Show sells out in minutes

Errington-Vaudeville show Night at the Palace sells out three evening shows in minutes

It’s official—The Night at the Palace is the fastest-selling event in town.

The famous vaudeville show, celebrating its 10th anniversary in Errington this year, sold-out all three of its February shows in 13 minutes on Jan. 26.

The event is filled with self-directed acts consisting of dance, music performance, singing, comedy, belly dancing, a can-can show, burlesque and more, all set in the era between the 1880s and 1930s.

The show is taking place Feb. 20, 21 and 22 (for those lucky ticket holders who managed to snag one).  Event-goers are reminded by organizers that the front rows will be reserved for those in the best vaudeville-style costumes.

 

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