Massey Theatre

Performing Arts Theater

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    T LC
    Great theatre and productions. Parking can fill up quickly so be early.
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    Manabu Seki
    Old building with old comfy leather chairs. Lots of parking, decent intermission beverages.
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    Ian Mason
    I love this community theater. Very professional productions.
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    Ian Beaulieu
    Such a great looking building. I love how all the equipment inside looks so fragile and so expensive
  • B
    Bill Dixon
    Good be venue. Rough parking lot.

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masseytheatre.com
+1 604-521-5050
735 Eighth Avenue, New Westminster, BC V3M 2R2, Canada
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New Westminster’s Momentum Youth Arts is seeking submissions from young artists (up to age 25) for our upcoming exhibition at the Anvil Centre’s Community Art Space This juried exhibition will be centred on themes of Reconciliation and Cultural Appropriation Submissions are open to all youth artists, though priority may be given to Aboriginal artists Submit […]

Funny Thoughts on a Serious Subject with Janice Bannister Find your funny and help Massey Theatre plan for a more inclusive future through this fun approach to inclusive design and community consultation. Owner of Laughter Zone 101 and stand-up comedy instructor, Janice has an energetic and honest teaching style. Janice believes everyone has some “funny” […]

Anything Goes, with words and music by Cole Porter, is set aboard the ocean liner S. S. American, where nightclub singer/evangelist Reno Sweeney is en route from New York to England. Her pal Billy Crocker has stowed away to be near his love, Hope Harcourt, but the problem is Hope is engaged to the wealthy […]

The Plaskett Gallery has had the privilege to showcase immerging and established Artist. We set out for this year to make the Plaskett Gallery more accessible and create a welcoming and educational environment. On exhibit this year where Enda Bardell: “Out and About”, Sheila Page: “The Beach Beneath or Feet” and Christy Frisken: “There Goes […]

Jin Zhang, was born in Beijing China. He received his initial musical education at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. Thereupon he traveled to Japan and studied at the Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo. He studied conducting with Professor Morihiro Okabe and he also took master classes with maestros Kazuyoshi Akiyama and […]