Mini Theatre Arcade


March 14 – 17 8:00 – 11:00 pm (ongoing)

(Go down the Alley behind Sugo and look for “someone”)

Pay at the door

Duck down the alley, and brave the spooky stairs to enter a secret under- world arcade of miniature theatres. Cross the palm of each show’s opera- tor with a toonie or a fiver and find out. Peek inside each individual box for a tiny puppet show or twisted movie. Marvel at the tragedy of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, rejoice in The Ice Cream Man,or giggle at Bee Bomb. Then settle in for a scare with Suckathumb, and walk off wondering When I Met Dottie. Most shows suitable for families. But not all.


This troupe of odd sorts joined forces one All Hallow’s Eve in Inglewood, (always a dangerous and magical time). After battling drunken louts afflicted with a hatred of teddy bears and druids, our heroes narrowly escaped down an alley. Stumbling into The Bat Cave, they startled its former occupant, a puppeteer’s ghost named “Frank.” A treasure of ancient suitcases was revealed, and so the Mini Theatre Arcade was born. Watch your step.


Artist: Various
Series: Sideshow
Venue: The Bat Cave
Duration: 2-10 min
Recommended Age: All ages
Price: $ 2 – $5

Members: please call 403-266-1503 to book your tickets over the phone.
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