Wordchickz at the Acoustic Café in QB

Spoken word duo, Miller and Shantz set to perform in Qualicum Beach

There will be a mix of humorous and poignant spoken word, monologue, merriment and more at this month’s Acoustic Café on Friday, Nov. 4 with a performance by Wordchickz, a spoken word duo consisting of Judy Miller and Cindy Shantz.

The multi-published, award-winning writers and performers love connecting with their audiences and having fun and have performed their highly entertaining Wordchickz act to great acclaim at the Port Theatre and other venues.

Prior to their performance on the Rotary House stage in Qualicum Beach there will be the open stage.  Anyone who would like to be added to the open stage lineup can email the hosts at: jbeaton@shaw.ca.

The Acoustic Cafe happens on the first Friday of the month.  Admission to the Cafe is $5, the doors open at 7 p.m. and the open stage begins at 7:30

Tickets are available at the Vintage Candy Shop in Qualicum Beach.

 

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