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'Professor Crookshank' to entertain at NFLB

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jul 03, 2014 - 3:03 PM |
Professor Crookshank, a.k.a. Scott McClelland, will perform at the Northern Lights Festival Boreal July 3. Supplied photo.

Professor Crookshank, a.k.a. Scott McClelland, will perform at the Northern Lights Festival Boreal July 3. Supplied photo.

Performance revives days of travelling medicine shows

A low rumble will be heard as horses pull a large, strange caravan. The townsfolk look on through closed shutters as the Medicine Show rolls into town. A stranger has come, and with him comes the promise of mystery and miracles.

After many years of travel through exotic lands of the world, Professor Crookshank (a.k.a. Scott McClelland) has finally made his way back to civilization to bring you the finest medicinal cures from the darkest reaches of the beyond.

It’s about to get strange this year at Northern Lights Festival Boreal. From the weird and the unexplained, from the paranormal to the supernatural, McClelland will be a purveyor of wonderment and amazement for young and old at the festival's family stage starting at 3 p.m. July 5.

McClelland is also set to perform at Theatre Cambrian July 3 as The Necromancer takes to the stage.

The Necromancer is an entertaining romp into the world of the Supernatural.

Retrocognition, psychokinesis and necromancy are on the menu.

Northern Lights Festival ticket holders will be able to save $5 per ticket to see The Necromancer. Tickets are on sale now at the Theatre Cambrian Box Office or by phoning 705-524-7317.

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