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Theatre groups host reading for Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Penticton Chamber Theatre and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church are inviting Shakespeare fans to a complete reading of Twelfth Night on April 16.

Colin Cross, of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, said Shakespeare is the greatest writer of all time with beautiful language and piercing insight.

A co-production between Penticton Chamber Theatre and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian of the perennial comedy Twelfth Night is to be performed this summer.

They are inviting anyone interested in reading for a part, just reading or listening to the church located at Martin Street and Wade Avenue for a complete reading of the play on April 16 at 7 p.m.

Attendees can come through the back door and straight down the stairs. Refreshments will be served.

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