Divas show to help celebrate legion’s 75th

Entertainer Bonnie Kilroe is bringing her one-woman show back to the Sicamous legion.

  • Oct. 1, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Performer Bonnie Kilroe

Entertainer Bonnie Kilroe is bringing her one-woman show back to the Sicamous legion.

Kilroe played to a full house at the legion a few months ago with her show, Country Queens. On Oct. 3, she will dazzle the town with DIVAS, a two-hour musical comedy celebrity impersonation show.

This all-ages show will be a fantastic way to celebrate the Sicamous legion’s 75th Anniversary. Dinner is at 6 p.m., showtime at 8. Tickets at $45 each are available at Happy Corkers, Inkx Printers and the legion office. For info, call 250-836-224.


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