Lisa Brokop’s ‘Patsy Cline Project,’ 21 other shows in Surrey Spectacular Series

SURREY — The next Surrey Spectacular Series will feature 22 shows over a six-month period starting this fall.

Tickets have now gone on sale for the 2015-16 series, presented by the City of Surrey at three venues under its Surrey Civic Theatres umbrella (the 200-seat Centre Stage at City Hall and, at Surrey Arts Centre, the 405-seat Main Stage and 129-seat Studio Theatre).

The annual series begins Sept. 24 with "PechaKucha Night Surrey Vol. 4: Healthy Surrey" and closes March 10 with a "Classical Coffee Concert" featuring pianists Sarah Hagen and Søren Bebe.

Next season’s trio of Arts Club on Tour shows are "Red Rock Diner" (Oct. 14-24), "In a Blue Moon" (Jan. 13-23) and "4000 Miles" (Feb. 17 to 27).

Concerts in the Surrey Spectacular Series will include alt-roots band The Nautical Miles (Nov. 5), Lisa Brokop’s "The Patsy Cline Project" (Nov. 7), John Mann (Feb. 13), guitarist Chase Padgett’s scripted "Nashville Hurricane" show and Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir’s annual Sounds of Christmas concert (Dec. 8).

Other series highlights include the two-night production of "SEEDS" (Jan. 28-29), billed as the following: "Why on earth would a huge multinational company like Monsanto sue an ordinary Saskatchewan farmer? This compelling drama blends raw documentary text with multi-media staging to tell the riveting story of their four-year legal battle, laying all the cards on the table. Eric Peterson ("Street Legal," "Corner Gas") stars as the wily farmer who fought back against the infamous biotech giant. ‘SEEDS’ presents the evidence, and leaves the judgment up to you."

Click here for more details about the Surrey Spectacular Series.

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