Last chance to catch Rossland Light Opera Players show

The Rossland Light Opera Players will put on the final showing of The Show Must Go On Friday night.

Friday is the final showing by the Rossland Light Opera Players of The Show Must Go On! (60 Years Of Memories)

This Friday is the last chance to check out Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP) main stage show The Show Must Go On! (60 Years Of Memories). The players put on two shows at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail last weekend and will round out the performances Friday at the Rossland Secondary School auditorium.

This is the 60th anniversary show, and to mark that, the play highlights past shows and the stories surrounding them.

The show also highlights the Rossland Light Opera Players orchestra, which sits right on stage with the performers, and features a slideshow presentation that goes back through the years.

RLOP will perform at the Rossland Secondary School auditorium March 1 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from Rossland Hardware and are $17 for adults and $12 for children 12 and under.

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