Patron Experience

Suspension of In-Person Performances

In-person performances are currently suspended due to the Provincial Heath Officer’s COVID-19 restrictions. Livestream performances are still available through the box office.

COVID-19 Patron Policies

  • Please stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19 (cough, headache, body aches, etc.), and enjoy one of our livestreamed performances.
  • Contact tracing – We will be collecting the names, phone numbers, and emails of every patron and guest that enters our building.
  • Capacity – Our seating has been reduced to allow proper spacing of 2m+ between parties. As a courtesy we will be relaying audience numbers to patrons attending in advance.
  • All tickets are booked in advance – we will not be able to do door sales.
  • Arrive 20 minutes before showtime and form a distanced line up along the red maple leaves!
  • After check-in the Front Of House Manager will escort you to your seat.
  • Inside the building you will be required to wear a mask until you are seated.
  • No concession being offered at this time. Please bring your own water!
  • Seats and bathrooms are completely disinfected before and after performances.
  • Sanitation stations are located throughout the college for easy access and frequent use.

Your Visit


We will not be offering a concession at this time due to an abundance of caution.


Free residential street parking is available after 6:00pm Monday through Friday, and all day on weekends. Limited spaces are available in the St. Mary’s Church parking lot adjacent to the College.

Public Transportation

Bus numbers 2, 3, 7, and 8 travel near the College. More information on transit options, schedules, and routes can be found at Please note that BC Transit requires a face covering while onboard their vehicles.

View Photo Credits

Middletown, 2018 | director Stuart Aikins | photo credit Peter Pokorny
Unity (1918), 2019 | director Glynis Leyshon | photo credit Peter Pokorny