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You don’t need to trek all the way to downtown Vancouver to enjoy some world-class culture. Surrey’s arts scene is thriving in its own right! From plays to art installations, check out three events you won’t want to miss next month. And, of course, don’t forget to book your stay with us here at Ramada Surrey Hotel if you’re visiting the area. We offer a wide variety of clean, modern, pet friendly rooms and suites, as well as fantastic on-site amenities like a pool and spa, and affordable rates. Call us today!
The Piano Teacher
This production, written by Dorothy Dittrich and presented by the Arts Club Theatre Company, tells the story of Erin, a concert pianist, and how her life changes after she reintroduces music back into her life following the death of her husband. The play runs from October 10 to 20 at the Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre. Showtimes start at 7:30pm start time on weeknights.
Nicolas Sassoon: Liquid Landscapes
Digital arts Nicolas Sassoon contemplates Surrey’s geographical diversity and pairs it with our world’s complicated relationship with both nature and technology. For his exhibition Liquid Landscapes, which runs from September 21 to January 6 at UrbanScreen at Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre, Sassoon found inspiration from Surrey’s parks, beaches, and rivers — particularly Redwood Park, Nicomekl River, and Serpentine Fen. His animations changing every night, from rippling reflections to the decay of foliage.
Coffee Concert Series
International award-winning performers Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann — also known as the Bergmann Piano Duo — are famous for their exciting and eclectic musical style and song choices. For the Coffee Concert Series, which takes place at Studio Theatre at Surrey Arts Centre on October 18 at 11am, the Bergmanns are joined by the Borealis String Quartet as they perform Eastern European folk-inspired music, alongside a new piano composition for two pianist, and a string quartet of Queen’s iconic song, “Bohemian Rhapsody.”