The Great Big Boo! comes to Langley on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27. Courtesy Talk Shop Media

Family friendly Halloween show in Langley

The Great Big Boo! family friendly musical returns to Langley

With Halloween creeping up, The Great Big Boo! is coming to Langley.

The Great Big Boo! is a live-action, family friendly musical that brings the audience along for the ride as part of a quest to save Halloween.

The show combines live musical theatre with an on-screen show at the Colossus Langley Cinema.

The show is 50 minutes long and promises to be ‘non-scary,’ so the whole family can enjoy it.

President of Wondersee Entertainment, Patrick Roberge, said the show had a successful season in 2017 and he is thrilled that it is returning.

“It’s a one-of-a-kind musical-theatre show that brings families together for quality time, entertainment and, of course, trick-or-treating fun. After the success of last year’s shows, we know that The Great Big Boo! will continue to become a Halloween tradition for families across Canada.”

The Great Big Boo! features an orignal score and dynamic dance numbers. After the show, the audience is invited to meet the stars and join a trick-or-treat event.

The Great Big Boo! plays at the Colossus Langley Cinema on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27 at various showtimes.

Showtimes and ticket sales can be found here.

Tickets are $22 per person.

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