A look at Windsor-Essex entertainment from Nov. 9 – Nov. 12.


Following their last sold-out show, Caesars Windsor is welcoming back a classic rock band. On tour in support of their latest album The Mission, Styx will take the Caesars Windsor stage on Sunday night. Band members say their 16th album is the most challenging and most rewarding release to date. Styx broke into the mainstream in the 70s with the release of their chart-topping song “Lady”. Over the years they produced eight Top 10 hits, including “Come Sail Away” and “Too Much Time on My Hands.” There are still a few select seats available to Sunday’s show.

Madmen Across the Water- The Music of Elton John

The music of Elton John will be belted out at the Chrysler Theatre on Friday night. Jeans’n Classics teams up with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra for “The Music of Elton John” show. Madmen Across the Water is described as an evening that goes from “Your Song” to “Circle of Life” and beyond. Tickets are available online or at the Chrysler Theatre box office.


Ghost Light Players its latest production Okno. It is the story of a Polish family struggling to understand the mystery surrounding their missing daughter. It is directed by Jeffery Bastien, and written by local Windsor writer, Michael J. Krym. The production runs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, until November 25th  at the Shō:-Art Spirit Performance theatre. Tickets can be purchased online glpwindsor.com or at the door.

Saving Banksy

In celebration of Canada’s 150th Birthday year, a free public Screening of Saving Banksy starts on Sunday. Film Screening followed by Cocktail Reception and Q&A with Producer/ Stars of “Saving Banksy” Sunday November 12 – Thursday November 16, 2017
6 pm
Olde Walkerville Theatre – 1564 Wyandotte St E, Windsor

Nov 14 – 16, 2017 – Original Bansky painting exhibition
10 am – 5 pm
WolfHead Distillery –  7781 Howard Ave, McGregor