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Granny's Off Her Rocker – again

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Patti McGregor is at it again, ready to entertain with her new one-woman show Granny's Off Her Rocker.

The show, which will take place March 2 in North Delta, features Hawaiian and old Cowboy tunes and includes some of McGregor's recent original theatre skits – the Clutter Busters and her fractured fairy tale, “Stumpleriltskin”

McGregor will use her guitar and percussion instruments to engage an audience’ to present a fun-filled hour for a mature audience.

Working as a professional entertainer over the past few decades, McGregor has worked as a soloist, in duos, trios and quartets.

To her, the connection to the music and theatre business is "food for the soul."

In the past, she has done most of her work accompanying herself on the keyboard, but because McGregor plans to take Granny’s off her Rocker on her third road trip to Alberta this summer, she wants to "travel light."

Granny's Off Her Rocker takes place on March 2 at 2:30 p.m. at the Firehall Centre for the Arts, 11489 84 Ave.

Doors open at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 at the door.

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