Two male performers on stage one plays an accordion the other is holding a small boat

A charming seaside story that will have you dreaming of a day at the beach!

A Surrey SPARK Stages performance for kids.

Date & Time

January 27, 202411:00am - 11:45pm Add to calendar
January 27, 20242:00pm - 2:45pm Add to calendar


Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre 13750 88 Avenue, Surrey BC

Tickets & Pricing

Child $16 | Adult $21

Special 4-pack pricing available by calling the Box Office.

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Everybody loves a day at the beach!

Step into the magical story time tent for an enchanting seaside tale in an underwater world of make believe. Warm and soothing like a favorite lullaby, the performance engages young audiences with calm music, light that is gentle like the setting sun, and charming low-tech visuals. A quiet, peaceful, and wonderful treat; what a delightful introduction to live performances for little ones 18 months to four years old.

A Théâtre des confettis Production.

Recommended for ages 18 months to 4 years.

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About Théâtre des confettis

The Théâtre des Confettis, founded in Québec City in 1977, grew out of an artistic partnership cultivated by two actresses, Hélène Blanchard and Judith Savard, and a stage designer, Réal Sasseville. To date, the company has created thirty-one shows and one audio performance (five quadraphonic tales). Over the years, the Théâtre des Confettis has earned an enviable reputation. The company is known for its audacious choices and its significant contribution to the development of the dramatic arts for children and young people. From the time of its founding, the Théâtre des Confettis has always placed children at the centre of its work, valuing their dreamy, poetic, heartfelt and sometimes crazy reactions, their laughter and their tears, and their fresh, curious and wide-awake approach. At each stage in the creative process, childhood, seen in a non-condescending, non-patronizing way, is a constant reference point and focus.

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