Christmas on Harmston Dec. 4-7

Tickets are available at the Old Church Theatre box office

Martin Crilly (Jovert)




“Extra, extra, read all about it…” Come and see what ‘it’ is all about – Co-Val Choristers’ Christmas production, entitled Christmas on Harmston Avenue, opens Dec. 4 and plays until Dec. 7.

The company that brought you Les Miserables last November features many of the same performers. Martin Crilly, Chelsey Sugrue, James Friesen and Avery Payne are a few of those who will be performing.

Christmas on Harmston Avenue is a production filled with all your favourite Christmas music and the flavours of the season: promise, faith, love, a star, joy and the “gift of giving.”

Several Christmas baskets will be open to a raffle, and you may find the right gift for yourself or to put under someone else’s tree. Plan to attend.

Tickets are available at the Old Church Theatre box office Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or call 250-334-2992.


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