Y’a Une Étoile | Les Productions Cuisine à Mémé
Even if she was often known as the “little blonde with big glasses”, Angèle Arsenault was a giant of French song. Born in Abram-Village, Prince Edward Island, this singer-songwriter has had great success, especially in Acadia and Quebec, but also throughout North America and Europe. Everyone knows of course her great successes: There’s a star for you, I eat, I want to live my whole life, From time to time I have the blues, Grand-Pré and I’m Coming Home to Prince Edward Island. We have seen and heard her everywhere, in shows, on television, on radio shows, etc. Even since her passing on February 25, 2014, her music continues to shine, now on a whole new generation of artists and fans. Jeanette Arsenault, daughter of Armand and Priscille Arsenault, will perform the role of her aunt Angèle in this dinner theater this summer. You can’t miss this show!
(This show is a café-theater so we will not be serving a full meal!)
Tue, Aug 8 - Sat, Aug 12
Les Productions Cuisine à Mémé
5786 PE-11, Wellington
$24.00 - $34.50
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