If you're looking for a night out that is filled with fun, dancing and dining, we have just the place for you. The Station Diner presents 'A Canterbury Feast'.
This year, it's 'The Curse of Confectionery Fairies,' or, 'Canterbury Culinary Delights'. The show takes us back to the mid-1400's where Sir Gideon and his ward, Oscar, stumble upon the cursed fairy village of 'Big Bazooms,' which awakes once every hundred years. Along with the show comes the feast, of course, no utensils allowed.
Written and Directed by David Durst, they say the show is the longest-running medieval theater production in the US. "We started back at Mercyhurst University in 1981 and now we're here and 37 years later, who would have thought that."
A Canterbury Feast runs now through November 18th Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at 5:30pm, and Sundays at 2:30pm. For more information, call 814-864-2022 or visit https://www.canterburyfeast.com/.
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