Make Merry with Robin Hood, Little John, et al ...


  Please join Pacific Showtime Men's Chorus for this year’s musical theatrics filled with wit and song set deep in the heart of Sherwood Forest as "Robin Hood and His Merry Olde Men" compete with the royal antics of Prince John and his henchman the Sheriff of Nottingham, all enacted in four part harmony, with melodies from The Beach Boys, Paul Simon and John Denver.

Where and when? Right here in South Surrey on Saturday, June 8th with a matinee at 2:00 PM and an evening show at 7:30 PM at the Royal Canadian Legion, Crescent Branch 240 - 2643 128th St., South Surrey.

Will this year's shows be sell-outs like the past five years? Only you and time will tell but if the fun we are having with the preparations is any indication audiences are in for a time of real pleasure, laughter and great singing.

See our show poster.                       Order tickets.


Jonathan Wiltse, our chorus and show director, is making every effort to ensure we perform to make these shows as successful as the attendees have told us that the last five annual shows have been.

Be sure to come and join us for an evening of good songs and laughter.

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Pacific Showtime Men's Chorus based in the South Surrey - White Rock area, is a purposely small, quality singing group offering an eclectic repertoire of popular music in four-part harmony for audiences throughout the Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley. Selections range from 30’s and 40’s pop classics, through barbershop, gospel, doo-wop and folk music of the 60’s and 70’s.

Intended specifically as an audience-pleasing performance group, Pacific Showtime Chorus, since its inception in 2004, has performed on many occasions at community events, concerts, show productions and private functions.   During that time, we have produced several of our own very successful sold-out shows. We have participated in several of the Rotary Choral Festivals and were honoured to win first place in the First Adult Choral Competition held by the Rotary Club of Langley Central in 2007.

Under the direction of the accomplished musician, Jonathan Wiltse, the chorus offers a variety of talented soloists—both as vocalists and as instrumental accompanists—and a very solid foundation of experienced choral singers.

Men who enjoy singing are invited to attend our rehearsals to “check us out”, as we always welcome new members.

As we love to entertain and share our music with others, we are available for hire at very reasonable performance fees with special rates for community organizations and functions. Interested parties may contact us by telephone or email through this website.

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