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The Thames River Revue is a lively variety show coming to downtown Chatham on Friday, February 10. It will be at Turns & Tales, the boardgame café and bookstore, 213 King St W, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The Revue will feature stories, a short audience participation play called “Tecumseh In Chatham,” a Loud Whistling competition with prizes, and a quiz about Chatham-Kent. It will be performed by Clair Culliford of The Veranda Presents.
The Revue starts promptly at 7 p.m. Please arrive early to secure a seat. There's food, drink, and board games to occupy you before the show begins.
There's no admission charge.
TTRR is part of Artcrawl.
Some earlier events were Edgar Allan Poe, Live In Chatham; A Christmas Reading; Robert Frost: The Poet & 14 Poems; A Downtown Chatham History Walk; William Blake, Poet & Artist; and Samuel Taylor Coleridge And “The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner.”
I'm looking for a place in downtown Chatham where I can put on entertainments, by myself and by others.
Any decently-sized place will do. It doesn't have to have a stage, theatrical lighting, etc., though these things would be fine. If there are no chairs, I can call it the Bring Your Own Chair Theatre! Please email me at email@example.com if you have a suggestion.
The Veranda Presents is open to ideas. Tell me in an email what you'd like to see.
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