Letters in Wartime

Head down to the Davies Foundation Auditorium in September for the excellent Domino Theatre show Letters in Wartime.

Written by Stephen Scriver and Kenneth Brown, it’s the story of Allan and Moira. Allan, an RCAF Pilot during World War II, and Moira, a worker at Blatchford Field, Edmonton. They’ve got a long distance relationship that they’re trying to keep going throughout the war.

This play was first debuted at the Edmonton Fringe Festival, where it actually was picked as the best production.

It’s a really great, tumultuous love story that shouldn’t be missed.

Entry is $20 and it is every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night from September 3rd through September 16.

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