Tickets still available for Feb. 20 Night at the Palace show

Audience members who come in costume will get front row seats

There were folks lining up at the Errington Hall on Jan. 25 at 10 a.m. — that’s three hours early— to buy tickets for the upcoming Night at the Palace show! Everyone got their tickets, but there are still plenty more to be sold due to the fact there is an extra night of vaudeville this year.

There are still many tickets available for opening night Feb. 20. There are no tickets remaining for the shows on Feb. 21, 27 and 28.

Tickets are being sold at the Errington Store. Each ticket costs $25 and there is a limit of four per person.

Also, remember this is an adults-only show and the audience is invited to dress up in vaudevillian-era costume.

“Those in period piece costumes get ushered right up to the front rows,” said organizer Nayana Yukich. “It adds to the magic of the night.”

— NEWS Staff/Errington Hall

 

 

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