Sunday, July 5, 2015

Keep The Canada Day Celebrations Going With Drayton Entertaiment's CANADIAN LEGENDS

Oh Canada

With Canada Day happening earlier this week, we were delighted to attend Drayton Entertainment's Canadian Legends show on July 2nd to keep the celebration going!

Many of our readers will remember how much we enjoyed Sorry I'm Canadian, and we are thrilled to say that this production is a wonderful continuation of that theme.

A gifted comedian,  Neil Aitchison takes to the stage as his popular alter ego, Constable Archibald F. Inkster, the RCMP officer who last graced the Cambridge stage in the 2013 production, Sorry … I’m Canadian.
This time around, Aitchison has a new horse (Mulcair) and plenty of new razor-sharp satire as he pokes fun at every political party, and some choice individuals – even Queen Elizabeth is not immune from some good-natured ribbing. Aitchison’s homespun charm and relaxed, jovial delivery create an effortless rapport with the audience. He has a spring in his step and added zing to his one-liners as regales the appreciative audience with his personal tales of domestic bliss and unfortunate “furniture disease.”
But the real star of this production is the music, and oh what a feeling it evokes.

Maple Leaf Music

We really enjoyed this musical tribute to Canadian artists and found ourselves singing along and trying to sit still in our seats.  I heard many people after the show comment on they didn't realize so many popular songs are by Canadian singers.  Kudos to Drayton Entertainment for highlighting these incredible musical talents.

We're Ready For Round Two

On our ride back to Kitchener we talked about the singers that we would put in if they had a sequel to Canadian Legends. After you see the show maybe we could compare notes in the comments below.
Regular performance tickets are $42.00 for adults; $25.00 for youth under 20 years of age. HST is applicable to all ticket prices.Canadian Legends plays eight shows a week through July 18th. Tickets can be purchased
  1. In person at The Dunfield Theatre
  2. Calling the Box Office at (519) 519-621-8000 or toll free at 1-855-drayton (372-9866)

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