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The Miracle of 34th Street will be hitting the big stage this week.

From Wednesday until Friday, Stage North Theater Society will be putting on a production of Miracle on 34th Street, which will be taking place at the North Peace Cultural Centre.

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The show will commence at 7:30 p.m. for all three nights and tickets are available at the box office. The box office doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets range in price, from $25 for adults, to $20 for students and seniors and $15 for children.

Tickets are also available by telephone at (250) 785-1992, as part of Stage North’s Big Ticket Season Pass or online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca

Friday night is the show’s finale and will include festivities after the play. Since Friday is New Years Eve, a family friendly party with the cast will follow the show. It will be suitable for all ages.

Families are encouraged to attend as there will be tons of activities for children to take part. An extra $15 dollars will be added on to the price for the New Years show and after party.


The New Years Eve party is being put on by the Baldonnel Elementary School’s Parent Advisory Committee. It is designed to raise money for a new wheelchair accessible playground at the school.

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