Bard on Broadway has canceled its 2020 season. (File photo)

Qualicum Beach’s Bard to Broadway cancels season

Information to come on 2021 schedule

Bard to Broadway in Qualicum Beach has had to cancel its 2020 mainstage season due to COVID-19 concerns.

They announced the news on March 18 in a release that read:

“And so, with the best interests of these communities in mind, and with an abundance of caution amidst a rapidly-evolving (and somewhat unknowable) situation, the Board of Directors has, with the greatest regret, decided to suspend our 2020 mainstage season.”

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They said more information will come available about next season.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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