Sing-a-long to Grease

Dress up in character to this 1950s musical and join in the fantasy.

Show-stopping tunes and perfectly cast actors make the fast-paced Grease singalong movie a perfect choice for an upbeat, fun-filled evening of love, laughter and musical enjoyment coming to the Sid on Jan. 19.

The Kiwanis Club of Courtenay and Square 1 Travel sponsor an annual singalong movie every January at the Sid Williams Theatre with proceeds going to St. Joseph’s Hospital pediatric ward for critical care equipment.

Tickets for this year’s 7 p.m. performance can be purchased at the Sid’s box office or online at info@sidwilliamstheatre.com.

Dress up in character to this 1950s musical and join in the fantasy.  It’s funny, witty and imaginative and takes on a life that is truly its own.

— Kiwanis Club of Courtenay

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