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The Ticket Rocket offices will be closed for the Easter weekend from Friday, April 18th – Monday, April 21st. We will reopen on Tuesday, April 22nd at 10am. Tickets are available for purchase online 24/7 at ticketrocket.org. Have a great long weekend!

Buy your tickets online 24 hours a day or in person and over the phone, Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturdays, 11am – 3pm.

Ticket Rocket Gift Certificates are now available!  Call us for more info at 250-590-6291250-590-6291 or visit us in person at #2-1609 Blanshard St. (at Fisgard).


The Adventures of Superman     Intrepid Theatre Club       April 18 & 19 at 8pm

Superman_thumbBatman is missing. Superman must find him. Robin will help… Sort of.  Based on the historic radio play, and revamped Twisted Theatre style.  Featuring Ryan Bangma, Sarah Jane Pelzer, Rod Peter Jr., Ingrid Hansen, Richard Richard Leon Gauthier, Chryztougher Bling Cool-E, Victor Dolhi, and possibly other treats . . .

Tickets are $10 General and $15 Generous (plus service charge).

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Impulse Theatre: Cabaraiser the 4th!      
Intrepid Theatre Club      April 25 & 26 at 7:30pm

wolf3_thumbHosted by SNAFU Dance Theatre’s award winning mastermind, Ingrid Hansen, THE CABARAISER is a performance and a party. There will be an hour with some of the loveliest and diverse acts in town, followed by a party featuring food, drink, prizes and miniplays.  This year’s two night Cabaraiser is pure celebration.

Featuring: Ingrid Hansen, StarStar Theatre, Randi Edmundson and Pals, Amanda Butler, Clown Posses, Mily Mumford and more!

The Cabaraiser is Impulse Theatre’s annual fundraising initiative, and this year its role is crucial to the production of WOLF IN THE MIRROR, Impulse’s first truly semi-professional piece. All proceeds go to the vitality of the emerging artists involved with Impulse’s first full-length mainstage.

Tickets are $15 General and $30 Generous (door/advance at ticketrocket.org).

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ART! in motion       Berwick Royal Oak       April 26 at 7pm, April 27 at 2pm

balletetoile_thumbWitness the beauty and power of art in this world premier ballet! From Michelangelo’s ‘Creation of Adam’ to Rodin’s ‘The Kiss,’ Ballet Étoile brings some of history’s most celebrated paintings and sculptures to life. Exploring the triumphs and torments of artistic creation through stunning visuals, inspiring music, and spectacular dance! Evocative and innovative choreography showcases the athleticism and grace of the Ballet Étoile dancers. Perfect for audiences of all ages!

Tickets are $20 (includes service charge).

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Cruel Tears/ Lagrimas Crueles       Blue Bridge at The Roxy
April 29 – May 11, 2014

Cruel Tearsblue bridge logo**Blue Bridge at the Roxy Season Passes! Purchase a season pass and save up to 10%. For season passes call Ticket Rocket at (250) 590-6291(250) 590-6291

In this modern re-telling of William Shakespeare’s Othello, the Moor of Venice becomes a Mexican truck driver who falls in love with his American boss’s daughter. Exploring the tensions between Mexico and America in North America’s other boarder country, this musical extravaganza has delighted audiences across Canada and Mexico and around the world since it’s premiere in the mid 1970′s.  A Co-production with Puente Theatre.  Tickets: $26.25 – $42

**Please note, NO MINORS admitted to evening performances. Matinees available for youth attendance.**

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Uncork Your Palate       Crystal Garden       April 30, 2014

Uncork_title_smallThe Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM) and the Naramata Bench Wineries present Uncork Your Palate: a fundraiser for the VCM featuring wine, food and music at Victoria’s historic Crystal Garden. Meet the winemakers, taste the Naramata Bench Wineries Spring Release wines, enjoy delectable morsels from Victoria’s finest eateries and enjoy the swinging sounds of the Damian Graham Jazz Trio. Wine, food, cultural and travel packages available at the Silent Auction.

$95.00 – includes a tax receipt for a portion of ticket price; about $55.00.  Ticket holders must be 19+ Please bring valid identification.

Tickets are also available from the Victoria Conservatory of Music, in-person:
Monday-Friday, 9am-8pm
Saturday, 9am-4pm
Closed Sunday and Holidays

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Somethingville – Kaleisdocope Theatre’s Family Festival      
Centennial Square      May 1 – 4

somethingville_thumbBuy a Family Festival Pass to all 3 Shows at Centennial Square and save money. (Includes Somethingville, Runaway and Snow White.)  BUY NOW!

