Fri, Jun 30|
"Home Child", a play by Laura Teasdale, June 30, July 1 & 2. Sponsored by the Knowlton Lions Club
Descendants of the home children make up 10% of Canada's population, yet their existence is one of Canada's best kept secrets. This is just one of their stories. Be sure not to miss the return of this incredibly popular play. Presented in English only.
Time & Location
Jun 30, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Knowlton, 130 Chem. Lakeside, Knowlton, QC J0E 1V0, Canada
About the Event
"The year is 1894. One London girl is sent away across the vast Atlantic into the great unknown. One boy, home-grown right here in the soil of the Eastern Townships, struggles to make room for her in his family and in his heart".
Featuring the original cast. Directed by Danny McAuley. Starring Mary-Francis Kobelt as Poppy and Nicolas Retson-Fournier as Matthew.
Ticket price includes a one-time admission to the Lac-Brome Museum at any time during the 2023 Summer Season.
This play will be presented outdoors on the grounds of the Lac-Brome Museum. Please bring your folding chairs. In case of rain, the presentation will take place on the second floor of the Old Courthouse at 15, chemin St. Paul. (Please note indoor spaces will be limited to the first 50 tickets purchased)
12 and up
(Free under 12 years)$20.00