A summer, a fair

Matt Selic serenades the crowd at Coronation Cider Hall during a performance of A Summer, A Fair. The play focusses on the days leading up to the Cantley Picnic.

The cast of A Summer, A Fair open the show for the crowd at Coronation Hall in Bristol. Those in attendance were treated to a mix of folk and country songs, all of which were written by the play’s writer and composer Ian Tamblyn.

Chris Lowrey
BRISTOL August 5, 2017
Coronation Hall played host to the third installment of a series of plays that shed light on rural Canada.
A Summer, A Fair rolled through Bristol in its second performance of the day on August 5.
The play looks at the Cantley Community Picnic, which was a mainstay in the community in the Upper Gatineau region, and the efforts of several local residents to get ready for the big event.

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