The Bank Theatre’s longest-running series, Dale’s Friday Coffee House, returns to The Bank Theatre stage this Friday, November 26.
The series is now in its 13th season and this Friday marks the 98th show. Begun by Dale Butler, audiences come from miles around and performers come from as far as nearby US states and from across Canada. The series normally runs from September through May.
“We’ve held off returning so that our community can feel safe coming back. Dale’s Friday Coffee House has a very loyal audience who return faithfully month after month. They come to hear local, not so local, seasoned and emerging talent,” said John Moran, sound engineer at The Bank Theatre.
“What’s even better,” said Moran “is that performers come in all genres, all styles of performances, and there is something that will please everyone! We’ve got a new sound system we recently tried with our last concert and we’re ready to try it with this bunch. There is a real spirit of community whether a new or seasoned performer is on stage as the audience cheers them on.”
Glen MacNeil will host the evening of November 26, as well as perform his own set alongside Allison Brown, Ken Dunn, Karen Morand, William Hawksworth, Philip Scott Poli, and Weimar featuring David Light, Rick Taves, and Joel Westlake.
Doors open at 6:30 PM, show 7 PM.
The suggested donation is $10 and in November and December goods for the food bank are requested to feed the hungry. Save the upcoming dates of December 17 for the 99th show and the 100th show celebration takes place January 28.
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Article submitted by The Bank Theatre.