37/65 – The Livery ~ Goderich Little Theatre (A Christmas In The Highlands)

We are talking with some really great friends on the podcast this week. Like so many, The livery theatre and Goderich Little Theatre has a very special place in our hearts. In fact, we may have mentioned once or twice before that it’s the place Milli and I met for the first time.

I’ve seen countless wonderful shows there and even got to act in a couple. Today we’re chatting with with my buddy John Lodge about the Livery Theatre on South St. in Goderich, some of it’s amazing history and it’s connection with Goderich Little Theatre. Also joining us, a couple of people I talk about often, Warren and Eleanor Robinson who have a production called Christmas in the Highlands set to open soon.

We should note that as of publication of this photoblog, ticketed performances for Christmas in the Highlands have all sold out however this (Thursday November 30th) … is an open first come first served, pay-by-donation performance.


Next up for GLT is a show called “Elizabeth Rex”, directed by David Armour (who’s a good friend who has also been our podcast)
That one plays Feb 22-25 and Feb 29-March 3rd

And closing the season “Lend Me a Tenor”, directed by Deborah Viera running May 2-5 and May 9-12.

Again stay up to date with The Livery & Goderich Little Theatre check the web site HERE 
AND also The Livery Theatre – Goderich Little Theatre on Facebook
AND The Livery on Instagram

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