You don’t have to go far for excellent live entertainment this summer; experience a cultural and artistic experience right in our own backyard! Head to Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach, and settle in for the wild and wonderful antics of the Beach House Theatre Society. This August, the Beach House Theatre presents The Servant of Two Masters.
Featuring local talent and the magical backdrop of Boundary Bay, the Beach House Theatre shows are presented outdoors on a tented stage. Although summer days can be warm, the show is outdoors, and we recommend bringing a sweater or light blanket as it can cool off in the evenings. And be sure to arrive early and enjoy dinner in Crescent Beach (we’ve listed a few of our favourite restaurants below), a stroll along the water or a walk around Blackie Spit, which is part of one of Canada’s “important bird areas”.
The Servant of Two Masters
Performances August 9 – 14, with shows starting at 8 pm
In the great tradition of Italian slapstick comedy, “The Servant of Two Masters,” is all mischief and mayhem, lost love, disguises, mysterious murder plots, pen fights and more! This slapstick romp is full of zany, contemporary humour. For the first time at Beach House, the show will feature a few comic musical numbers and is sure to be another big hit with audiences!
Where to eat:
The Cabin – 12302 Beecher Street
Crescent Beach Bistro – 12251 Beecher Street
Cotto Al Mare – 2728 O’Hara Lane
Harbour House Restaurant – 12233 Beecher Street
Hooked Fish Bar – 12157 Beecher Street
Seahorse Grill – 12147 Beecher Street