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204FM – THE PAL READING HOUR

PAL Winnipeg is joining creative forces with some of the generous and talented artists from One Trunk Theatre for 204 FM – THE PAL READING HOUR – a unique benefit performance that travels back in time to the days of radio plays. Six stories inspired by Winnipeg’s early history have been created with love and […]

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PAL Annual General Meeting

Please join us for our AGM! DATE: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 TIME: 4:30 pm PLACE: Prairie Theatre Exchange Lounge (3rd Floor – Portage Place) Everyone is welcome – Please come to renew your membership and show your support!

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Waiting in the Wings

PAL Winnipeg is thrilled to benefit from a one night only reading of Waiting in the Wings during this year’s CowardFest!  All details are below and tickets can be purchased at the door. We hope to see you there! WAITING IN THE WINGS by Noël Coward PAL WINNIPEG Tom Hendry Warehouse 140 Rupert Avenue (at […]

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Annual General Meeting

PAL WINNIPEG Annual General Meeting DATE:     Wednesday, June 11, 2014 PLACE:   Prairie Theatre Exchange (PTE) Lounge – 3rd floor Portage Place TIME:       5:00 pm All are welcome! An extensive update will be given about the proposed housing / theatre project at the Gas Station Art Centre Site (River & Osborne).  The Meeting will be another […]

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PAL Winnipeg – Community Consultation

PAL Winnipeg is a not-for-profit corporation and charity dedicated to establishing affordable housing for those people who are engaged or were engaged in the performing arts community of Winnipeg. PAL Winnipeg has been working with the Gas Station Art Centre and the Old Grace Hospital Housing Co-op to redevelop the River Avenue & Osborne Street […]

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Our Founder – Wayne Nicklas

  Wayne was born in Winnipeg on April 20, 1951 and lived his life mainly in Winnipeg. He grew up in the west end and went to high school at Tec Voc. Wayne is survived by his loving wife, Judy Cook, his mother Iola Nicklas, sisters Sylvia Dalman and Ruth Gledhill (Larry). Also left to […]

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