October shows are now closed. We will be back in December with new shows! Email info@skam.ca for inquiries.

This year, SKAM is bringing our theatre to you with Pop-Up Theatre Home Delivery! Our Pop-Up theatre is transformed into an open-air stage on a flatbed truck, bringing shows all around the Greater Victoria Area.

Our October Pop-Up shows are 15 minutes and feature artistic shadow puppetry and evening storytelling suitable for all ages. You can book a show for your household, birthday or block party, community event, youth centre or family night – we do it all! 

Pop-Up Theatre Home Delivery has been featured in CHEK News, CTV, CBC, Times Colonist and more.

“Our group LOVED the show! The women are very talented. Theatre SKAM is a gem!”
– Daphne

“Thanks again for coming to our street! It was great to see all the neighbours out, and we had some good chuckles.”
-Paula

“A great experience. Treat your neighbours, your family, your street. Very entertaining.”
– Sue

Show Descriptions

The Quest for the MoonThe Quest for the Moon is about a solitary young fox who is best friends with the Moon. When the moon disappears one night, the fox embarks on a journey to find his friend. Original Story and Shadow Puppetry by Olivia Wheeler.

Silly & Scary StoriesSilly & Scary Stories brings to life classic (and spooky!) folktales through the use of shadow play. Suitable for brave 7 year-olds and up.

Cost

Pop-Up Shows are by donation! If you want to see a show for free, that’s okay. A donation of $60 is what we think one show is worth, $100 covers the true production cost, and >$100 pays it forward so someone else can see it for free. You can donate here or we can provide you with a link upon booking. 

Location & Space Requirements

We currently serve Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Saanich and View Royal – the five municipalities that contribute full shares to the CRD Arts Development Fund. If you live outside that boundary, make us an offer.

The Pop-Up Truck needs a relatively flat space of 30 feet/two car lengths to park and with six metres between the audience and performers.