Live Bait Presents Christmas Dinner Theatre

In Amherst November 29 – December 1, and in Sackville Wednesday to Saturday, December 5th to 15th. For ticket information for Sackville click here.
For ticket information for Amherst, click here.

Live Bait Theatre is excited to once again be partnering with Charlie Rhindress to offer their very popular Christmas themed dinner theatre. In “No Room at the Inn” a freak snowstorm shuts down the TransCanada highway, leaving a pregnant virgin, a wannabe rapper and a host of other crazy characters spending Christmas Eve together in a makeshift shelter. Featuring a delicious roast turkey dinner with dessert and with classic Christmas songs and hits from the 50s to today, the evening is sure to bring smiles to faces of everyone who attends. As someone who attended Live Bait’s most recent dinner theatre said, “If you haven’t seen it…you need to! It was hilarious. Loved it!”.

“No Room at the Inn” will be written and directed by Charlie Rhindress. It is to be presented at the Amherst Golf Club November 29th to December 1st, and at the Sackville Legion Wednesday to Saturday, December 5th to 15th. The cost is $40 per person, or $37.50 for groups of eight or more. The doors for the show open at 6:30 pm, and the show starts at 7 pm. Dinner will be served at approximately 7:30 pm. Early purchase of tickets is recommended as last year’s edition of the Christmas dinner theatre was completely sold out (don’t risk finding out there’s no room at the inn for you!). For more information on the show, or to purchase tickets, contact Live Bait at (506) 536-2248 or click here. Tickets can also be purchased at Robert Lyons Graphics in Sackville and Bargain Bennies in Amherst.

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