When one door closes another opens in the farce Rookery Nook

UVic's Phoenix Theatre is mouting the Noel Coward farce Rookery Nook, opening Nov. 3 and running until Nov. 19.

Director Bindon Kinghorn and the cast of UVic's production of Rookery Nook.

Director Bindon Kinghorn and the cast of UVic's production of Rookery Nook.

UVic’s Phoenix Theatre is taking audiences on a seaside holiday in England with the Ben Travers farce, Rookery Nook. Directed by longtime Phoenix Theatre manager Bindon Kinghorn, Rookery Nook will undoubtedly offer plenty of laughs in a time when they are well needed. Rookery Nook opens Nov. 3 and runs until Nov. 19. Tickets at 250-721-8000.

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