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Nelson Civic Theatre Society holds open house Sunday

The Nelson Civic Centre Theatre is opening its doors on Sunday so the society looking to make it function again can show the public what
The Nelson Civic Centre Theatre is opening its doors on Sunday so the society looking to make it function again can show the public what's in store.
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The Nelson Civic Theatre Society is throwing the doors open to the Civic-curious this Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Those who haven’t been in the theatre since the last time the projector rolled will want to see the space now: how far the society has come, where they’ve yet to go, and all about        opportunities to help.

There will be some short presentations during the afternoon, opportunities for Q & A, tours of course, and what would a theatre be without popcorn?

Building a theatre comes hand in hand with building community — and that hand-holding needn’t be consigned to the back row. That becomes even easier when they have rows. The society is launching the Nelson Civic Theatre Seat Sale: sponsor a seat for $250 and you may even get to install it yourself.

Because this is “The Theatre Nelson Built,” it seems right to put the tools in your hands.

Not handy with a wrench? No worries; their Chair Elves will do the job.

The first film Night is coming up February 23, but shhhhh! The movie presentation is still a secret. There will be special pricing for members and opportunities to join.

There will be lights, projector, action — and seats!

The Nelson Civic Theatre project is a member-driven non-profit venture that aims to reopen and operate the Nelson Civic Theatre as a three-screen cinema for new and classic films, satellite television on the big screen (think Metropolitan Opera), performance and special events.

 

 

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