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L–R: Cast and creators of Mom’s the Word 3: Nest ½ Empty. Photo by Emily Cooper; Misery illustration; Meg Roe and Andrew McNee in Onegin. Photo by David Cooper

The hilarious and poignant Mom’s the Word 3: Nest ½ Empty has finished its successful run. If you bought single tickets to this show, you probably would have heard about the other shows in the Series during the pre-show announcement. Interested? Don’t worry, you haven’t missed the boat.

You can apply the cost of your Mom’s tickets to the price of a subscription, and be in the audience for Stephen King’s chilling thriller Misery and Onegin, the hit musical that’s as immersive as love itself. Just phone the Box Office and our helpful staff will set you up.

2017/18 is our 50th anniversary—and it's gold! The Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre opened its first show in 1968, and Surrey Civic Theatres will be celebrating this milestone all season long.

If you already have a subscription to the current series and you have any questions, need to switch your dates, or add single tickets, just call the Box Office.

Exclusive Subscriber Benefits

  • Up to 22% off the cost of single tickets
  • $5 off individual tickets to Surrey Civic Theatres presentations in the 2017/18 season
  • Free ticket exchanges—need to change your show date? No problem!

And as always, parking is free.

Subscription Prices

Our theatres are now divided into zones. This way you can tailor your seating preference to your budget.

These prices are for all 3 shows.
Zone A: $114
Zone B: $  99
Zone C: $  79

Prices include taxes, facility fees, and service charges.

Seating map of the Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre showing zones A, B, C


Sensational Shows


January 10–20, 2018

Stephen King’s chilling thriller
By William Goldman. Based on the novel by Stephen King

Successful romance novelist Paul Sheldon is rescued from a car crash by his “Number One Fan,” Annie Wilkes, and wakes up in her secluded home in the mountains of Colorado. While Annie nurses him back to health, Paul soon realizes that he is not her guest, but her captive. Angered that he has killed off her favourite character, Annie forces Paul to resurrect her in a new book—and Paul soon finds himself writing for his freedom…and his life.

Audience advisory: Mature themes, strong language, and some violence

You can also buy single Misery tickets.

Illustration for the Arts Club Theatre Company's production of Misery




February 21–March 3, 2018

The hit musical as immersive as love itself
Book, music, and lyrics by Amiel Gladstone and Veda Hille

When Evgeni Onegin visits the Larin family estate, his romantic charms stir passions long forgotten by its residents, including the Larin sisters. This hit musical sold out its premiere run!

Audience advisory: Mature themes and strong language

Running time is approximately 2 hours, including one intermission

You can also buy single Onegin tickets.

Theatrical devices such as cigarettes (herbal or electronic only), gunshots, water-based stage fog, and strobe lighting may occur in some productions.

Show Days & Times

7:30pm start time on weeknights—a great option if you have an early start the next day!

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday: 8pm
Saturday: 4pm and 8pm
Sunday: 4pm

Special Performances

Opening Night Wednesdays

Relax, socialize, and enjoy complimentary appetizers from 6:30pm.

First Fridays

Enjoy dessert and coffee after the show—with a chance to meet the actors!

Talkback Thursdays (week 2)

Stay in the theatre after the show for a chat with the actors.

Paint at the Play Art Camp

Subscribe to the 1st Saturday matinée performances and we'll entertain your 6 to 11 year-olds from 3:30pm to 6:30pm while you enjoy the show! It's free with your ticket—call the Box Office to register.

January 13 | February 24


Patrons with a visual impairment can enjoy an enhanced theatre experience with this simultaneous live audio description. Subscribe to the 2nd Saturday matinée performances. Equipment is available at no charge. Book by phone or in person.

January 20 | March 3


Programming, artistic team, dates, and prices are subject to change.