Things to do

The gospel sounds of Marcus Mosely Ensemble will be heard during the next Jazz Vespers in the Valley concert at Fleetwood’s Northwood United Church on Sunday, Feb. 12. See listing under Concerts. (Photo: Youtube.com)

SURREY EVENTS: February concerts, comedy, galas, business, seniors & much more

A guide to Surrey-area events, entertainment and attractions

 

Argentina’s Lionel Messi celebrates a win at the end of the FIFA World Cup quarterfinal soccer game against the Netherlands on Dec. 10. Argentina plays France in the Cup final this Sunday morning, Dec. 18, starting at 7 a.m. Pacific time. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)

World Cup final game on 2 big screens at Surrey theatre in Muslim Food Bank fundraiser

All seats in first theatre are sold out, now a second auditorium is for additional ticket-buyers

 

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UPDATE: Cold weather cancels ‘Creepy Xmas’ horror event in Surrey

Christmas-themed attraction opened Dec. 16 at garden centre in Newton

 

A scene from Feld Entertainment’s “Jurassic World Live” arena show, coming to Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum in May 2023.

‘Jurassic World’ dinosaurs coming to Vancouver for jungle-set arena show next spring

‘Pre-show experience’ includes photo ops with dinosaurs and vehicles in Feld Entertainment production

A scene from Feld Entertainment’s “Jurassic World Live” arena show, coming to Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum in May 2023.
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PHOTOS/VIDEO: ‘Snow Queen’ for a King in panto staged in Surrey in memory of music director

‘It’s his swansong, a huge gift to us,’ says Crystal Weltzin, who wrote the script and also stars

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People get their photo with Santa and his workshop, located next to the outdoor skating pond at Grouse Mountain’s annual Peak of Christmas attraction. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Light Walk photo ops, skating and more: Tips to enjoy Peak of Christmas on Grouse

Reservations are now required for photos with Santa, so be quick to book

People get their photo with Santa and his workshop, located next to the outdoor skating pond at Grouse Mountain’s annual Peak of Christmas attraction. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
The Surrey firefighters’ hall at the Bright Nights event at Stanley Park in Vancouver. (Submitted photo: Dave Harcus)

Lit Surrey firehall a highlight of Bright Nights in Stanley Park, where train isn’t rolling

Proceeds from the by-donation attraction and 50/50 draw fund burn-survivor programs

The Surrey firefighters’ hall at the Bright Nights event at Stanley Park in Vancouver. (Submitted photo: Dave Harcus)
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‘Star’ time for Surrey’s rebranded Crescendo Operatic Society with grant-winning show

Dolores Scott-directed company hits the Bell theatre’s big stage on Friday, Dec. 2

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DJ Alibaba (aka Al Lamons) with business partner Vera JM Friesen at the Vancity Soul Skate event at the PNE’s Rollerland building on Nov. 20, 2022. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

A chance to roller dance: Surrey DJ Alibaba spins new VanCity Soul Skate nights at PNE

‘It’s just a chance to roller dance, or roller boogie, as we used to call it back in the day,’ Al Lamons says

DJ Alibaba (aka Al Lamons) with business partner Vera JM Friesen at the Vancity Soul Skate event at the PNE’s Rollerland building on Nov. 20, 2022. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
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Surrey City Orchestra’s ‘Nutcracker’ to hit stage with dancers & singers as endowment fund grows

‘Surrey is the only city in Canada that lacks a professional orchestra, and we’d like to give it one,’ SCO president says

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A scene from “SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.”

