Harmony House is excited to announce that the popular show The Island Summer Review will return to the theatre for summer 2015.
Featuring comedian Patrick Ledwell and musician Mark Haines, The Island Summer Review 3 hopes to have another summer of full houses stomping their feet, in laughter and with the beat.
“We’d like to thank Island audiences for the wonderful spirit and support,” says performer Patrick Ledwell. “Even with the dizzying range of show options in summer 2014, people really came out to Hunter River. We feel very grateful and encouraged to return.”
Harmony House co-owner Melanie Taylor is also looking forward to the summer ahead. “We’re seeing lots of audience members come back each year for the new show,” remarks Taylor. “Families and friends are making the Review into an annual summer tradition.”
The Island Summer Review 3 opens July 8th. The show will run three nights a week, each Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday night at 8 p.m., until September 11th.
The Island Summer Review 3 Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, starting July 8
Tickets $22 plus HST, with 20%-off specials for the first 2 July weekends
For tickets, call the box office at (902) 964-2255 or buy with on-line box office
Writing about The Island Summer Review 2 in summer 2014, The Guardian shares that the show “had the audience roaring.” The Buzz writes that as audience members, you “go home feeling like you’ve experienced the real spirit of the Island.”
The Island Summer Review 3 will be a brand-new edition of the show, telling a fresh set of Island stories through music and comedy. Put The Island Summer Review 3 on your calendar for summer 2015.
Patrick Ledwell’s quick-witted comedy has brought him national recognition with multiple appearances on CBC Radio’s “The Debaters.” His first book, “I Am an Islander” was published in 2012, and it’s on its way to becoming a Canadian best-seller.
Mark Haines is a multi-instrumentalist, a gifted entertainer, and a sought-after collaborator. He brings a wide repertoire of roots-based music and an engaging personality to every one of his performances, whether it’s the local pub or the Royal Alexandra in Toronto.