Presented by SNAFU Dance Theatre

The space is clean. Perfect. Harmonious. Until we discover a giant living lump – a giant booger lurking amidst the garbage. Absurd physical comedy set to classical music, inspired by Pixar, Dr Seuss, and Sci-Fi films of the 1970s.

From SNAFU, the Creators of Little Orange Man, and Kitt & Jane: An Interactive Survival Guide to the Near-Post-Apocalyptic Future.  http://www.snafudance.com

May 1-4 | Centennial Square | Recommended for Ages 4+

Schedule:
Thursday May 1st – 6:30pm
Saturday May 3rd – 10:30am
Saturday May 3rd – 2:30pm
Sunday May 4th – 10:30am

Tickets $10 plus service charge.

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Runaway – Kaleidoscope Theatre’s Family Festival
Centennial Square       May 2 – 4

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Presented by Theatre SKAM

Sixteen year old Sam Stewart values the environment – she doesn’t even eat fish. She’s gone under the radar and organized a rally led by David Suzuki… who hasn’t shown up! Sam now needs to convince the supporters to help her save the world from a devastating fate. But her concerns are much more imminent than global warming, threats of a pipeline, or the need to embrace veganism. With frantically little time, Sam will take any help for her campaign, even from a mysterious stranger who may be more than they appear to be. Sam’s story takes us on a journey from crazed activism to a place of real heart. A bittersweet slice of life with a dash of humour and a pinch of song. http://www.skam.ca

May 1-4 | Centennial Square | Recommended for Ages 10+

Schedule:
Friday May 2nd – 6:30pm
Saturday May 3rd – 4:30pm
Sunday May 4th – 12:30pm
Sunday May 4th – 4:30pm

Tickets $10 plus service charge.

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Snow White – Kaleidoscope Theatre’s Family Festival    
Centennial Square       May 3 & 4

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Presented by Kaleidoscope’s Teen Ensemble

The classic tale comes to life in a modern retelling created by Kaleidoscope’s Teen Performance Ensemble. An Evil Queen, an innocent Princess, seven dwarves, and a magic mirror come to life on stage for a Fairy Tale adventure perfect for the whole family. Will Prince Charming make it in time? Will Good prevail? Join in the fun and experience a re-imagined tale by Victoria’s Up and Coming talent! http://www.kaleidoscope.bc.ca

May 3-4 | Centennial Square | Recommended for Ages 4+

Schedule:
Saturday May 3rd – 12:30pm
Saturday May 3rd – 6:30pm
Sunday May 4th – 2:30pm
Sunday May 4th – 6:30pm

Tickets $10 plus service charge.

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PHOTO|PHOBIA: A Dream Play       Intrepid Theatre Club       May 8-11

photophobia_thumb Kate Rubin Advanced Teen Performance Company presents PHOTO|PHOBIA: A Dream Play.

A Girl, on the verge of escaping a home that is dominated by an agoraphobic mother and routine-enslaved father, finds herself in a dream world. THE STORY MACHINE IS BROKEN and the Girl is the only one who can fix it! The Girl meets a bundle of whimsical characters: an impatient adventurer, a slimy singing slob, a neurotic gatekeeper, and woman lost in the land of tears as she searches for a way to fix the machine and find a way back home.

 

Tickets:
$10 General/$7 Students (Preview Only)
$13 General/$10 Student
$8 Group Rates for 10 or more.  Contact Kathleen at katagreen@gmail.com for group bookings.

Thursday, May 8th (Preview Performance)
Friday, May 9th 12:30pm
Friday, May 9th 8:00pm
Saturday, May 10th 12:30pm
Saturday, May 10th 8:00 pm
Sunday, May 11th 2pm

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Atomic Vaudeville 10 Year Summer Cabaret       Victoria Event Centre
May 8-10 at 8pm

vaudeville_logoAtomic Vaudeville is celebrating their 10 year anniversary this summer with a Summer Cabaret AND a 10th Anniversary Special Event Party.

Join Atomic Vaudeville at the Victoria Event Centre on Friday, April 30th for a FREE celebration!  Music, Snacks, Party, Drinks!  (No minors.)

 

Cabaret Ticket Prices:
Opening night General Admission $15
General Admission All Other Nights $22
VIP Lounge (early access, first drink free, best site lines and other perks) $35

Final Night Show always has an after show DJ Dance Party included in your ticket price, so stick around!

