CLT encourages future stars with ‘Find Your Light Night’

Part of its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 24

Courtenay Little Theatre is hosting a “Find Your Light Night” as part of its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 24 at 7 p.m.

Members and guests, who wish to, may sign up to perform short, two minute or less     pieces of their choice in front of an appreciative audience.

There are still a few spots open, so sign up by contacting, or come with a piece (memorized or not) ready to go and see if there’s room on the program that night.

The evening will start with refreshments at 7 p.m., followed by a short meeting open to members and non-members. Performances will begin by 7:45 and end by 8:30.  Admission is by donation to the CLT bursary fund at the door, 1625 McPhee Ave. in Courtenay.  Come, be part of the audience, maybe do a short piece and perhaps help discover a new talent.


Just Posted

What to do on Family Day in the Comox Valley

Looking for something to do this Family Day? Here are some suggestions:Courtenay… Continue reading

Highland Secondary student wins Horatio Alger scholarship

Jenna Leggett grew up on Read Island where there was no electricity and no roads to her home

Next Science Pub explores sex, evolution and nature’s strangest dating scenes

The Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) is presenting the next event in… Continue reading

Sprinkler system bursts at Florence Filberg Centre

Witnesses say water was pouring down from the building’s deck

B.C. students win Great Waters Challenge video contest

Video, mural and song about saving the salmon claims the top prize

Sex abuse survivors to meet with Vatican summit organizers

Pope Francis has urged participants to meet with abuse victims before they came to Rome

Ex-FBI official: ‘Crime may have been committed’ by Trump

Andrew McCabe said FBI had good reason to open a counterintelligence investigation into whether Trump was in league with Russia

B.C. athlete takes home gold in freestyle aerials at Canada Games

Brayden Kuroda won the event with a combined score of 121.65.

Cabinet likely to extend deadline to reconsider Trans Mountain pipeline

New round of consultations with Indigenous communities is coming

B.C. government provides $75,000 towards salmon study

Study looks at abundance and health of Pacific salmon in Gulf of Alaska

Murdered and missing honoured at Stolen Sisters Memorial March in B.C.

‘We come together to make change within the systems in our society’

Most Read