The annual Williams Lake Children’s Festival is coming up this Sunday, May 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Boitanio Park.
The event, hosted by the Women’s Contact Society, includes free activities and entertainment for children as well as prizes to be won.
There will be main stage performances by Magical Jesaja Class; interactive theatre with Terri Smith; music by Michelle Erlandson and the AngelKeys Children’s Choir.
The Central Interior Drama Festival is scheduled to take place at the Studio Theatre in Williams Lake May 28 to 31 and will include two plays from Williams Lake, one from Kersley and one from Prince George.
On Wednesday, May 28 the Studio Theatre, Williams Lake presents Sense and Sensibility by Jon Jory.
Thursday, May 29 the Studio Theatre, Williams Lake presents Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet.
Friday, May 30 the Kersley Players of Kersley present Tales From Me and Irmie by Roy Teed.
Saturday, May 31 the Pocket Theatre Company from Prince George presents Dearly Departed by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones.
Theatre B.C. is divided into 10 regional zones. In all some 60 to 70 productions from across the province will be vying for one of 10 spots available at the provincial Mainstage festival taking place at the Sagebrush Theatre in Kamloops July 4 to 12.