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Antigone by Jean Anouilh
Theatre Inconnu       May 8 – 24, 2014

ANTIGONEThis modern classic – based on an ancient classic – achieves what few plays do: it presents so deeply both sides of a moral issue that the theatre goer will be challenged to differentiate between antagonist and protagonist. This was undisputedly borne out during its premiere in occupied France. The Nazis
sanctioned the play in the belief that the role of Creon represented justification for their European dominance, and the French resistance drew inspiration from it as they saw it as a rallying cry against their oppressors. Antigone and Creon’s legendary daughter/father confrontation has all the emotion, suspense, despair, and hope that one would expect from a time-proven masterpiece. Antigone is one of the richest and most perplexing of all plays, and Anouilh has transformed this Greek classic of Sophocles into a play for the modern age.

“…a battle between the political and the personal, where each argument has a consequence.” Talking Broadway

Preview  8pm:  May 6
8pm:  May 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24
2pm:  May 10, 17, 24

Regular priced tickets are $14 / $10 Students, Seniors, and the unwaged
May 6 – Preview is $7
Wednesday, May 14 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission

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Robinson and Crusoe – Kaleidoscope Theatre’s Family Festival      
Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site       May 10 & 11

robinson_thumbPresented by Urban Arts

Two unlucky soldiers from opposing sides find themselves stranded on a roof of a house adriſt on the sea. Together they must overcome their heightened suspicions if they are to make it out of this ordeal alive. Separated by cultures, language
and beliefs, can they find a deeper means of understanding and work together to survive? Robinson and Crusoe is a fascinating story of hostility, friendship and discovering similarities among people. Robinson and Crusoe addresses
international conflict, race,conflict resolution, culture, and the struggle to survive and overcome adversity in a time of struggle. http://www.urbanartsproductions.com

May 7-11 | Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites | Recommended for Ages 10+

Schedule*:
Saturday May 10th – 11:00am & 2:00pm
Sunday May 11th – 11:00am & 2:00pm

*School Matinee Performances May 7-9

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32nd Annual Mother’s Day Garden Tour  and the Victoria Soul Gospel Choir with Checo Tohomaso       May 10 & 11       Various Locations

gardentour_best_thumbCelebrate the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s 50th Anniversary!

This Mother’s Day weekend connect with the glory of Spring. Your two-day pass grants you exclusive passage to ten hand-picked, enchanting private gardens. Delight in the inspiration and joy of gardening while enjoying live music from VCM students and faculty.

Don’t miss our fantastic plant sale, silent auction and for the grand finale the Victoria Gospel Choir in Alix Goolden Hall at 4:00pm on Sunday, May 11th.

Your ticket allows you two day access to all the gardens of the list.
Saturday May 10, 10am – 4pm
Sunday May 11, 10am – 4pm

 

Garden Tour Ticket Only – $30
Soul Gospel Choir Ticket Only – $10
Garden Tour & Soul Gospel Choir Ticket Package – $40

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Year End Showcase (Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Studio)
Metro Studio       May 10 at 1pm & 4pm

instagram__showcase_thumbYear End showcase for the classes of Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Studio. Featuring musical theatre, acting, and dance.

Tickets:
Adult & Senior – $10.00
Youth and Child (Under 18) – $5.00

http://www.kaleidoscope.bc.ca/showcase

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Puccini’s La Boheme (Royal Opera House Cinema)      CINECENTA
May 18 at 3pm & 7pm

laboheme_thumbcinecenta_logo_thumbJohn Copley’s enduring production of one of the most famously melodious and popular of all operas is a classic of the Royal Opera repertory. Starring Maija Kovalevska and Dmytro Popov. Conducted by Mark Elder.  (Approx. 2 hours 45 min. Including two intervals).

Please ensure you are choosing the correct date and time when purchasing tickets online.

La Boheme is part of a cinema series of opera productions from the Royal Opera House’s Covent Garden theatre in London. Other shows in the series: Bizet’s CARMEN and Mozart’s DON GIOVANNI.

Tickets:
$15 Regular
$12 Members
$10 Student/Senior

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Uno Festival 2014       Various Locations       May 21 – 31

uno_logoNow in it’s 17th year, Intrepid Theatre’s annual festival of solo performance runs May 21 to 31, with 14 shows from across North America and new work in development from local artists in two venues in beautiful downtown. Join us for a ten day thrill ride of innovative and intriguing theatre.

Uno Fest EARLYBIRD Tickets are on sale NOW until May 9th. Save 25% on individual tickets; all advance tickets are only $17 including s/c. Call Ticket Rocket 250-590-6291250-590-6291.

