Bolton Regional Councillor Good to Know

Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

The performing arts are alive and well in Caledon as the Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers present this comedy/mystery spoof!

A creepy old mansion once owned by an eccentric mystery writer, whose recent death mirrors the fate of the characters in his plays, is the setting for the Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers’ upcoming production of Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.

Directed by Kathie Maloney, the Tim Kelly two-act comedy/mystery spoof will be presented at the Inglewood Community Centre, 15825 McLaughlin Road March 22, and 23, and then on April 5 and 6 Show time is 8 pm. There is a dinner theatre combination available March 23, with dinner being served at the Inglewood United Church, 15673 McLaughlin Road, at 6 pm. Dinner/theatre tickets are $35. Theatre only tickets are $15.

Tickets are available at the Inglewood General Store and the Coffee Bean Grill and Café or by contacting (905) 838-2874 or

There will also be a special Dinner Theatre on Saturday March 30 sponsored by the Caledon West Rotary. For information on the Rotary event contact Tom Dolson at (905) 843-2052.

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Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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  • Hi Patti How great to see you sending this out! Thanks so much! Debbe has taken to the boards in the last two years (Mrs. Bones the housekeeper in this play) and I’m the mousey librarian Miranda. We have so much fun with this stuff – about as local and amateur as you can get – but we love it! Thanks again for letting everyone know! Very best as always… Sheilagh

  • Thanks Patti for doing this. Sheilagh, Marce and I are involved with this – Sheilagh and I on stage and Marce as prompt. Too much fun!