Princess Shaheen (Sierra Wilkes) and Sinbad (Michael Cold) are going on an adventure and you’re invited!

Sinbad promises to be good

The Arrow Lakes Arts Council presents Mirror Theatre’s performance of Sinbad, a pantomime.

Come along on a wild adventure to the “Island of the Rok” with Sinbad and his crew. Encounter Pirates, Genies, Monkeys, Bruce, Barry and Wilson along the way. Can Sinbad safely return to marry his love, Princess Shaheen, before her father the Caliph has her marry the Evil Al Capone?

Discover the answer when the Arrow Lakes Arts Council presents Mirror Theatre’s performance of Sinbad, a pantomime, on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 2 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bonnington Arts Centre. There will be music, mayhem and laughs for the whole family. Tickets are available at the Bon Marché/Dollar Store and at the door. Doors open half an hour before showtime.

 

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