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VCM 50th Jubilee Alumni Concert       Alix Goolden Hall
May 31 – 6:30pm Reception and Concert; 7:30pm Concert Only

jubilee1_thumbVictoria Conservatory of Music’s 50th Anniversary Celebration.

VCM Alumni Richard Margison, Benjamin Butterfield, Eve-Lyn de la Haye, Jonathan Crow, Ingrid Attrot, May Ling Kwok, Robert Holliston, Marc Destrubé, and Joyce Ellwood perform as part of the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s 50th Anniversary. A surprise grand finale will bring the evening to a triumphant close!

Both Jubilee and General concert tickets are available. Visit our VCM Event Webpage for exciting Raffle Ticket information!  Click HERE for more details.

BUY_TICKETS_NOW_thumbJubilee Tickets: $85 single ticket or $75 each for two or more. Includes champagne reception and concert. Start time is 6:30pm

BUY_TICKETS_NOW_thumbGeneral Tickets: $35 single ticket or $25 each for two or more. Concert only; no host bar available. Start time is 7:30pm

Entrance for Jubilee Ticket holders will be our Pandora Ave Gates to the left of the Alix Goolden Hall main doors. Please fill out the information on the back of your ticket prior to arriving as it will be taken at the doors upon entry. Some seating in Alix Goolden Hall will be reserved for Jubilee Ticket holders. A seating chart will be available for viewing shortly.

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Variety Fare’s Broadway Showcase       Metro Studio
June 12 & 13 at 7:30pm

variety_fare_thumbFresh from 16 shows at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, Variety Fare, 6 veteran musical comedy veterans who will perform songs from several great Broadway musicals, including Carousel, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, Chorus Line and South Pacific among others. The group is comprised of singers – Tim Kyle, Lisa Tinney, Dwayne Gordon, Kristy Gislason, Stan Davis, Merissa Cox. Music director Bob LeBlanc is at the piano.

If you like Broadway music, you will love Variety Fare’s “Broadway Showcase.”

All Seats $25 (includes service fee).

http://www.varietyfare.ca

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WOLF IN THE MIRROR      Metro Studio
June 19 – 21 at 8pm and June 21 & 22 at 2pm

The innovative and awe-inspiring Impulse Theatre invites you to the premiere of its new full length; the dark and visual WOLF IN THE MIRROR. Follow a Witch and a chorus of shadows as they fight to topple the tyrant who stole their bodies. A physically engaging piece that blends theatre, dance, and design to create a visceral and transformative experience.

Presented with the support of the BC Arts Council and Dance Victoria.

Thursday, June 19 8:00pm PREVIEW(Pay-What-You-Can at the door; regular advanced sales)
Friday, June 20th 8:00pm OPENING
Saturday, June 21st 2:00pm
Saturday, June 21st 8:00pm
Sunday, June 22nd 2:00pm

Tickets are Adult $25; Student/Senior/Artists/Children $15 (plus service charge)

EARLY BIRD TICKETS ON SALE UNTIL APRIL 30th; $15 for ADULTS

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Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Royal Opera House Cinema)       CINECENTA
June 22 at 3pm & 7pm

dongiovanni_thumbcinecenta_logo_thumbKasper Holten, ROH Director of Opera, presents a mesmerizing new production of Mozart’s sublime tragicomedy. Conducted by Nicola Luisotti, starring Mariusz Kwiecien. (3 hours and 25 minutes including one interval).

Please ensure you are choosing the correct date and time when purchasing tickets online.

Don Giovanni is part of a cinema series of opera productions from the Royal Opera House’s Covent Garden theatre in London. Other shows in the series: Puccini’s LA BOHÈME and Bizet’s CARMEN.

Tickets:
$15 Regular
$12 Members
$10 Student/Senior

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Judy: The Life of Judy Garland       Blue Bridge at The Roxy   July 15-27, 2014

Patsy 52blue bridge logo**Blue Bridge at the Roxy Season Passes! Purchase a season pass and save up to 10%. For season passes call Ticket Rocket at (250) 590-6291(250) 590-6291

Starring the multi-talented Sara Jeanne-Hosie (who delighted you in BBRT’s productions of Little Shop of Horrors and Patsy Cline and is currently wowing Vancouver audiences in the Arts Club production of Mary Poppins), Judy draws upon the talents of a trio of Victoria’s musicians as it weaves its way into the hearts and minds of its audience.  Tickets: $26.25-$42.

