The Bert Church LIVE Theatre (BCLT) is well underway in planning its upcoming 2020/2021 season. Each year, BCLT strives to bring a wide range of entertainment to Airdrie that features something for all ages.
“Situated in a city with a wide demographic of citizens, it is important to offer something for everyone where people can enjoy great entertainment that is only a short drive away,” says Chris Stockton, artistic producer at The Bert Church LIVE Theatre. Stockton is anxious to let people know what’s in store for 2020/2021.
“I am so excited for Airdrie to hear what we have planned for our upcoming season — all connecting to the theme “A Long Time Ago … Far, Far Away.”
When asked what his vision is for the future of the BCLT, Stockton says, “My vision comes down to two words: engage and entertain. We want to engage with all citizens of Airdrie from age one to 101, whether it’s through a dance recital, our arts programs or our upcoming shows in our Presenting Series — we want everyone in Airdrie to feel a connection with BCLT as a place that not only presents incredible shows but welcomes everyone to come along for the ride and be a part of the magic we offer.”
Although the season’s shows haven’t officially been announced, Stockton says, “You are going to see a blend of new acts that Airdrie has never seen before, alongside performances that have resonated with our audiences in the past. Whether you are looking for a date night filled with great music, a piece of theatre for the whole family or to enjoy or an interactive performance experience, you will not be disappointed!”
Before you jump ahead to what’s on the horizon for BCLT there are still plenty of great shows coming to Airdrie including: Calgary-based a cappella group The Heebee-jeebees; Billy McGuigan’s Rock Legends (where the audience chooses what they want to hear); Airdrie’s own Prairie Mountain Fiddlers; Dufflebag Theatre’s Beauty and the Beast; and the Nose Creek Players present Alice in Wonderland. You can learn more and get tickets at bclt.ca