REVIEW: Blyth Festival scores solid eight-ender with The New Canadian Curling Club

Heather Boa Blog

Whether you like the sport of curling or not, you will love “The New Canadian Curling Club,” which opened June 22 at the Blyth Festival Theatre, says Liz Dadson, of The Kincardine Record.
Written by Mark Crawford and directed by Miles Potter, it’s the world premiere of this play which is a magnificent combination of small-town bigotry, political correctness, and of course, curling.
A fast-paced comedy with some poignant moments, credit goes to the cast which has a good handle on the comedic timing that is critical for this show.

Read the full review on The Kincardine Record’s webiste here.