‘Centennial Theatre Presents’ has returned with three outstanding performances that will move you, astound you and amuse you.
The series begins with a concert by Vancouver Island-based singer Joëlle Rabu featuring her son, Nico Rhodes. This dynamic mother-son duo create magic on stage with Rabu having been described by one critic as, “Edith Piaf, Bette Midler and Carol Burnett all rolled into one extraordinary performer. Her passion-filled voice is spine-tingling and her stage presence electric.”
Friday, January 27, 7:30-9:15 p.m.
Chris Funk’s Redefining Wonder is an engaging and visceral multimedia experience that will have audiences talking and scratching their heads for years to come. Chris has pioneered the use of instruments like violin, guitar, flute and more into his illusions. The live-feed camera and interactive videos bring audiences up onstage and into the action, delivering a show that family audiences can call their own. Chris’ show has garnered standing ovations and a reputation for excellence.
“Best magician we’ve had on the show so far. I’ve never seen anything like that!” ~ Simon Cowell, America’s Got Talent
“There’s a wildness and beauty to Chris Funk’s daft and funny presence that we – and the audiences we’ve seen him with – find irresistible.” ~ Penn Jillette, Penn & Teller
Thursday, March 9, 7-9 p.m.
Tickets: Adult $40, Child 14 & under $10, Family pack - 2 adults, 2 children $80 (please call the box office at 604-984-4484 to purchase a family pack)
Middle Raged is a hilarious sketch comedy revue starring Geri Hall (22 Minutes, Second City) and Gary Pearson (MadTV, Corner Gas) that explores life between 30 and 65 – from raising kids to financial stress to dealing with elderly parents to going to more funerals than weddings and even trying to keep romance alive through ‘Outlander’ role play in the bedroom.
Critics are raving at the special chemistry and comedy of Gary and Geri as they send up the time of life when the bloom is off the rose, but the thorns are sharper than ever.
“Terrific onstage chemistry. Hot flashes of brilliance.” ~ Now Magazine
Friday, May 5, 8-9:30 p.m.
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION
Construction of the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre (HJCRC) has impacted parking at Centennial Theatre as the building site was previously a parking lot for Centennial Theatre and the existing HJCRC.
Please allow enough time to find parking and walk to the theatre in advance of your show time. You are also encouraged to take transit or use active transport options, if possible. Visit our Theatre Parking page to see alternative parking options.