Molly’s Comedy Cabaret this Friday and Saturday night kick off a busy long weekend at The Sunset Theatre in Wells. Photo submitted

Molly’s Comedy Cabaret kicks off busy long weekend at Sunset Theatre in Wells

Theatre also showing The Fred Wells Show and premiere of One Man Avengers

The Sunset Theatre in Wells kicked off a fabulous start to its 2019 season last week, and on the heels of that success, the fun continues as they launch into this Canada Day long weekend with three fabulous shows to entertain and delight.

First up is Molly’s Comedy Cabaret — a comedic romp with charismatic vocal powerhouse Molly Wilson. The Orlando Sentinel perfectly sums up Wilson’s performance: “With a vocal range as wide as Canada itself, Molly Wilson has the chops to successfully pull off the music of Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, Queen and Whitney Houston, to name a few. Add to that her delightful personality, endearing stories and comedic timing, and you’ve got “Molly’s Comedy Cabaret,” an enjoyable hour with your new bestie, Molly.”

Wilson takes the Sunset stage for two nights, Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29, at 8 p.m.

A tried and true favourite, The Fred Wells Show, will also grace the Sunset stage on Saturday, June 29 at 3 p.m.

Written by Danette Boucher and starring James Douglas, this beautiful play honours the man who founded Wells with both humour and poignancy.

This performance coincides with the Wells Reunion taking place this long weekend to celebrate the 85th anniversary of Wells.

Last but certainly not least, you will not want to miss the newest show by One Man Star Wars writer and performer Charlie Ross.

Ross premieres his latest creation, One Man Avengers, at the Sunset on July 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. Book your tickets today.

For full details on the Sunset Theatre’s 2019 season, visit For reservations, call 250-994-3400.

All tickets are $15. See you at the Sunset Theatre, located at 2357 Pooley St. in Wells!

READ MORE: Wells’ Sunset Theatre unveils summer season lineup

— Submitted by Sunset Theatre

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