<span>Kamloops:</span> April 18 to May 4 2013

Kamloops: April 18 to May 4 2013

The hilarious story of a 22-year-old journalist from Vancouver who takes a job as a reporter for the Williams Lake Tribune. His stint in the legendary Cariboo town is a wild ride to another world and another era. Adapted from the award-winning novel, Never Shoot a Stampede Queen is an unforgettable comic memoir of a city boy learning to love life in a cowboy town.

“Laced with humour, truth, and unbelievable people…You’ll shake your head, your jaw will drop, and you’ll laugh.” –Prince George Free Press

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About The Western Canada Theatre Company

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The largest professional theatre in the BC Interior WCT is the perfect launching pad for the World Premiere of a comedy about life in the most storied town in the BC Interior.

About Kamloops

Kamloops, Canada’s Tournament Capital, is located at the confluence of the South and North Thompson Rivers in British Columbia’s semi-arid grasslands, and is a hotbed of outdoor activities.

Sandstone canyons, grasslands, and evergreen timberlands play host to incredible hiking, mountain biking, and camping. More than 100 lakes and two major rivers provide great fishing, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and tubing.

Kamloops was named one of the top three GamesTown2010 communities for demonstrating its spirit and passion for sports and healthy living leading up to the 2010 Winter Games.

Not only an outdoor activity centre, Kamloops also takes pride in its vibrant arts community, represented in art galleries throughout the city, and theatre and music festivals and events held annually.

 

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