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There Goes the Bride
by Ray Cooney and John Chapman

Bride Waving Flowers in Limo

Timothy Westerby is overworked, underpaid and stressed out – and his daughter Judy is getting married in what he considers an overly lavish and expensive ceremony. Ripe for a nervous breakdown, he finally has one on the morning of the wedding, when he hits his head and meets Polly, a gorgeous young woman who finds him irresistible. Trouble is, Polly is just a hallucination! Convinced that Polly is real, Timothy delights in welcoming the alluring guest to Judy's wedding. Meanwhile, he and his wife, Ursula – who is less than thrilled over Timothy's obsession with Polly – contend with a host of complications and a barrage of colorful guests.

Set in the late 1960's London, this fast-paced British farce will have you laughing out loud from begining to end!

Performances take place in the "Secret Garden" at King's Court Estate Winery outdoors in a beautiful tent!

Your ticket includes a wonderful buffet meal and a glass of delicious King's Court Wine.

Show dates: August 

Dinner served at 6:30 for evening shows

Lunch served at 12:30 for matinees

Evening shows Fridays, and Saturdays 8 pm curtain time

Matinees Saturdays and Sundays 2 pm curtain time

Tickets: $100

Running time 2 hours plus a 20 minute intermission.

A wonderful way to spend a summer afternoon or a secret garden by a vineyard!

King's Court Estate Winery and Vineyard, 

2083 Seventh Street Louth, St. Catharines,

ON L2R 6P9

General admission seating

Limited seating - maximum 48 per performance!

*Please be aware that ticket sales for each performance will close 24 hours prior to the performance*


Cast List

Ursula Westerby: Carla Zabek

Judy Westerby: Maxie Dara

Dr. Gerald Drimmond: Vince Carlin

Daphne Drimmond: Wendy Oughtred

Timothy Westerby: Peter Churey

Bill Shorter: Rikki Wright

Polly Perkins: Kate Racheter

Charles Babcock: Rob Woodcock

"There Goes the Bride" is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French Inc.

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