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Island Girls- A Tribute to Cape Breton Music & Comedy

$53

Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$53
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Venue

deCoste Performing Arts Centre
99 Water Street
Pictou, Nova Scotia B0K 1H0 Canada
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Phone:
902-485-8848
Website:
www.decostecentre.ca

Organizer

The Savoy Theatre
Phone:
902-842-1599
Website:
https://www.savoytheatre.com

The deCoste is pleased to bring the Savoy Theatre production of ISLAND GIRLS, Music and Comedy, featuring four of Cape Breton’s busiest female performers: BETTE MACDONALD, HEATHER RANKIN, LUCY MACNEIL and JENN SHEPPARD.

The Fab Fem Four – each representing a different facet of Cape Breton Island’s entertainment community – are set to combine their individual musical and comedic talents, to take audiences on a journey to celebrate all things Cape Breton. Show-goers can expect to enjoy some belly laughs while they catch up with a few familiar characters, sing along with some old favourites and maybe even hear some new ones.

The quartette will be backed by musicians Stephen Muise, Fred Lavery, Brian Talbot, Emily Dingwall, Richard Burke and Colin Grant and is sure to help you shake off those winter blues!

MORE LOVE FOR THE ISLAND GIRLS:

“Absolutely amazing!!! Incredible talent…I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to see this show!!! Great job to all!” – Sarah Walker

“Incredible. So many hair-standing-up-on-the-back-of-your-neck moments. As well as so many laughs. Can’t wait for Island Girls II. Many Thanks to all.” – Carol MacLennan

“From the very first note to the last laugh …A True Class Act !! Awesome evening. – Debbie MacIsaac

“The show was amazing, I loved every minute of it, although I would like to see it again to hear what I missed from laughing so much!” – Viola MacLeod Cuzner

“For sure, this show could & should ‘go on the road’. Fabulous singers…the choice of music was ‘spot on’…with just enough comedy to please all. WELL DONE again!” – Elaine MacGillivray

“It was fabulous!! They are all so talented!!” – Kaye Toms