The musical Red Rock Diner returns to the Surrey Arts Centre Oct. 14-24.

Rockin’ the Surrey Arts Centre

Red Rock Diner returns to the Surrey Arts Centre beginning Oct. 14.

It’s 1957. Five teens come of age while DJ Red Robinson plays the biggest hits of the time – from the raucous “Great Balls of Fire” and “Jailhouse Rock” to ballads like “Diana” and “Crying.”

Red Rock Diner, Vancouver’s infectious rock ‘n’ roll musical captures the excitement and innocence of the city’s burgeoning rock ‘n’ roll scene. The original 1998 touring production featured Michael Bublé and broke box office records at the Surrey Arts Centre.

Could you be seeing the rise of the next big star when the musical returns to the Surrey Arts Centre from Oct. 14-24?

Purchase tickets to the opening night performance tonight (Oct. 14) and arrive early to relax, socialize, and enjoy complimentary appetizers from 7 p.m. Red Robinson will also make an appearance.

Tickets to the first Friday performance (Oct. 16) include dessert and coffee after the show, and possibly meeting the actors.

Patrons who are blind or partially sighted can enjoy an enhanced theatre experience at the 4 p.m. performance on Oct. 24 with VocalEye audio description. VocalEye patrons are eligible for a $25 ticket price, and can purchase tickets by phoning the box office. VocalEye equipment is limited, so reserving ahead is recommended.

Come to the 4 p.m. performance on Oct. 24 and your six to 12-year- olds will be entertained at an Art Camp (3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.) while you enjoy the show. This service is new to the arts centre. The cost is $24 per child or two for $40.

The Surrey Arts Centre is located at 13750 88 Ave. Phone 604-501-5566 for ticket information or purchase online at www.tickets.surrey.ca

 

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