Join Charlie Bucket as he tours Willy Wonka’s famous chocolate factory in this adaptation of Ronald Dahl’s world renowned story, all at Lindsay’s historic Academy Theatre.
Charlie, and four other golden ticket winners, go on a colourful, magical adventure.
This musical features all local actors who are working collaboratively to raise money to support the Academy Theatre.
The play will be held Nov. 10, 11 and 17 and 18, at 7:30 pm, and on Nov. 12 at 2 pm.
Sponsored by Boston Pizza and Canadian Tire in Lindsay.
Ticket prices are $28 for adults and $25 for students and seniors.
Laying hens will soon call Toronto home, thanks to The Most Important City on the Planet recently lifting a ban on backyard fowl in four of its wards. That any mammal — human, chicken, lawyer or otherwise — can find a way to live in a city where the average home mortgage term is only slightly shorter than the time it takes coal to become a diamond, is encouraging.
And I recognize the allure of raising hens for low-income families — especially those hoping to save money by honing their cooking skills. Eggs are very forgiving. Screw up one egg recipe and you have 11 more chances to correct it. (Mind you, screw it up a second time, and it’s probably time to crack open that box of Pop Tarts for supper).
Few recording artists are as creative and prolific as Canada’s Bruce Cockburn, who headlines Lindsay’s Academy Theatre on May 4.
Since his self-titled debut in 1970, the Canadian singer-songwriter has issued a steady stream of acclaimed albums, including Dart to the Heart and The Charity of Night. This fall he released his 33rd album, Bone on Bone.