Stiff upper lips will smile at Kingfisher

A romantic comedy by Douglas Home, opens at the Yellow Point Drama Group’s various venues Aug. 19 through 21.

The Kingfisher, a romantic comedy by Douglas Home, opens at the Yellow Point Drama Group’s various venues Aug. 19 through 21.

Two people, who have not seen each other in 40 years, are brought together after the death of a spouse.

Can they rekindle the spark that existed long ago, or has it been doused by time.

The performance, directed by Brian March, stars award winning performers, Barbara Metcalf, Gordon McInnis, Ted Girard and Barrie Baker.

Performance dates and locations:

• Friday, Aug. 19, Unitarian Hall, 595 Townsite Road, Nanaimo;

• Saturday, Aug. 20, McMillan Arts Centre, 133 McMillan Road, Parksville;

• Sunday, Aug. 2, Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery, 610 Oyster Bay Dr., Ladysmith.

Doors open at 7 p.m.; performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 at door.

 

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