Don’t let winter slow you down – go see a show
The Nicholas Denys Players have soup on the menu for theatre-goers.
Two Rivers Tunnel, the groundhog at the Two Rivers Wildlife Park in Marion Bridge, may not have seen his shadow, thus forecasting an early spring, but he didn’t say we would not have snow leading up to that early spring turnover.
After having checked out the long-range forecast for the rest of February, it looks like there is still lots of snow heading our way.
So much for the weather. Are we going to let that slow us down? No way!
In true Cape Breton fashion we can still get out and enjoy all the fun filled winter activities that are available until spring finally does arrive.
One event scheduled to take place, which will have you laughing in your seats, is the St. Peter’s Community Club production of “Pot Luck Soup” with the Nicolas Denys Players. The play is set in a local diner, with its usual lively group of clientele enjoying the chef’s traditional dishes, but when the clients start acting more lively than usual, one must wonder just what is in the soup of the day.
Pot Luck Soup will take place at the St. Peter’s Lions Hall on February 17, doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the play starts at 7 p.m., tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at C&M Video in St. Peter’s and at the door before the play.
Pot Luck Soup is an original play written and preformed by local volunteers, from the St. Peter’s area. With all money raised from the production goes to the St. Peters Community Club (which operates the Nicolas Denys Museum).
Earlier this month, the production group had the first showing of Pot Luck Show as a dinner theatre, which was a sold out event with rave reviews from all who attended, there was such an amount of interest expressed in seeing the show, that the group decided to have a second showing of the play. If you did not have the good fortune of seeing the play the first time, this is your opportunity. For a night away from thinking of shoveling snow, come and enjoy the St. Peter’s Community Clubs production of Pot Luck Soup. You will never think about soup in the same way again after seeing this humorous production.
“Earlier this month, the production group had the first showing of Pot Luck Soup as a dinner theatre, which was a sold out event with rave reviews from all who attended.”
The Nicolas Denys Players will be performing Pot Luck Soup on February 17.