Love's Labour's Lost


2021-22 Ticket Information

Timms Centre for the Arts
112 Street & 87 Avenue


Single ticket evening : Adult $25.00, Senior $22.00, & Student $12.00
Single ticket matinee : Adult $20.00, Senior $18.00 & Student $12.00
FLEX passes: Adult/Senior $60.00 & Student $30.00

Discounted ticket prices:
Preview: All $5.00
Half price Mondays: Adult $12.50, and Senior $11.00 & Student $6.00

There will be no refunds. Please contact the box office via phone (780-492-2495) or email ( with any questions or concerns.

Love's Labour's Lost

by William Shakespeare
Translated and adapted by Edmund Stapleton
October 8-16, 2021
Preview October 7, 2021
Matinee October 14, 2021
(No performance October 10)

Evening performances start at 7:30pm, Matinee performance starts at 12:30pm.

Shakespeare’s romantic comedy follows a young king and his two friends who vow to devote themselves to intellectual pursuits, while forbidding women to enter the kingdom. But can they keep their lofty oaths when a beautiful princess and her lovely entourage visit the palace? This classic adventure is reimagined with a contemporary translation, and comes to life with rollicking misadventures, mistaken identities, and live music.

Visit the Dig Deeper website to learn more!

Cast photos, bios, and other behind the scenes details about the show can be found at the Dig Deeper website. Learn more about this production and our previous shows there!

Box Office Information

This season the Timms Centre daytime box office hours will vary. On performance days, the box office will open 1 hour prior to curtain. At this time, in person box office sales will be cash only. 

PLEASE NOTE: Our mandate is to keep everyone safe while in the Timms Centre for the Arts. We are following all current COVID-19 protocols as dictated by AHS and the University of Alberta. Please visit our Information for Visitors page for all up to date protocols.



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