The Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts has announced Monday its fall mini series performances happening over the next three months.
The series will be presented before reduced and socially-distanced audiences at the Dekker Centre, with strict sanitization measures taking place.
Happening Oct. 24 is comedian Kelly Taylor, whose performing credits include a second place finish at the Just for Laughs Homegrown competition.
Nov. 14 is headlined by the Bromantics, A Tribute to the 50s. According to their promotional material they play Louis Prima to Ben E. King and everything in between. The performance features tribute tunes as well as a few originals.
Finally, Dec. 6 features A Very Prairie Christmas: with Jeffrey Straker. Straker is an award winning singer-songwriter-pianist and his performance will feature classic and contemporary Christmas songs and story telling.
All show times are 7:30 p.m. and the cost is $35 plus fees and GST. The Dekker Centre is asking people to wear a mask in those areas of the venue when physical distancing cannot be maintained such as entry, exit, in the lobby, washroom, or at the Box Office; to provide contact information for anyone you purchase tickets for; to maintain physical distance of two metres from all other patrons, staff and volunteers and to not congregate in high traffic areas; and use your debit and/or credit card.
Box office hours are Tuesday and Thursday over the phone between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m., and on Wednesday over the phone and in person during the same times. Contactless payment is preferred.