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Tuesday August 14 2018 at 8:00 PM
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Working from local stories/memories of the now infamous Rubber Boot, we are creating a show that both celebrates and lampoons 141 years of the Blyth Inn. From Michael Ondaatje’s famous poem, The Concessions (which features a mid 70s portrait of the place), to the snowmobilers in the winter, to the Huron Idol karaoke contest, live bands, bubbly waitresses, to crusty bartenders, to dollar draft night, Wing Night at the Boot promises a familiar portrait of an all too familiar place.

Imagine David Attenborough pulling up a barstool and falling in love with the locals.

Venue

Blyth Memorial Community Hall
423 Queen Street
BOX 10
Blyth ON N0M 1H0


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