Bell Performing Arts Centre
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Address 6250 144 St, Surrey, BC V3X 1A2, Canada
Phone number +1 604-507-6355Suggest a Corrigendum
Great venue for watching a play, dance recital, or concert. The theatre has good sightlines and the space between rows is ample enough to prevent cramping for those of us with 34"-plus inseams. Sound system is decent and projects well even at the upper levels. The snack bar is only average and being that the Bell Centre is owned and operated by the Surrey School District, there is no alcohol to be sold on the campus.
A wide & big huge stage. Very impressive, indeed.
Because, when I see this Chinese singers concert.., It holds a 80 people choir. 60-70 person big Chinese instrument orchestra..and still have lots space left.
A newer performing center. With very Comfortable wider bigger chairs...
Tall ceilings..one felt..really being entertained...sitting amongst the audience.
Lots of parking in a quiet area of Surrey.
Was attached to an older building...its a secondary school
Love Village Church home is currently here. Thank you for the use of your beautiful building. Amazing sound system. Comfortable seating. No matter where you sit the view and sound is ++good.
My daughters kindergarten class had a dance performance here. Was the best time any parent could possibly experience. Good sound great seating nice effects. Plenty of seating was a bonus considering how many were there.
I saw Letterkenny Live here. The acoustics were good and it was easy to hear the actors on the stage. Seats were comfortable enough and not too squished together. The only thing stopping from five stars is that there was a heckler in my area who would not shut up. Multiple guests complained to staff about this guy, actors on stage stopped at three separate times to tell him to shut up... It took about 40 minutes before they finally kicked him out.
This place is very big but it's also a high school. You may also have some trouble finding the washrooms
Nice facility however it is difficult to navigate through when you first enter. Also having to share the washrooms with the high-school really is not practical when you are visiting the Performing Arts Center for a event. The washroom facilities should be separate for attendees.