Intrepid Theatre hosts auction fundraiser

Intrepid Theatre is hosting its third annual Christmas auction

Intrepid Theatre is hosting its third annual Christmas auction to raise money for the theatre and the Victoria Fringe Festival. The Fringe That Stole Christmas III features food, drinks, live music, an adapted reading of the Dr. Seuss classic The Grinch That Stole Christmas and a silent auction.

A wide range of items are up for grabs at this year’s auction, from Rifflandia passes to a luxury suite at the Beacon Inn in Sidney and more.

The Fringe That Stole Christmas III goes Dec. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Superior, 106 Superior St. Tickets are $35, available online at ticketrocket.org or call 250-590-6291.

 

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