Award winning actor and one of the creators of Mom’s the Word, Deborah Williams.

Belfry reignites The Flame

The Flame storytelling series returns to the Belfry Theatre January 12

The Flame is a storytelling series that features real people sharing their personal true stories in front of a live audience. Since its inception in 2009, The Flame has flourished and grown into a wildly popular Vancouver and Victoria event that packs venues to the rafters.

Storytellers will include Comedian Wes Borg, actor/director Lina de Guevara, Beverly Duthie, storyteller Faye Mogensen, award-winning Author Monique Gray Smith and composer/playwright Bruce Ruddell.

Tickets for The Flame are $5 (+ GST) and can be reserved by calling 250-385-6815 or on the Belfry’s website Limited tickets will be available at the door the evening of the performance.

 

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