A ‘Great Big Show’ coming to Courtenay

The Backyardigans, Max & Ruby, Franklin the Turtle and Mike the Knight

Max & Ruby are two children’s favourites who will be coming to the Sid Williams Theatre for the Really Big Show

Koba Entertainment is proud to bring to Courtenay a production of epic proportions: The Great Big Show starring The Backyardigans, Max & Ruby, Franklin the Turtle and Mike the Knight on March 26, at the Sid Williams Theatre.

Celebrating their 10th year as the leading family entertainment producer, Koba’s latest theatrical tour features the memories and enchantment of their most popular productions.  Adventure abounds as each moment is filled with exciting song and dance numbers – perfect for the ultimate Koba fan.

Watch as some of your most beloved family characters – The Backyardigans, Franklin the Turtle, Max & Ruby, and Mike the Knight – create a once in a lifetime show experience.  Carefully crafted with everyone in mind, this diverse parade of pals is sure to delight and amaze audiences of all ages.  Adventure from the frozen north to the sunny seas with The Backyardigans, have a laugh with Max & Ruby as they encounter some strange party guests, join in on the fun with Franklin the Turtle and his Woodland pals, and explore the magical kingdom of Glendragon with Mike the Knight.

Produced by Koba Entertainment, The Great Big Show is among the company’s roster of other memorable theatrical productions, including Dora the Explorer Live, Search for the City of Lost Toys and Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon.

Koba Entertainment’s artistic director Patti Caplette uses her original creative direction and Broadway-style choreography to create a truly unique production celebrating Koba’s 10th anniversary. Also among the live theatrical’s all-star creative team are composers/lyricists Evan Lurie, Florence Kohiarty, Norman Foote, Jack Lenz and writers  Patti Caplette, Rodney Stringfellow, Lawrence S. Mirkin, Kate Keenan and Leslie Halferty.

Tickets for The Great Big Show are on sale now and available online at sidwilliamstheatre.com, by phone 250-338-2430 or by visiting the Sid box office at 442 Cliffe Ave.


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