A Norm Foster play is always sure to be fun, and the Kaatza Lakeside Players are ready to deliver, starting next Tuesday. (Submitted)

Funny play coming to Centennial Hall starting Dec. 5

The Kaatza Lakeside Players are bringing a Norm Foster play to the stage. Enjoy the laughs.

It’s a fun evening out as the Kaatza Lakeside Players present The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby by Norm Foster from Dec. 5-9 at Centennial Hall in Lake Cowichan.

It’s a fish-out-of-warter story that becomes a quirky and hilarious fish in the water story, complete with romance, broken hearts, and a shark attack. At least that’s what the poster says. And by the sound of it, that should be enough to get you looking for tickets right now.

Tickets are $15. You can get them at Dot’s Shoe Store, Lake Cowichan Curves, Ten Old Books in Duncan or at the door.

Evening showtime is 7:30 p.m. and there’s a matinee on Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. as well.

So, get ready to enjoy some fun with director Dena McPhee and her gang.


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