10 years of Antics

A great meal, entertainment and good company – does that sound like something you’d enjoy?

A great meal, entertainment and good company – does that sound like something you’d enjoy?

Well if it is, Antics Dinner Theatre is the Place to be. Dinner theatre in June is particularly special as it marks Antics Theatre’s 10th Anniversary. It will be celebrated with a delicious meal, cake with sparklers and the Fawlty Towers play – Communication Problems. This episode was the first Fawlty Towers performed by Antics Theatre. The evening also has some very entertaining extras. June 1-4 are the dates and the Willow Point Hall the place. Tickets will be on sale at the end of April.

For parents looking for activities for their young people Anne Young, Young theatre director will be having theatre sessions in early September where children ages 8 to 12+ will learn the basics of acting and performing in a play. Young has had her children’s theatre for 19 years and always enjoys meeting new faces.

Young is also hoping to continue a tradition with “Dear Santa” a magical Christmas play at the Tidemark in December. So elves and choir members and North Pole residents will be needed and would have to register for this production.

So, if any of the things mentioned appeal to you and would like to be informed of these upcoming events please email Anne Young at youngda@shaw.ca and she would be happy to keep you posted.

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