**Please note, NO MINORS admitted to evening performances. Matinees available for youth attendance.**

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Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen Lecture and Workshop  (C.G. Jung Society)
Alix Goolden Hall and Wood Hall
Lecture: Sept 26th at 7pm       Workshop: Sept 27th at 10am

jeanbolen21Lecture – The Meaning We Make of the Numinous
Coming into the world with the capacity for awe and wonder, we are receptive to the numinous, and have worshiped divinity in countless forms throughout the millennia. A profound sense of connection and meaning often accompanies the numinous and is Gnostic rather than intellectual. It is a spiritual encounter achieved through active imagination, dreams and physical revelations. Friday, Sept 26th, 7pm – 9pm. Alix Goolden Hall 907 Pandora Ave.

EARLY BIRD TICKETS $30 (plus service charge) – on sale until May 31st
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Workshop – Path With Soul, Path With Heart: the Inner Compass
Jean Bolen invites us to remember and connect with our inner compass. The awakening of conscious awareness allows us to trust in knowledge coming to us in the midst of a potentially terminal illness. It may be heart chakra information: what our heart knows is true for us. The most difficult experiences may be opportunities to align with soul – opportunities to recognize the divine spark in others and ourselves. Saturday, Sept 27th, 10am – 3:15pm. Wood Hall 900 Johnson St.

EARLY BIRD TICKETS $80 (plus service charge) – on sale until May 31st
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Baby With Bathwater by Christopher Durang
Theatre Inconnu       Oct 2 – 18, 2014

BABY WITH BATHWATERBaby with Bathwater defies description. It begins as a comedic roller-coaster ride through a madhouse of parenting nightmares, and just when we have forgotten that there might actually be a little person at the root of Helen and John’s struggles, Durang thrusts us into the wake of their misguided voyage; and we find ourselves watching the world from the identify-challenged perspective of their
reproductive accomplishment: the child whose name never quite sticks. Durang manages to simultaneously enthrall and appall with joyful abandon. Cringes and belly-laughter topple one on top of the other, with the unlikely consequence of revealing a deep sense of reverence for the family ties that bind. This is an irresistible outing with an absurd genius of a writer.

“Christopher Durang is one of the funniest dramatists alive, and one of the most sharply satiric. This time, parenthood is the target.” The New Yorker

Preview  8pm:  Sept 30
8pm:  Oct 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18
2pm:  Oct 4, 11, 18

Regular priced tickets are $14 / $10 Students, Seniors, and the unwaged
Sept 30 – Preview is $7
Wednesday, Oct 8 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission

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Atomic Vaudeville Fall Cabaret
Victoria Event Centre     Oct 24/25/30/31 and Nov 1 at 8pm

vaudeville_logoCabaret Ticket Prices:
Opening night General Admission $15
General Admission All Other Nights $22
VIP Lounge (early access, first drink free, best site lines and other perks) $35

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Alice a musical by Tom Waits
Theatre Inconnu       Dec 4 – 20, 2014

ALICETom Waits is one of the most influential singer/composers of the late 20th century, and continues to inspire and challenge listeners to the present day. Created by Waits in collaboration with Kathleen Brennan, and playwright and renowned translator Paul Schmidt, this musical, inspired by Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, is not often produced, and yet the music and script are both exquisitely crafted. The jumping off point for the story is the relationship between Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) and his supposed muse, Alice Liddell. A number of the more familiar episodes from the Alice stories are reworked and many of Lewis’ more imaginative characters are presented. Theatre Inconnu once more joins forces more with Victoria’s own musical renegades, The Party on High Street; who so dynamically contributed to Love Kills, the Musical (2010).

“Waits, and Schmidt invite us to be Alice: to face the mirror, and to consider what it means (if anything) to be seen and unseen. For the characters in Alice, after all, that is both the question and the answer.” Theatre Journal

Preview  8pm:  Dec 2
8pm:  Dec 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
2pm:  Dec 6, 13, 20

Regular priced tickets are $14 / $10 Students, Seniors, and the unwaged
Dec 2 – Preview is $7
Tuesday, Dec 9 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission

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Atomic Vaudeville Winter Cabaret      Victoria Event Centre       Dec 29-31, 2014

vaudeville_logoCabaret Ticket Prices:
Opening night General Admission $15
General Admission All Other Nights $22
VIP Lounge (early access, first drink free, best site lines and other perks) $35

NYE show $45 general admission and $58 VIP.

Final Night Show always has an after show DJ Dance Party included in your ticket price, so stick around!

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Please note, all online sales cut off 4 hours before showtime. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door of the venue prior to the start time of the performance or event.