William Head troupe provokes self-reflection wth new play

Prison inmates perform at William Head starting Friday

‘What advice would you give your younger self?’ is the central question of “Time Waits for No One,” a play inspired by the individual experiences of inmates at William Head Institution, the minimum-security prison in Metchosin.

Beginning Oct. 10, the show runs for 12 public performances until Nov. 8. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. The play is being put on by William Head on Stage, the only prison theatre company in Canada that invites the public in to experience their shows.

Tickets are $20, available at ticketrocket.org, at MyChosen Cafe, 4492 Happy Valley Rd. or at Ticket Rocket, 2-1609 Blanshard St.

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