Stage and screenWilliam Shatner
Actor William Shatner brings his one man show — Shatner's World: We Just Live In It — to Hamilton for two shows on Saturday, Dec. 8 (2 p.m. and 8 p.m). Each 90-minute show will take audiences on a voyage through Shatner’s life and career, from Shakespearean stage actor to internationally known icon and raconteur. Shoreline Recording artist Chelsea Crites will appear with Shatner. A portion of the proceeds will go to The United Way of Hamilton Burlington, and tickets include admission to a coffee and donut party with Shatner that starts an hour-and-a-half before each show.
Location: Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton
Musicians Rik Emmett and Dave Dunlop take to the stage at Hamilton Place for "An accoustic night of Triumph." The singer, songwriter and guitarist with the Canadian rock band Triumph, Emmett is a music hall-of-famer, with a career spanning four decades. In recent years, he has been playing a an eclectic range of music, from jazz and accoustic to prog rock.
Location: The Molson Canadian Studio at Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton
Charity wrestling, concert
Wrestling For Noah brings together professional wrestlers and musicians to raise money for an 8-year-old boy battling cancer. The event starts at 4 p.m. on Sunday at Cannon 205 Studios in Hamilton, and tickets are $10. Bands Strange Cargo and Spin Dizzy will play, and a range of wrestlers will take to the ring, including Steady Ballers, CheckMate, Moondog Buddy, Mr. Saki, Robbie Reckless, Dain "the pain Jacobs, Sabrina Kyle, Oliviay Skyler, Gabriella Vanderpool and Jewells Malone.
Location: Gallery 205 at Cannon 205 Studios, Hamilton