Music from Phantom

Musicals theatre star Peter Karrie returns from the UK this September to perform four concerts in the Okanagan.

Musicals theatre star Peter Karrie returns from the UK this September to perform four concerts in the Okanagan.

His performances as The Phantom in Phantom of the Opera have been acclaimed the world over.

Karrie will be at the Mary Irwin Theatre, in Kelowna on Sept. 9; Cleland Community Theatre, in Penticton on Sept. 10; Sagebrush Theatre in Kamloops on Sept. 13; and Powerhouse Theatre, in Vernon Sept. 17.

Making dreams come true is part of what these concert tours are about.  Karrie is looking for a “Christine” to sing the soprano role opposite him for the Kamloops concert.

Anyone wishing to have a chance at the role may contact Cheryl at

For tickets to the Kelowna event go to


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