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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

  • Band-Aid participant, 2017
  • Sharanjeet Singh Mand and Michael Averill - Sitar Guitar Collaboration
  • Axis Theatre, Th'owxiya-The Hungry Feast Dish, Chelsea Rose, Photo by Jayda Paige Photography
  • Salsa in Surrey

Surrey Civic Theatres Celebrate Culture Days

Dance Indigenous Music Performance Theatre
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Guildford Town Centre

Surrey, BC



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Surrey Civic Theatres, along with the City of Surrey's Arts & Heritage Services, are heading to Guildford Town Centre again this year, and invite you to enjoy and join in on free performances - all in Centre Court (in the middle of the mall, just outside the Hudson's Bay store).

Surrey Civic Theatres is excited to share sneak peeks from our upcoming 2019/2020 season of talented artists, as well as some of the up-and-coming Surrey musical talent fresh from our 6th Annual Band-Aid: Youth Musician Development Workshop!

Performances will take place from 1—5pm, including:

1) Sharanjeet Singh Mand and Michael Averill - Sitar Guitar Collaboration. This collaboration is an attempt to break barriers and connect different ends of this world through music. Apart from playing their original compositions, they will also present a little talk about their music and collaboration. The performance will include a song where the audience can sing back.

2) Come Dancing Around the World - experience a hint of what our Salsa Night in Surrey concert and dance will be like with a Salsa dance lesson and live accompaniment by a Conga player.

3) Sneak peek of Axis Theatre Company's “Th'owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish” By Joseph A. Dandurand. Indigenous storytellers spin a tale from the Kwantlen First Nations Village of Squa’lets, about Th’owxiya, an old and powerful spirit that inhabits a feast dish. When Th’owxiya catches a hungry mouse, Kw'atel, stealing a piece of cheese, Kw’atel must search for a way to appease the goddess, and the journey becomes one of knowledge, understanding and forgiveness. Suitable for all ages.

4) Four lucky musicians from our 6th Annual Band-Aid: Youth Musician Development Workshop will be selected to perform their own original music for the community where they’ll showcase their amazing talent and skill!



Surrey Civic Theatres

For over 50 years, Surrey Civic Theatres has been providing unparalleled opportunities for diverse, transformative, performing arts experiences that inspire artistic expression, imagination and discovery. Its mission is to be a gathering place where artists, audiences and our community connect and find inspiration. Surrey Civic Theatres is located in the Surrey Arts Centre at Bear Creek Park (88th Avenue and King George Boulevard) with the Main Stage and Studio Theatre, and at Surrey City Hall (104th Avenue and University Drive) with Centre Stage. Surrey Civic Theatres offers an entertaining variety of artistic presentations and rental opportunities for professional and community theatre, music and dance. Learn more about Surrey Civic Theatres at


Kim Drabyk