Arts and Entertainment

The band Too Much of Anything in a promo photo.

VIDEO: White Rock band rocks ‘Just for the Night’ with QOTSA-like song 4 years after forming

Too Much of Anything trio set to perform Aug. 20 at Portside Pub in East Vancouver

 

Cassidy Hergott (left, as Doris) and Natalie Peters (Enid) in Peninsula Productions' version of Agatha Christie’s "The Stranger," to be staged at the company’s studio in Centennial Park from Aug. 18-28. (Contributed photo: Kat Siemens)

‘Stranger’ things: Rarely-staged Agatha Christie story to play theatre in White Rock park

‘Lost classic’ script promises vintage suspense from Peninsula Productions, with Alex Browne directing

 

Moontock of Surrey is the recipient of the Dakota Leslie Memorial Fan Vote in the 2022 Fraser Valley Music Awards.

Winners of 2022 Fraser Valley Music Awards announced in 16 categories

Musicians honoured from across Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley

 

The band Top City performs a free concert Wednesday, Aug. 3 at Clayton Community Centre, 6:30 p.m., as part of the city’s Sounds of Summer series. See listing under Concerts. (Photo: facebook.com/topcityhorns)
The band Top City performs a free concert Wednesday, Aug. 3 at Clayton Community Centre, 6:30 p.m., as part of the city’s Sounds of Summer series. See listing under Concerts. (Photo: facebook.com/topcityhorns)
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Presto, he’s president: World’s largest magic organization now led by Surrey’s Billy Hsueh

‘It just feels really good to represent an organization that I’ve been part of since I was, like, 11’

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Surrey’s Royal Canadian Theatre Company moves forward without King as managing artistic director

New roles for Crystal Weltzin and Kerri Norris as three new shows are announced for 2022-23 season

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Florida-based performer Tymisha “Tush” Harris returns to Surrey Arts Centre’s Main Stage with a pair of shows in October. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

No Arts Club Theatre plays in Surrey this fall/winter as company postpones touring shows

Surrey Civic Theatres’ 2022-23 season to offer ‘robust and fulsome selection of theatre shows’

Florida-based performer Tymisha “Tush” Harris returns to Surrey Arts Centre’s Main Stage with a pair of shows in October. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre performs Aqualung at the Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey on July 25. Drew Stawin Photography

Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre Aqualung 50th Anniversary Tour

With original band member Clive Bunker

  • Jul 4, 2022
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre performs Aqualung at the Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey on July 25. Drew Stawin Photography
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Surrey director gets intimate with TUTS shows ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘Something Rotten!’

‘This is my first time working on 2 musicals like this, on a bigger stage in such a fantastic location,’ Jessica Nelson says

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Pivot Theatre members at the Fraser Valley Zone Festival where awards were won for Best New Theatre Company, Best Costume Design (Margaret Shearman) and Best Sound Design (Kevin Ibbotson). (Photo: Facebook)

Surrey’s Pivot Theatre wins awards for ‘My Blue Heaven’ comedy, now set to play Vernon

Theatre company’s second annual yard sale July 9 at Newton Cultural Centre

Pivot Theatre members at the Fraser Valley Zone Festival where awards were won for Best New Theatre Company, Best Costume Design (Margaret Shearman) and Best Sound Design (Kevin Ibbotson). (Photo: Facebook)
Tamara Stanners at Vancouver's Zulu Records- Lia Crowe photography

Among the stars

Painting, producing and performing all part of Constellation Festival co-organizer’s artist pursuits

  • Jun 24, 2022
Tamara Stanners at Vancouver's Zulu Records- Lia Crowe photography
Photo posted to Car Free Day Surrey’s website, carfree.ca.
Photo posted to Car Free Day Surrey’s website, carfree.ca.
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Quilts by the Marvelous Makers group to support Ukraine, and displaced Ukrainians, as displayed at White Rock Library during May. Contributed photo
Quilts by the Marvelous Makers group to support Ukraine, and displaced Ukrainians, as displayed at White Rock Library during May. Contributed photo
Drag performers sing “We Are Family” at the 2020 Surrey Pride festival at Central City Plaza. The 2022 festival returns there on Saturday, June 25. (File photo: Lauren Collins)

In June, Pride Month events in Surrey lead up to festival at Central City plaza

Music, movies, drag shows, a Pride history talk, bingo and more at sites around Surrey

Drag performers sing “We Are Family” at the 2020 Surrey Pride festival at Central City Plaza. The 2022 festival returns there on Saturday, June 25. (File photo: Lauren Collins)
Charlotte Diamond entertains during this weekend’s Surrey SPARK Stages series of shows for kids, at Surrey Arts Centre, starting with an All-Ages Dance Party. See listings under Kids/Youth. (Submitted photo)
Charlotte Diamond entertains during this weekend’s Surrey SPARK Stages series of shows for kids, at Surrey Arts Centre, starting with an All-Ages Dance Party. See listings under Kids/Youth. (Submitted photo)
The City of Delta held its grand opening of the North Delta Centre for the Arts on Saturday (May 14, 2022). (Photo: Lauren Collins)

City holds grand opening of North Delta Centre for the Arts

The event’s theme was ‘Welcome back, Delta’

The City of Delta held its grand opening of the North Delta Centre for the Arts on Saturday (May 14, 2022). (Photo: Lauren Collins)
ABBA tribute band ABRA Cadabra returns to Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Friday, May 13. Call 604-507-6355 for info, or visit bellperformingartscentre.com. (Submitted photo)
ABBA tribute band ABRA Cadabra returns to Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Friday, May 13. Call 604-507-6355 for info, or visit bellperformingartscentre.com. (Submitted photo)
Last summer Jim Trimble enjoyed a beverage on the patio of the Fleetwood-area retirement condo he shared with his wife, Pat Trimble. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Cancer claims Surrey’s ‘Diamond’ Jim Trimble, who loved to entertain crowds later in life

He won awards for work to establish The Vaudevillians troupe and Naked Stage theatre company

Last summer Jim Trimble enjoyed a beverage on the patio of the Fleetwood-area retirement condo he shared with his wife, Pat Trimble. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
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Movie about musical brothers separated by Cuba/U.S. politics shown at Surrey city hall

April 29 screening date for the documentary ‘Los Hermanos/The Brothers’

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