Theatre for Everyone
We believe in making theatre affordable for all and have several programs that will let you see Theatre Calgary shows at a reduced cost.
$35 tickets for 35 years and younger
Take advantage of our $35 ticket offer for patrons aged 35 and younger to all Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances during The Louder We Get, running January 28-February 22! This offer is available in person, over the phone or online. For online purchases, use the promo code UNDER35.
Fine Print: Offer Valid for those under the age of 35, customer will pick up tickets at the box office and audience services will ask for ID. A Limit of four (4) tickets per order. Valid on Price level 3 and 4 seats. Promo code must be entered prior to selecting seats and/or performances. For online purchases, discount will be applied after tickets have been added to cart. Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or in combination with other offers or discounts. Final sale. Non-transferrable. Subject to availability.
We offer a limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets for each production’s first Saturday matinee (2:00 p.m.)
Starting one (1) hour before the performance begins (1:00 p.m.), a limited number of seats will be available at the Max Bell Theatre Box Office. These cash-only tickets are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability. These tickets tend to sell out quickly, and seating is typically located on the Second Balcony level.
Available for certain performances, these discounted tickets let you see the show and save. Check our Last Minute Deals page for current last-minute deals.
Sun Life Financial Arts & Culture Passes
The Sun Life Financial Arts + Culture Pass is open to individuals and families who have a City of Calgary Recreation Fee Assistance card. Visit the Calgary Public Library for more information on discounts for Theatre Calgary.
Special Promotions and offers
Check out our Backstage Stories blog for special promotions and offers for each of our shows.
The cast of The Light in The Piazza. Photo by Trudie Lee