March 2024

Events | Performances | Workshops | Classes

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! For the 2024 Festival season.

If you love dance, or even if you are curious about dance - this is a great opportunity for you (and family) to get involved at your desired level of involvement. There are numerous volunteer opportunites for those with or without dance experience!

Please join us as we welcome nearly 10,000 dancers over the course of a month [April 1 - 27, 2024]. Location is the Surrey Arts Centre.

Call us at 604.585.3320 and talk with us about an exciting and enjoyable volunteer opportunity

CITY | Josh Hite: A Vista
Now–April 21

This multimedia installation documents a performance of the same name which took place at New Westminster’s Massey Theatre in 2019, one of Canada’s few remaining theatres with a hemp house rigging system. In Hite’s multimedia artwork, the labour that ordinarily marks a transition between scenes becomes the star of the show.



March 13 | 7:30pm | $29–$49
Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre

This show includes Julie Kim, one of Canada’s top stand-up comedians as your headliner, as well as fabulous feature, Syd Bosel and excellent emcee, Rachel Schaefer. This show is certain to tickle your funny bone until it aches. Gather your friends—it’s perfect for a night out! Audience Advisory: Mature content and strong language.


CITY | PERFORMING | Coffee Concert: The Planets

March 17 | 1pm | $34–$39
Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre

Reach for the stars—or the planets! The Bergmann Duo will present Gustav Holst’s masterpiece, The Planets, one of classical music’s most exciting and beloved works. This Coffee Concert also includes the popular pre-show social hour, so it’s guaranteed to be out of this world!

CITY | Performing | Acting for the Camera

Performing art classes at | Surrey Civic Theatres

Have you ever wanted to be on screen? Orsy Szabo will teach you the basic techniques, knowledge and tips needed for acting in front of the camera. Classes for children and adults.


Made in Italy

February 28–March 9 | $29–$54
Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre

In the final Arts Club on Tour show of the season, meet Francesco Mantini, a second-generation Italian teen struggling to find his place in Jasper, Alberta. Inspired by pop culture icons Rocky Balboa and John Travolta, he reinvents himself as Frank Martin: crooner and ladies’ man. As buoyant and bubbly as a glass of prosecco, Made in Italy is a celebration of music, food and family that’s so delightful you won’t soon fuhgeddaboudit!


Westcoast Harmony Chorus: Welcoming new members at all experience levels. We are BACK to IN PERSON rehearsals, guests are welcome and encouraged to participate! Contact and or visit to learn more!
Westcoast just recently launch a new public website ( and now as we move forward through the pandemic, we are focused on, and extremely excited to be preparing for our International Competition, this September, in Phoenix Arizona!

With permission from West Coast Harmony - you are invited to watch this uplifting and inspiring video of amazing vocals. This video was done during COVID entirely by Video Conferencing.
Congratulations to everyone who made this production possible.

Want to know what you are getting into before you contact this great group? Take a look at the performance in the video below and check out all the smiling faces - these people are having fun and creating art ...why not join them?!

Dean Paul Gibson shares his thoughts on how to make a living as a performer