The Vaudevillians acting troupe presents their next fundfraising show Nov. 12-13.

‘Vaudevillians’ raise funds for student bursary

The Vaudevillians will be on stage at the Surrey Arts Centre for their 13th year, bringing “Reflections of Vaudeville” on Nov. 12-13

The Vaudevillians, widely considered B.C.’s #1 seniors entertainment troupe, will be on stage at the Surrey Arts Centre for their 13th year, bringing “Reflections of Vaudeville” on November 12 and 13 at 2 p.m.

This year’s show, as always, will appeal to all ages. It will bring an insight into vaudeville, with some of the most popular numbers from past years, along with new exciting numbers guaranteed to bring great enjoyment to the audience. It offers songs you will remember, toe tapping dances, and lots of humour, all in amazing costumes.

As of 2016, over $100,500 has been raised in support of a bursary for performing arts students at Douglas College, which is invested in a perpetual fund with the Vancouver Foundation — a major achievement for volunteer seniors, with an average age 77 years young. During this time they have supported over 30 deserving students.

All reserved seating tickets are $22, available at the Box office, call 604-501-5566. For information see: www.thevaudevillians.com/.

 

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