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The Versatiles cancel 'Speakeasy'

The Versatiles at a recent rehearsal. - Contributed
The Versatiles at a recent rehearsal.
— image credit: Contributed

The show won’t go on.

Susie Frances and The Versatiles – a Cloverdale troupe of golden-aged performers – have had to cancel their upcoming show, Speakeasy, at Port Kells Hall, due to ill health.

The group recently performed at the Cloverdale Legion and had planned a June 15 event in Port Kells that was supposed to include dancing, gambling with funny money, a silent and live auction and more.

Their fans can instead look for them the following weekend in Cloverdale, where The Versatiles will be doing two, one-hour shows at the B.C. Vintage Truck Museum at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds on June 21 as part of the Doors Open event.

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