Four movies free to see at Surrey theatre during Cineplex’s Community Day, for BGC Canada

You’ll have to pick one movie to watch during the morning show times Nov. 19 at Strawberry Hill

A scene from “SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.”
Santa tosses candy canes into the crowd during a previous edition of Surrey’s annual Tree Lighting Festival. (Photo: surrey.ca)
Santa tosses candy canes into the crowd during a previous edition of Surrey’s annual Tree Lighting Festival. (Photo: surrey.ca)
BEAR CREEK LIGHTS AT BEAR CREEK PARK: Event Nov. 4 to 18 (closed Remembrance Day, Nov. 11), from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Entry every 30 minutes. “This year, enjoy a reimagined display that brings nature to the forefront, featuring stunning light displays that enhance the natural landscape of the park. Enjoy a safe, accessible, family-friendly light display throughout the park’s one-kilometre garden walking loop. Food trucks will be available on select nights.” Free, tickets required for entry. Info: 604-501-5566, email partnersinparks@surrey.ca. Park at 13750 88 Ave. (Photo: Surrey.ca)
BEAR CREEK LIGHTS AT BEAR CREEK PARK: Event Nov. 4 to 18 (closed Remembrance Day, Nov. 11), from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Entry every 30 minutes. “This year, enjoy a reimagined display that brings nature to the forefront, featuring stunning light displays that enhance the natural landscape of the park. Enjoy a safe, accessible, family-friendly light display throughout the park’s one-kilometre garden walking loop. Food trucks will be available on select nights.” Free, tickets required for entry. Info: 604-501-5566, email partnersinparks@surrey.ca. Park at 13750 88 Ave. (Photo: Surrey.ca)
A view of the “Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Expericne” exhibit, which opens Friday (Nov. 4) at Vancouver Convention Centre East. (Submitted photo)

‘Beyond King Tut’ opens in Vancouver exactly 100 years after the boy king’s tomb discovery

The latest ‘immersive’ exhibition showcases life in ancient Egypt

A view of the “Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Expericne” exhibit, which opens Friday (Nov. 4) at Vancouver Convention Centre East. (Submitted photo)
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Pre-Halloween ‘War of the Worlds’ reading in Surrey for new Pivot Theatre company

Pivot Theatre artistic director says the script still thrills, 84 years after infamous radio broadcast

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Kim Baird. (File photo)

‘Reconciliation 101’ talk in Surrey with former chief of Tsawwassen First Nation

‘We’re still in the truth-telling of reconciliation,’ says Kim Baird, guest speaker at Nov. 7 event

Kim Baird. (File photo)
The band Post-Modern Connection will perform during the Brewhalla Beer & Music Festival at the Agriplex hall at Cloverdale Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 29. See listing under Festivals. (Photo: facebook.com/postmconnection)
The band Post-Modern Connection will perform during the Brewhalla Beer & Music Festival at the Agriplex hall at Cloverdale Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 29. See listing under Festivals. (Photo: facebook.com/postmconnection)
Face painting is part of the fun at another Newton Spooktacular event, planned for Saturday, Oct. 29. (File photo)
Face painting is part of the fun at another Newton Spooktacular event, planned for Saturday, Oct. 29. (File photo)
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Creepy clowns haunt new ‘Zycho Zerkus’ house and comic at Surrey Halloween attraction

‘Every year we repaint the entire place, almost starting from scratch,’ says the in-house artist

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Mandrake the Magician: A Surrey Archives-hosted online event will celebrate the life of the Surrey magician, in a virtual talk on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. His son Lon Mandrake, also a magician, along with his wife, Linda, “will delve into the compelling local history of their late father (and father-in-law) – a mentalist, illusionist, escapologist, ventriloquist, and stunt performer whose career spanned over 60 years.” Info: 604-501-5100 or surrey.ca/archives. (File photo)
Mandrake the Magician: A Surrey Archives-hosted online event will celebrate the life of the Surrey magician, in a virtual talk on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. His son Lon Mandrake, also a magician, along with his wife, Linda, “will delve into the compelling local history of their late father (and father-in-law) – a mentalist, illusionist, escapologist, ventriloquist, and stunt performer whose career spanned over 60 years.” Info: 604-501-5100 or surrey.ca/archives. (File photo)
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