Please check with the event location regarding details related to COVID-19
WCT: The New Canadian Curling ClubThu January 23, 2020 to Sat February 1, 2020
Arts & Culture, Theatre
Visit website for more information
A show that is sure to rock the house. Comedy abounds when 4 new(ish) Canadians sign up to learn “a bunch of foolishness that’s not even a real sport”. But when the team organizer breaks her hip, the rink’s cantankerous ice-maker is forced to step in as head coach. Trouble is, he has some strong opinions about immigrants… Will this group of unlikely athletes—facing off against prejudice, pulled groins, and slippery ice—become a true team in time to face high-pressure competition for the coveted Highlander Cup?
From the playwright of the WCT comedy hit The Birds and the Bees.
AUDIENCE GUIDANCE: Suggested for ages 12 and older. See Audience Advisories for more information.
By Mark Crawford
Produced in association with Thousand Islands Playhouse
January 23 to February 1, 2020
Evenings | 7:30pm
Saturday Matinees | 2:00pm
Wednesday Matinee | 11:00am
Sat, Jan 25 | 2:00pm
Sat, Feb 1 | 2:00pm
Wed, Jan 29 | 11:00am – enjoy a special discount, tea and a treat
Pizza Night! with a Pre-Show Chat
Thur, Jan 30 | 6:30pm
Post-Show Talk Back
Thur, Jan 30 | after curtain call
About Sagebrush Theatre
Located at 1300 9th Avenue, Sagebrush Theatre is a 706 seat Proscenium Theatre, jointly owned by the City of Kamloops and the Kamloops/Thompson School District. Western Canada Theatre acts as the management company for the Sagebrush Theatre, and is responsible for its day to day operation.
Sagebrush Theatre is the home to Western Canada Theatre and the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, as well as many local and international user groups.