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Dec 2018

Roy Versus the Red Baron

  In April 1918, the most feared and famous fighter pilot ever - The Red Baron was shot down over France. The man credited with ending Baron von Richthofen’s reign of the World War I skies was a Canadian...from Edmonton, Alberta...his name was Roy Brown. 100 years later, Edmonton playwright - Kenneth Brown - brings Roy and The Red Baron together in an Afterlife Officers’ Mess Hall.  They relive the famous day that started with Roy just trying to prevent the Baron killing his friend Wop May, also from Edmonton.   Through stories, jokes, drink and song these warriors of the sky attempt to reconcile their conflicting views of the world…

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Roy Versus the Red Baron

  In April 1918, the most feared and famous fighter pilot ever - The Red Baron was shot down over France. The man credited with ending Baron von Richthofen’s reign of the World War I skies was a Canadian...from Edmonton, Alberta...his name was Roy Brown. 100 years later, Edmonton playwright - Kenneth Brown - brings Roy and The Red Baron together in an Afterlife Officers’ Mess Hall.  They relive the famous day that started with Roy just trying to prevent the Baron killing his friend Wop May, also from Edmonton.   Through stories, jokes, drink and song these warriors of the sky attempt to reconcile their conflicting views of the world…

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Roy Versus the Red Baron

  In April 1918, the most feared and famous fighter pilot ever - The Red Baron was shot down over France. The man credited with ending Baron von Richthofen’s reign of the World War I skies was a Canadian...from Edmonton, Alberta...his name was Roy Brown. 100 years later, Edmonton playwright - Kenneth Brown - brings Roy and The Red Baron together in an Afterlife Officers’ Mess Hall.  They relive the famous day that started with Roy just trying to prevent the Baron killing his friend Wop May, also from Edmonton.   Through stories, jokes, drink and song these warriors of the sky attempt to reconcile their conflicting views of the world…

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Servus Free Access Night

      The Alberta Aviation Museum is happy to announce another exciting year of Free Access Nights! Servus Credit Union has partnered with the museum to present FREE family access nights from 5 to 8pm on the last Thursday of every month. Bring your family and friends and discover Edmonton's aviation legacy with family-friendly drop-in tours and kids activities! Pick up your free puzzle airplane!      

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