Campbell River Altrusa Club members get into the spirit of Sing Along Mama Mia

Sing along with Mama Mia!

Altrusa Club of Campbell River is bringing back popular party to the Tidemark this weekend

Back by popular demand, Sing Along Mama Mia! is coming to Campbell River. The Altrusa Club of Campbell River, which supports more than 20 local community groups and organizations, is bringing back this popular party to the Tidemark this weekend.

This fun adventure takes place on a Greek paradise island and tells the story of a young girl’s search for her father’s identity on the eve of her wedding. Set to the timeless music of ABBA, it is a tale of love, laughter and friendship.

Mamma Mia! features 27 of ABBA’s best known tracks. Everyone is welcome to sing along to these well-loved tunes and dance in the aisles if you feel like it. There will also be a costume contest with some great prizes.

So get ready, get those vocal chords warmed up, and find your best Mamma Mia! costume. Bring some sunshine into your January and come on down for a fun time at the Tidemark!

Tickets are $20 and are available at the Tidemark Box Office or online at tickets.tidemarktheatre.com

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