Singalong fundraiser to help St. Joe’s

The Kiwanis Club of Courtenay is sponsoring its fifth annual singalong at the Sid Williams Theatre on Jan. 18

The Kiwanis Club of Courtenay is sponsoring its fifth annual singalong at the Sid Williams Theatre on Jan. 18.

This 1939 musical fantasy produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber is an enchanting adaptation of the all-time perennial classic of the Wizard of Oz.

The Wizard of Oz contains all the beloved songs from its Oscar winning movie score with all the favourite characters and iconic moments plus a few surprises along the way.

Join Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Dorothy and Toto as they journey through the Land of Oz to meet the Wizard and obtain their heart’s desires.

Rediscover the real story of Oz in this fantastic musical treat for the whole family. There is magic in this Over the Rainbow production. Lyrics to the songs are displayed on the bottom of the screen making it easy to sing a long. Dress in character and join the gang as they dance and sing along the yellow brick road.

Tickets for this 7 p.m. performance are $20 available at the Sid Williams box office or by going online to info@sidwilliamstheatre.com.

All proceeds raised go to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation for critical care equipment in the pediatric ward.

— Kiwanis Club of Courtenay

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