Feel-good show coming to town

Smash hit Mamma Mia, is coming to the Sid Williams Theatre on Jan. 21.

Smash hit Mamma Mia, the ultimate feel-good production that has thrilled and excited millions around the world, is coming to the Sid Williams Theatre on Jan. 21 in the form of a sing-a-long movie.

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Courtenay and Square 1 Travel, this movie has dubbing along the bottom of the screen so everyone can sing their hearts out to such songs as Thank You for the Music, Winner Takes All, SOS, Money, Money, Money, Dancing Queen and so many more musical hits all based on songs by ABBA.

This musical based on the story of a daughter, who on the eve of her wedding, starts on a quest to discover the identity of one of three men who could be her father by inviting all three to her wedding.

The enfolding story-telling brings on the magic of ABBA’s timeless songs in an enchanting tale of laughter, love and friendship.  This will be an event full of surprises and prizes so dress in the Greek tradition and go all out for a great fun-filled evening.

All funds raised will go to St. Joseph’s General Hospital maternal child care ward for critical care.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Sid Williams Theatre.  As well, tickets for office staff Christmas gifting is a great way to give employees an unforgettable evening.

The Kiwanis Club of Courtenay is offering businesses free pickup and delivery of tickets by phoning 250-334-0697.

— Kiwanis Club of Courtenay

 

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