Langford welcomes Stomp with big crowd

A little rain didn't dampen the spirits of West Shore residents as Stomp performed



 

Crowds filled the street tonight under threatening skies as acclaimed Stomp took

the stage on Goldstream Avenue in Langford.

See photos on our Facebook page.

“Langford is one of our strongest growing communities out of the Victoria centre,” said Henry Kolenko, artistic producer of Broadway in Victoria.

The 15-minute show started around 6 p.m. and members of the dance group stuck around for a meet and greet with the audience. The streets are still crowded at this time, and the section of Goldstream between Veterans Memorial Parkway and Peatt Road will remain closed until around 8 p.m.

Stomp performs a series of shows at the Royal Theatre from Aug. 27 to Sept. 1. The performers arrive one day early to perform in Langford.

 

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