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X Fest offers a family theatre experience

July 31, 2013 - 10:44 AM

After the successful opening last weekend (and a couple of sold-out performances), X Fest in Prince Charles Park is off to a fantastic start!  Fantastic Mr. Fox and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown continue until August 10th, and you do not want to miss the chance to share this incredible theatre experience with your family!  The shows alternate nightly, with the exception of Sundays.  These plays will be fun for the whole family; in fact, these productions will be adored by everyone!

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience live theatre with your children. There will be an afternoon showing of Fantastic Mr. Fox this Saturday, August 3 at 1 p.m. This will be a perfect way to enjoy an afternoon of fun with your little foxes, without being late for bedtimes!

On Monday, August 5, if you buy one ticket for the performance of Fantastic Mr. Fox you will get one free!  This is a family friendly, budget friendly price that is too fantastic to pass up!

Also, you won’t want to miss the X Fest Improv Night on Friday, August 9, at 9:30 p.m. on our stage in Prince Charles Park.  Tickets are $25, but if you bring your ticket stub from any performance during X Fest 2013, you get two tickets for the price of one! This show, featuring Devon McBride, Robin O’Reilly, Harmony Maher, Alicia Ashcroft and Sheanna James, will be a laugh-riot!

And don’t forget, if you Foot it to the Fest, or pedal to the park, let us know how far you’ve come, and you may be eligible for a prize!

For more information, please check out our pages on Facebook, Twitter, and of course, on our homepage at

All performances are at Prince Charles Park, Columbia Street.

On now until August 10, 2013 at 7:30 p.m., nightly except Sundays

Tickets are available at Kamloops Live! Box Office

1025 Lorne Street, 250-374-LIVE

And of course, tickets will be available at the gates!

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