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Petrolia Community Theatre
comedy production of

Mrs. Parliament's Night Out
by Norm Foster

Thursday November 17 & Friday November 18 at 7:30 PM
Saturday November 19 & Sunday November 20 at 2:00 PM
at Victoria Hall - 411 Greenfield St.,Petrolia

The Story: Teresa Parliament decides to surprise her husband with a special dinner and a lovely gift for their 32nd wedding anniversary, but to her surprise he has forgotten it completely. He complains about what she cooked and gets her to make him a different meal!
After a shocking event and on the advice from her neighbourhood grocer, she sets out to truly live her life by going out in the evening instead of just staying home every night while her husband watches the 24-hour News channel.
The journey is delightful with many mishaps and adventures as the witty Mrs. Parliament starts making changes and affecting everyone's life! A crazy cast of characters influence her along the way and keep everyone laughing.

More information and cast listing...

Historic Hillsdale Cemetery Tour 2016
Walk with your guide to eight sites where actors bring to life the history of Petrolia and it's people.
Tours start at 12 noon, every 15 minutes, with last tour at 4 pm.
Tickets are $12 each. ALMOST SOLD OUT!
Call box office now 519-882-1221.
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PCT is delighted to announce the recipient of our 2015 Scholarship is Lily Cardiff. Congratulations to Lily!

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