Show producer Kathy Knight enjoys the show. (Linda Foubister photo)

PHOTOS: Monterey brings Broadway to Oak Bay

Favourite Broadway show tunes came to Monterey Recreation Centre when Monterey Cabaret presented its Love on Broadway show. Romance bloomed as the chorus sang selections from shows such as The King and I, Oliver, My Fair Lady and Funny Face. Name the Tune contest tested the memories of audience members for the old favourites.

If you love singing and movement, consider joining Monterey Cabaret – no auditions are required. Visit the centre at 1442 Monterey Ave. for more information.

READ ALSO: Monterey Faces: Meet Elsie Farr

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Pauline Price and Dennis Eberts capture the magic of Broadway. (Linda Foubister photo)

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