnectedness linking together ecosystem collapse, centuries of injustice
against Indigenous peoples, and the frontlines of the world’s most pressing environmental threats. No species goes extinct in isolation.
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