Youth Show Choir cooks up new shows

This weekend's event will help fund December's upcoming show, Stars in their Eyes.

The Sooke Youth Show Choir has been busy with a variety of upcoming shows and performances for all entertainment-hungry Sookies out there.

The first of will be the Burger & Beer Movie Trivia Night fundraiser happening this Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Sooke Legion at 6 p.m., with  tickets going for $20, which includes a burger, fries, and a beverage.

All proceeds will go in support of SYSC’s December show, Stars in their Eyes. The event will also include a movie trivia tournament, which people can take part in for $5.

In addition, SYSC will also be holding auditions for the musical Aladdin on Nov. 25 and Nov. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Saseenos Elementary School.

Auditions will be in groups of two in 10-minute slots. Materials are available from our Facebook page (see link below).

Rehearsals for this production will run from January through May/June on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. Performances will run in June.

The performance will take place in a professional theatre space, complete with the usual colour of unique costumes, lights, microphones, choreography, and more.

Venue rental, sheet music, insurance, professional instruction, posters, tickets add up, so fees for participating will be $20 per month plus a $10 membership fee per family.

Space is limited, so email sookeyouthshowchoir@gmail.com for more info.

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