A photo of Carly Thomas performing with her guitar and of Kay Howl performing playing the piano.

Carly Thomas + Kay Howl

June 24, 2022, 7:00 pm

Logo for Union Ten Brewing – a coniferous tree in a circle

UNION TEN Distilling Co  | 656 Dundas Street | London, ON

Two years and no festival, so we figured when we popped our heads back up, that we should have something pretty spectacular to offer ahead of the next Film Festival. We are super excited to be hosting this double header music event featuring these two great musicians and their bands.

Show starts at 7:00 pm, last call 10 pm. *Limited capacity*
Tickets are $20 in advance. We can’t guarantee door sales due to limited capacity
(200 tickets available)

Check out the UNION TEN menu!  If calling to make a dinner reservation at UNION TEN before the show mention you have tickets to the LLFF event and they can seat you in the concert area. Your name will need to be on the list of ticketholders in order to remain at this table for the show.

If you purchase a ticket on the website, we will have your name on our list at the door. Please bring ID.

A photo of Carly Thomas lounging on a white couch, looking at her hand as she forms a chord on her electric guitar

Carly Thomas

Carly Thomas is known as much for her powerful lyrics as her engaging live performance. Thomas is a seasoned performer who has played everywhere from street festivals in Paris to the folk circuit in Manhattan, and continues to release music with a voice that is easy to relate to and intelligent. 

 

Kay Howl wearing a floppy sunhat at the keyboard singing with bandmate next to her in a pork pie hat playing the snare drum

Kay Howl

Howl is a dueling pianist, “playing the keys and belting out the hits” (as she puts it) at breweries and wineries in Canada and throughout the American Midwest. She is also a member of the Windsor-based group, S’Aints, which features Jeff Burrows of The Tea Party and Kelly Hoppe of Big Sugar. When she’s not behind the keys, Howl is a singer/songwriter who recently released her brand new album, Pink Trees. 

Check back here for tickets SOON. 

I Know Her

Illustration of two women in bed

3 mins, USA, 2019.
Director: Fawzia Mirza

In the afterglow of a seemingly fated hookup, two women realize that perhaps they have a little too much in common.

Transcending

Image of young trans-woman looking at the lake

14 mins, Canada, 2018.
Director: Olivia Dendy

A personal, touching story that documents the struggles and successes of one small town family when their youngest child comes out as transgender.

After You Left

10 mins, USA, 2019.
Director: April Maxey

The memories come flooding back when Andrea’s ex-girlfriend returns the last few items from their prior life together.

FEATURE

Same But Different

95 mins, New Zealand, 2019.
Director: Nikki Si’ulepa

Same But Different is a true New Zealand Love Story about real life film-maker couple, Rachel Aneta Wills and Nikki Si’ulepa and their early awkward beginnings in love.

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Congratulations to our LLFF Audience Choice Award Winners 2019

Best
Feature
2019

Rafiki

 

Director:
Wanuri Kahiu
Kenya, 2018
Best
Documentary
2019

Edie Windsor: A More Perfect Union

Film image for Edie Windsor a More Perfect Union

Director: Donna Zaccaro
United States, 2017
Best
Comedy
2019

Film laurels for Best Comedy

Grace and Betty

Director: Zoe Lubec
United States, 2017
Best
Short
2019

Bacchus

Image of a still from the short
Director: Rikke A. K. Planeta
Denmark, 2018