As a valued Centaur Subscriber, you pay less to see all of our shows with free ticket exchanges up to 2 hours before the show and discounts to other Montreal events and restaurants with our popular Subscriber Perks Card.
Subscriber tickets are the same price as last year, and while our single tickets have increased, there is no better time to subscribe and save!
Buying a subscription for 3, 4, or all 5 plays in Centaur’s 51st season will save you (up to 10 dollars per ticket/up to 30% off per ticket), compared to purchasing each ticket individually.
BONUS: Subscribe before January 10 and Win a Trip to James Bay!
- Buying a subscription allows you the flexibility of choosing when to see a performance as well as savings over buying single tickets.
- Get discounts on other shows at Centaur, such as the Wildside Festival
You’ll get a 10% discount on additional tickets when you buy any subscription – and a free Bring-a-Friend Pass when you buy a 5-play subscription!
Have you already bought tickets for one of our shows this season? Why not put the price of your ticket towards a subscription?
Our Box Office staff is waiting to take your call 514-288-3161 or pick your subscription series dates here.
This holiday season, come gather round and enjoy Ronnie Burkett’s saucy take of a Christmas Carol – as told by favourite puppet, Schnitzel, in Little Dickens. In the New Year, Centaur brings the Stratford hit by local playwright Erin Shields to Montreal audiences. Paradise Lost will star Lucy Peacock as Satan alongside an ensemble of original Stratford and local actors. Enter into the garden and ponder the good, evil and everything in between. In March, a fresh translation of the French hit La Meute, invites viewers into a thrilling world on avatars and screen names that we hide behind in MOB. And we reunite our favourite on-stage couple, Quincy Armorer and Lucinda Davis in August Wilson’s Fences.
You are essential in maintaining Centaur as Montreal’s vital English-language theatre. We hope you will consider subscribing and supporting Centaur Theatre by finding yourself at the theatre this year.
Eda Holmes, Artistic and Executive Director, Centaur Theatre Company