Beach Flicks show tonight

Popular outdoor movie event kicks off

Beach Flicks’ last show of the season will play at the Eaglecrest Golf Course this Friday, ending with the British Comedy, Tamara Drewe. 

“We’re really excited to finish our successful first season with a great British comedy,” said publicity co-ordinator,  Luba Plotnikoff. 

The story surrounds a young, attractive journalist, Tamara Drewe, who returns to her hometown to sell her deceased mother’s house. 

The plot thickens as Drewe plays the field and audiences get a taste of young love, affairs, secret admirers and hilarious predicaments.

 The film plays May 13 at 7 p.m. at the Eaglecrest Golf Course in Qualicum Beach. 

Tickets are $6 and doors open at 5:30. For more information visit www.beachflicks.ca.

Beach Flicks’ second season will begin in the fall.

 

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