Yellowpoint Christmas Spectacular has something for everyone

The Sid Williams box office has been busy taking ticket orders for this year's Yellowpoint Christmas Spectacular...

The Sid Williams box office has been busy taking ticket orders for this year’s Yellowpoint Christmas Spectacular. The balcony has been opened for both performances and the show is over 65 per cent sold out.

Katy Mayert said of their return to Courtenay, “We’re looking forward to bringing our cozy Christmas experience back to the Sid Williams theatre this year! We were thrilled with the community’s response in 2012 and subsequently booked two performances for 2013, Dec. 10 and 11.”

She continues, “The show is perfect for all ages; there is something for everyone, from rock & roll to classical ballet and from Broadway to the cinema.”

The YPCS band has completed its first few days of music rehearsals and the singers and dancers are preparing, too. Costume fittings have been done and Sarah MacDonald is busy with the alterations.

The energy and excitement is building and the cast is looking forward to getting the show on the stage in just over two weeks.

This year’s singing and dancing extravaganza includes a Queen tribute, a James Bond medley and a Sound of Music medley, Michael Bulb songs, a nostalgia tribute as well as many more classical hits and Christmas favourites!

To book tickets, call 250-338-2430 or visit www.sidwilliamstheatre.com. For more information about the show, check out www.yellowpointchristmasspectacular.ca.

— Yellowpoint Christmas Spectacular

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