Cawston Players bring Boeing Boeing to the stage

The Cawston Players will be performing the comedy Boeing Boeing to the Cawston Hall on Dec. 5.

The Cawston Players amateur theatre group is looking to add some brightness to the light up weekend in Cawston.

The group will be bringing the laughs across three performances of Boeing Boeing, a French comedy set in Paris in the 1960s.

The comedy revolves around a swinging bachelor who manages to get engaged to three stewardesses without any of them knowing about the others. Things get a bit for difficult for the bachelor when his pal Robert comes to stay and the debut of a new Boeing jet throws off all of his careful planning.

When all three stewardesses arrive and Robert has trouble keeping the lies straight, trouble ensues.

Theatregoers can catch all the fun at the Cawston Hall Dec. 5-7. Performances are at 7 p.m. With a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $12 and available at the Cawston Marketplace and Similkameen Agencies Inquiries or by phone at 250-499-7217.


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