Theatre Burlington 2024-25 Season

Theatre Burlington is pleased to announce its playbill for the 2024-25 season, featuring a lineup of all Canadian plays,

We kick off the season with “The Invention of Romance” by Conni Massing.

Love can be tough at any age, 30-something Kate searches for the meaning of romance through a series of disastrous dates.  Meanwhile, her long-widowed mother rekindles a relationship with a man she knew 60 years ago.  This delightful rom-com challenges the notions of love and romance.

September 13,14,20,21,27,28 (September 21 includes a matinée)

The annual holiday show for children is “Santa the Panto” by Diana Kimpton (adapted by Julie Donoahue and Kathy Hyde-Nagel).

Beatrix the Bad hates Christmas and will stop at nothing to prevent it from happening, including kidnapping Santa.  It’s up to Mrs. Claus, Barbie, Ken and the “Elf on a Shelf” to rescue Santa and save Christmas. The perfect show to introduce children to the magic of live theatre.

November 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 30 (November 22 is an evening show)

Our winter show is “Timepiece”, by Kico Gonzalez-Risso.

As the clock ticks down in the kitchen, the kids want to plan for the future.  Mom wants a smooth transition into the golden years, while Dad doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about.  This dark comedy explores the parent-child relationship amid a changing family dynamic.

February 7,8,9,14,15,16,21,22 (February 9 and 16 include a matinée)

We close out the season with “Bluebirds” by Vern Thiessen.

At the height of the Great War three nurses cross the ocean to care for wounded Canadian soldiers. Despite their trying circumstances, the trio manages to stay hopeful while finding friendship and independence.  This award-winning drama examines the role of women in a world where men are, once again, trying to destroy it.

April 11,12,18,19,25,26 (April 19 includes a matinée)

Why not become a season ticket holder? For just $75 you get all three main stage shows, and as an added bonus, you can reserve the same seat for all three.  Seasons tickets are available now at or by calling the box office at 905-639-7700.

Individual tickets for these shows will go on sale August 1st, 2024. All main stage shows are $30 ($27 for seniors). Kid show tickets are $15.

Theatre Burlington is located on Teen Tour Way, behind the Central Park band shell and beside Central Library.