Performance Dates: March 21-April 18 2015 Agatha Christie’s GO BACK FOR MURDER Director: Joe Hinks (Asst. Director Rita M Price). Where: Metro Theatre, 1370 SW Marine Drive, V6P5Z9 When: Monday 12th January 7.30-9.30pm & Tuesday 13th January 7.30-9.30pm Potential callbacks: Sunday 18th January 1.30pm-3.30pm.
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The Metro Theatre is accepting Food Bank donations now in the lobby. Please come and support this worthy cause which will be accepting through the run of Aladdin.
METRO THEATRE’S – ALADDIN – is fun for the whole family!
Tonight is the preview performance of Parfumerie here at the metro theatre. The cast and crew have worked for the last 4 weeks on this beautiful production please join us for as the first audience to see this show! Tickets only $12! Click HERE for tickets Here is a little look:
Parfumerie November 8 to November 29th Metro’s second show of its 52nd season is a romantic comedy the whole family can enjoy. Looking for a night at the theatre that’s warm and happy to keep those cold evenings at bay? E.P. Dowdall’s Parfumerie, might just be the ticket for you! Parfumerie is a heart-warming romantic […]
Announcing our 2014-2015 season full of laughter, intrigue and surprises. Next season marks a departure for us, with five productions never before seen on our stage. Check out the details in this post.
Sadly, John Crittenden, long-time supporter of Metro Theatre, has passed away. We will be holding a memorial in his honour on May 24 at 1pm. Please join us.
Our final show of the 2013-2014 season is What I Did Last Summer by A.R. Gurney. It’s a delightful “coming of age” tale set in 1945. It tells the story of Charlie, a teenager spending the summer with family and friends at a beach house in the Niagara Peninsula. What I Did Last Summer runs […]
Metro Theatre is excited to be the host venue for Theatre BC’s Greater Vancouver Zone festival of plays for 2014. Check out a different play every night at 8pm!
Vancouverscape’s reviewer Michael Pigeon saw The Mikado and says, “If you’re a Gilbert and Sullivan fan, this Metro Theatre production is worth catching, and if you’ve never experienced a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, this is a great opportunity to see what you’ve been missing.”