Entertainment

Vaudeville adds a third show

The first time Oceanside residents had a chance to see A Night at the Palace vaudeville production, the tickets were snapped up so fast many were unable to attend.

In response, organizers expanded it to two shows, but again, last year’s tickets were  sold out just four minutes after they went on sale.

Because of this, organzers have again expanded the run to include three shows, on Feb. 16, 17 and 18 at the Errington War Memorial Hall.

Tickets are again expected to sell quickly, so there is a limit of four $25 tickets per person.

Ticket sales will be held on Sunday Jan. 29 at 2 .p.m at the Back Road Java coffee shop in Errington.

 

 

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