1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

in the park by the beach

1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

Current Season

OUR 2023-2024 SEASON

Gertrude and Alice

January 18, 2024 - February 12, 2024

Gertrude and Alice by Anna Chatterton, Evalyn Parry and Karin Randoja, directed by Lois Anderson

 Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas visit the Jericho Arts Centre to tell of their 40-year relationship, of friend-ships with iconic artists, of Alice’s overwhelming devotion to Gertrude’s genius and how, as two Jewish lesbians, they survived in Paris in WW2. Now they want to find out how their lives are – or are not -remembered. 

Click for Tickets: United Players of Vancouver


March 1, 2024 - March 3, 2024

No Certainty Here by Kenneth Scott


No Reservation required …. Open seating 

Saturday March 2nd  7pm. $10.

Sunday March 3rd   2pm. $20. *   

*reception to follow Catered by Quince

There are many uncertainties in life… Marriage and parenting are certainly two of them.  Eric and Laura, a couple in their late 30’s visit a counsellor to help them.  In counselling they express their uncertain thoughts and feelings about beginning a family life, for which their are no certainties in raising one…but they do

and require help!  

The Trip to Bountiful

March 21, 2024 - April 15, 2024

The Trip to Bountiful by Horton Foote, directed by Ron Reed

 80-year-old Carrie plans to escape her son and his authoritarian wife and return to Bountiful, Texas, her idealized hometown. With a new friend she plans her getaway but alas, home isn’t as she remembers. A master-piece about memory and the universal yearning for home. “I’ve never been more deeply moved by a theat-rical experience of any kind.” Wall Street Journal 


Click for Tickets: United Players of Vancouver


May 3, 2024 - May 19, 2024

The Freedom of the City – Presented by Vital Spark Theatre

By Brian Friel
​Directed by Joan Bryans
When the police disrupt a peaceful civil rights protest, three unarmed strangers, a middle-aged mother and two young men, take refuge from the streets and find themselves in the Lord Mayor’s opulent office.  As the three settle in,  word spreads about its  “occupation”  and the motley trio is transformed into a band of armed and desperate terrorists, news that is taken up by the church, the media, the army, the law, and a creator of folk songs, all of whom use the narrative for their own diverse ends.
While set during the troubles in Derry, Northern Ireland, The Freedom of the City is, as Friel notes, about “The nature of power. The effect of power. The nature of poverty. The effect of poverty”.  And, above all, it is about the nature of truth and where it might be found.
SHOWS RUN Thursday – Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.
Talk back night: Thursday May 9th.
Tickets $15/30/ 35 will be available at eventbrite.ca 
Reservations:  604-224-8007, ext 3 . More info at vitalsparktheatre.com

When We Were Singing

May 31, 2024 - June 24, 2024

When We Were Singing written and composed by Dorothy Dittrich, directed by Roy Surette in association with Touchstone Theatre

A saga of friends and lovers, career crisis and personal angst. It is a story that switches gears in an instant to get at the heart of what makes people tick. When We Were Singing is an investigation of the friendship between four urban-dwelling lost souls. Work, loves, hopes, dreams, fears, failures – the story is pulled from the same source as our own lives. A musical like few others! 


Click for Tickets: United Players of Vancouver

Touchstone Theatre