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Blind Date

Tess Degenstein in Blind Date. Photo by Little Blue Lemon Photography.

Blind Date

Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre, 13750 88 Avenue

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Zone A $49. Zone B $39. Zone C $29

Presented by:

Surrey Civic Theatres

Experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as Mimi goes on a blind date with a different man every night—plucked right out of the audience! Straight from sold-out runs in New York, London’s West End, and Toronto, this fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants fusion of clown, improv, theatre and social experiment is sure to make you fall in love with Mimi and celebrate her audience-member-turned-Romantic-Hero!

Audience advisory: Mature themes and strong language

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Running time ranges from approximately 1 hour 10 minutes to 1 hour 40 minutes, no intermission

An Arts Club Theatre Company presentation
A Spontaneous Theatre creation by Rebecca Northam

7:30pm start time on weeknights—a great option if you have an early start the next day!

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday: 8pm
Saturday: 4pm and 8pm
Sunday: 4pm

Date Day Value-added Performances
Jan 9 Wed Opening Night
Relax, socialize, and enjoy complimentary appetizers from 6:30pm.
Jan 11 Fri First Friday
Enjoy dessert and coffee after the show, with a chance of actor sightings.
Jan 12 Sat Paint at the Play
We’ll entertain your kids (ages 6 to 11) from 3:30pm to 6:30pm with art activities while you enjoy the 4pm show! It’s free with your ticket—call the box office at 604-501-5566 to register.
Jan 15 Tue Pre-show Chat
Join us at 6:45pm in the lobby for an insider's look into the show.
Jan 17 Thu Talkback Thursday
Stick around after the show for a chat with the actors.
Jan 19 Sat

Do you have vision loss? You can enjoy an enhanced theatre experience with live audio description during the 4pm performance. Use of equipment is free (just mention VocalEye when you phone to book your ticket).

Do you like to find out as much as you can before choosing to see a performance? Then you'll want to read on.

Creator Rebecca Northan says, "Blind Date is not a show about dating. That's just the packaging.” Hear more in this interview. Tess Degenstein, who’ll play the role of Mimi in the Surrey performances, adds, “It's just about, 'How do people connect?' Spontaneous Theatre company has such a big belief—and we've seen it over and over and over— that everyone has a beautiful story to tell, and everyone is lovable." In this interview, Tess describes how she creates a safe space and still leaves room for spontaneity. Have a look at the show’s ongoing dating diary on Facebook. 


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