The Mansion

Live, from Kingston, it’s Tuesday Night

On Tuesday night at The Mansion, Queen’s students Esther Oziel and Quinn Bernholtz hosted a fundraising event, “Tuesday Night Live,” for Queen’s Hillel On One Foot to raise funds for the club’s student programming next year.Continue...

Queen’s varsity improv kicks off semester at the Mansion

The Queen’s Varsity Improv team presented their first performance of the semester, titled TrailerProv Boys , this past Tuesday night at The Mansion.Continue...

First campus a cappella riff-off hits right note

On Jan. 23, the Queen’s a cappella scene held their first ever riff-off — a showdown for bragging rights between all four a cappella clubs on campus.Continue...

Tipsy Review: Queen’s Players takes a trip back to high school

Somehow, I always knew returning to high school would involve being a little too inebriated.Continue...

Meet Kingston’s next homegrown talent

Singer-songwriter finds home in Kingston’s music communityContinue...

Out of the dorm, into the spotlight

If you’ve ever been to a house party at Queen’s, there’s a high possibility you’ve heard of Tigress. The four-piece band that’s a regular performer at campus events just took their next step— opening for Canadian indie pop rock group James Blonde at The Mansion this Saturday.Continue...

Scott Helman’s semi-charmed life

Although many artists today struggle to live up to the flawless vocals of a pre-recorded album in their live performances, Scott Helman is an exception to the rule.Continue...

Drifting off with Neon Dreams

If you ask Neon Dreams what’s important in life, chances are they’ll mention a party.

On June 17, the band played a raucous set of electronic, dance and pop music to a small crowd at the Mansion. Featuring vocalist Frank Kadillac, guitarist Matt Gats, Adrian Morris on drums with DJ/vocalist Corey LeRue, Neon Dreams know their values: unselfconscious fun for themselves and their fans.

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Staring into Beautiful Nothing

The suburban boredom of growing up in a town like Burlington gave rise to the sound of five-piece band Beautiful Nothing — an eclectic blend of 80s-inspired music with a mix of harsh guitar, synthesizers and heavy electronic drums.Continue...

QNSA x The Vault: Hip-Hop & Poetry Night

Slam poets and hip-hop artists gather at The Mansion for a night of powerful performances. Continue...

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